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us tonight. >> we appreciate your time. stay tuned for jimmy kimmel next. >> dicky: from hollywood -- it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, gal gadot. eric andre. and music from kaleo. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, there. hi. thank you, i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching at home. thank you for your mandatory applause. [ cheers and applause ] give me a minute to soak it in. oh, thank you. boy, i have to admit, i'm tired. at 3:30 this morning, our son billy, who turned 4 yesterday, scampered into our room. he scampers. [ laughter ] he wakes us up. and says to my wife, "mom? can you ask siri if tarantulas bite?" [ laughter ] this was three hours before the sun comes up, he wants to know
if tarantulas bite. so we put him back in bed and then i start wondering, "do tarantulas bite? or do they sting?" do you know, guillermo? >> guillermo: i think they might. >> jimmy: my only reference was this spider-man comic i remember from when i was a kid. one of the villains he used to fight was the tarantula. he was from south america. he had spikes on his feet. so i thought, well, maybe he stings. so then i had to get my phone and look it up. tarantulas do bite. they do not sting. [ laughter ] anyway, point is -- we need to start locking the bedroom door. [ laughter ] today, by the way, was "take your daughters and sons to work day." also known as "give your kids a juicebox and an ipad so i can finish my damn zoom meeting" day. [ laughter ] this day usually is a great opportunity for children to learn why mommy and daddy are so sad all the time. [ laughter ] because of the pandemic, a lot of parents aren't going into work. they're working remotely, and to honor their struggle, tonight, we put together a little montage of moms and dads trying to work from home. >> david cameron was talking
about -- oh, i'm really sorry, that's my son arriving, sorry. really bad, sorry. hold on one second. sorry. >> we're waiting for that storm to arrive here in southern california -- >> the supreme court as they've indicated, clearly that's filed. they've refused to intervene. and ultimately now those ballots are going to be counted. >> starting quickly by breathing in. and breathe out. >> doctors are weighing into the conversation with advice they think is important. >> both hands up this time, plug them up and in. >> yay! >> yay, we've got fruit snacks. >> negated the five other counties -- leo -- >> a commercial! >> hi, leo. that's your son leo? >> okay, girls, how about you go right over there and let's watch daddy do his stuff, okay? >> aw! >> love you!
>> please, no crying, no crying. >> you say it's going to be sunny today? no? it's going to be hot? good work. >> all of them are things that we know could happen because they have happened before. we have seen electors -- >> all right, come over this way, sweetheart. 66 was our high temperature. >> hi! >> no, no, you've got to be quiet when daddy's talking. >> okay. >> okay. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, in other words, get your shots and your vasectomy. speaking of little surprises on zoom, this is video of some kind of a government official in azerbaijan who was on a group video call and didn't know it. [ speaking foreign language ] [ speaking foreign language ] >> jimmy: well. i think we just found the next
governor of new york. [ laughter and applause ] oops! today, as you may know, is also earth day. earth day started back in the '70s with very lofty goals and has kind of turned into, "guys, please, just for one day try not to light garbage on or near a panda bear, okay?" humans celebrating earth day is like fleas celebrating dog day. there's actually something to celebrate today, though. president biden, and i'm still not tired of saying that, announced that the united states will cut our carbon emissions in half by the year 2030. which is huge, because the science is absolutely clear that it's necessary to avoid a worldwide catastrophe. no one should be against this. so naturally, almost every republican is against this. [ laughter ] other countries are cautiously optimistic. they're like, "okay, but last year, weren't you the guys saying climate change isn't real? which america are we talking to?" we're like dr. jekyll and mr. hyde your head in the sand. [ laughter ] but earth really is an incredible place. there are so many amazing things from earth.
i mean, we have oceans and mountains, and shaving cream, and pine cones. [ laughter ] the iphone. we've got monkeys. we've got chocolate-covered raisins. ryan gosling, ryan reynolds. the aurora borealis. pens are good. the property brothers. magic johnson, tennis rackets, yoga pants, poodles, tacos, yarn, marshmallows, and mr. t. [ cheers and applause ] i mean, that is a diverse portfolio of things we should be grateful for. the earth is also home to the burning man festival. you know that one where the people go do weird stuff in the desert? it was canceled last year due to covid, but they're hoping to bring it back in august with one potential caveat. you may have to show proof you got the vaccine. to enter. and of course that has resulted in backlash from prospective attendees, some of them are angry, they're complaining. so the ceo of burning man issued a statement saying, "there are
plenty of people that are challenging whether it is necessary, we hear you, we hear you." but what we're hearing is dumb. [ laughter ] why is anyone treating this like it's a valid position to take? it might as well be, "i know there are those of you who don't believe in cooking, so we will be offering raw chicken to some of the attendees." [ laughter ] they don't want to be forced to put drugs in their bodies. they want to just show up and put drugs in their bodies. [ laughter ] [ applause ] thank you, everybody, i appreciate it. sunday, in case you didn't know, is oscar night. here on abc. a lot of people don't know. but now you do. the oscars is the night on which the film industry honors all the great movies everyone watched on tv this year. [ laughter ] the ceremony will be held at union station, which is our train station downtown. and the governor's ball will be held in a shipping container in recede de. [ laughter ] guillermo. you will be on the rampt? >> guillermo: that's right. >> jimmy: you got tested for covid? >> guillermo: yes. >> jimmy: you do not have it?
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most? >> yeah. >> how did you do with yours? >> you know -- um -- you win some, you lose some. so -- yeah. but it was pretty good. >> there were a lot of big upsets last night. >> yeah. there were. there were. which is, i mean -- some are a surprise, sometimes, you know, you might see it coming. that might be the dark horse of the night. >> nobody thought "the salad sisters" was going to win. >> i mean, it happens, you know? >> were you surprised that maury povich won for his role telling anthony hopkins that he was the father in "the father"? >> yes, i grew up watching maury povich, so i thought it was kind of a little silly. >> were you rooting for him? >> i was hoping that anthony hopkins would win, but it did surprise me that maury povich won. >> the big moment, sonic the hedgehog getting up to accept his best picture award, calling for a moment of silence for all the lives lost to covid. did that moment to you have the emotional impact that sonic was
going for? >> not really, because i think it's a bit hard to get that same effect with a cartoon than an animated picture. i think the idea was there, but i think it was difficult to come across. >> cynthia, we're talking about the oscars. you were watching last night? >> yes. >> glenn close got up during her acceptance speech and thanked satan. what was your reaction when she did that? >> it's not a time -- there wasn't a place for it. people have their own beliefs. and, you know, it's what they feel. but this venue wasn't the place for that. >> not the place for satan? >> not the place to be speaking or thanking satan, you know. i'm not going to -- i'm totally against satan, i'm totally against everything that he stands for. >> oh. >> but people have their own beliefs on whatever it may be. there's a time and a place for that in their own personal areas. >> did you get emotional when sas sacha baron cohen brought rudy giuliani out and hugged him on stage? >> i think sasha bcha baron coh all over the place sometimes. to do that, it did pull at the
heartstrings a little bit. >> which movie won best picture last night? >> heh. i think i logged off before, like, i finished because i was so extremely exhausted. >> all your friends stopped watching then too? >> i think so, we logged off at the same time. >> makes sense. >> yeah. >> what do you think jeffrey epstein did, how did he do as host? >> did pretty good with that. i think he tried to bring everyone together. he tried to the forget and act like we're not wearing face masks, he did a good job. >> what did you think of his singing? >> not a big fan of his signing. i'm more of a michael jackson person, stuff like that. >> sure. you like michael jackson more than jeffrey epstein? >> he's the king of pop, yes. i like the way he sings. >> was it nice just to get a sense of normalcy back? >> absolutely. even though it was a bit off and a few things happened, i think
it was great to have the community still come together and be excited about sharing something. >> and it's great just to get people back on the boulevard and lying about seeing the oscars again, isn't it? >> absolutely. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, all. i appreciate your candor. we've got an all-star show for you tonight. eric andre is here. we have music from kaleo. and we'll be back with gal gadot! you don't become a runner, who breaks eight world records... after age 65, without a serious support system. kathy martin has one in medicare from blue cross blue shield. she won't go a day without the right card. because she can't go a day without running. the medicare coverage trusted by more doctors. this is the benefit of blue.
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we have a nice lineup next week. we've got new shows with arnold schwarzenegger, dave grohl, maya rudolph, justin theroux, malcolm gladwell, billy porter, and mr. mypillow, mike lindell, will be here on wednesday. [ cheers and applause ] with music from the flaming lips, tom jones, and kings of leon. so please join us for that. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest tonight is wonder woman, which is really the only credit you need. she also has a new documentary series about real-life women of wonder. "impact with gal gadot" premieres monday on national geographic's youtube channel. please welcome gal gadot. [ cheers and applause ] hi, gal, how are you? >> hey, jimmy, i'm good, how are you? >> jimmy: good to see you. >> good to see you, i'm sending you a big hug from here. >> jimmy: i've been practicing saying your name, did i do it well? >> i didn't notice, i'm so sorry. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, then just go with yes. >> i'm slow. it's the pregnancy. i'm all slow.
>> jimmy: you're pregnant, congratulations. this is really -- [ cheers and applause ] you're practicing to take your kid to workday the old-fashioned way, aren't you? >> big-time. >> jimmy: congratulations. you're having another girl, right? you have two girls, now another girl? >> yeah. another one. that's how we roll. >> jimmy: how old are your daughters, the ones that are out now? >> ella is 9, high yas 4. >> jimmy: okay. so, you know, i was 9 years old when my little brother was born. it's almost like having a combination of fellow parent/sibling. but do they want to know how the baby got in there? >> are you kidding me? of course. i'm out of my head the whole session when i was pregnant with maya. maya is now super curious about, how did the baby get in there? how is she going to come out? all of that. so we explained the pg way. >> jimmy: okay. >> you know. mommy and daddy had a big hug.
[ laughter ] daddy planted a seed in mommy's tummy. et cetera, et cetera. so we're doing, you know, the birds and bees how we know it. >> jimmy: i see. the hug. the hug is an interesting way. >> the hug. really big hug. >> jimmy: i know. now the girls are worried about hugging daddy? [ laughter ] >> no, but now i thought about it, that if they're going to watch this interview and i just said, i'm sending you a big hug from here. [ laughter ] if they're going to be worried about that. >> jimmy: well, yeah, okay. they'll be worried, i'll be thinking of it for the rest of the week. [ laughter ] >> no, no, no, no. we're friends. >> jimmy: so are they excited overall? i imagine they're excited for a little kid, right? >> they're excited. at the beginning, i did not expect -- we did a whole thing. we got them cupcakes and we got a cupcake for each member of the family, including the dog. and then there was one cupcake left.
and i told them, do you know who this cupcake belongs to? then they were like, whom? they started to name other family members. then i said -- i did this. and she went, no! >> jimmy: oh, really? >> i was like, what? but then she got used to the idea. now she's super, super excited. >> who ate the cupcake, when all was said and done? [ laughter ] >> the girls. they shared it. >> jimmy: all right, all right, then i told maya, maya, do you know what mom mijas in her stomach? maya said yes, a cupcake. a baby. >> jimmy: that is a way to get the cupcake to the baby, to sure. what have you been doing? besides hugging. [ laughter ] what have you been up to in quarantine, in lockdown, whatever you want to call it? >> oh, man. you know. the usual stuff.
we cooked a lot. >> jimmy: i see. >> too much. >> jimmy: why do you say too much? >> probably too much -- why do i say too much? i actually -- so i, you know -- the early days of pandemic when you start drinking mimosa or sangria or whatever at 11:00 a.m.? >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> so i did that. then i decided i'm going to make a cabot salad. because that's what one wants to do. >> jimmy: okay. >> i start to chop the thing, i chopped the top of my finger. >> jimmy: i did that too, chopped the top of my finger cutting parmesan cheese. >> do you have any feeling -- >> jimmy: no, i have no feeling, none at all. >> me too. me too. >> jimmy: i touch it all the time, i'm obsessed with it now. >> me too, i'm waiting for it to come back. it's never there, yeah. anyway, he went to the chopping board and he held the finger. >> jimmy: he did?
>> then he gets so disgusted he threw it into the garbage. >> jimmy: no, he did not! what? you can't have any more kids with him. [ laughter ] >> i know. it was too late, we already had. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. he threw your finger down the garbage disposal? did he turn the switch on to make sure? >> then we were both like, what are we doing? yeah, it was a mess, we were a mess. i stopped cooking and stopped drinking. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you go to the hospital for the finger? >> no. because it was in the garbage disposal. there's nothing to sew. never mind. it's too much information. i apologize. >> jimmy: no, not at all, not at all. >> i feel too comfortable with you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i know back home in israel, they've done a great job with covid, right? >> they have. >> jimmy: they really figured it out almost immediately. why do you think they figured it out and it took us so long to figure it out? >> um, um -- well -- i think it
was much more manageable. in israel there's 9 million people, here there's 350 million. >> jimmy: right, right, sure, yeah. >> a bit of a change. but also, you know -- i think they've done a really good job as far as explaining, you know, how good the vaccination is. so people literally went and they felt like they were getting holy water injected into their arm. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> which is partially true. now they're having the time of their life, and i'm super proud of them, i'm jealous. >> jimmy: are you? so they are rubbing it in, sending you pictures of what a good time they're all having over there? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> whatsapp groups, yeah. independence day last week. they were all partying and sending us video. it's like 2019 again. like covid never happened. >> jimmy: oh, really? wow. >> but it's amazing. it's amazing -- i'm happy for them and it's great. >> jimmy: yes. yes, i think you sound convincing, but not really,
right? [ laughter ] >> just a bit -- i just want to be with them. to have fun with them as well. it will happen. >> jimmy: you'll get there, don't worry, eventually. we're going to take a break. when we come back, we're going to see a moment from your new show "impact with gal gadot." we'll be right back. >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by dr pepper zero sugar. the zero you deserve is finally here. heard me taking the car. before, i didn't have an app that showed me when she was taking the car. before, the chance of an suv handling more like a hot hatch? uh, none. he won't know a world before electric. before it can change the world, it has to change yours. the all-new, all electric volkswagen id.4.
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>> jimmy: that is from gal gadot's new documentary series "impact" which is on the national geographic youtube channel. that was from brazil, that scene we just saw? >> yes. >> jimmy: and what a beautiful -- really, first of all, the show is absolutely beautiful, both visually and the stories. how do you find these stories? tell us a little about that story that we just saw. stories? how do you find the - you just need to throw a stone and it's literally wherever you
throw it, you'll always find an amazing, inspiring story like that. but we took, you know -- we took the best of the best of them. and this one is following tweny, a baller reno from one of the most dangerous places in rio. and she basically established a dancing studio, a dancing school, for girls in the favellas that doesn't have access to go to schools or anything like that, and they're caught in this vicious circle of getting pregnant at a really early age, having a boy who goes and deals with drugs and criticism and stuff like that, or having a girl that will get pregnant again, et cetera, et cetera. she gives them an outlet to focus on, where they can be empowered, where they can, you
know, establish themselves as a dancer, et cetera, et cetera. and it's amazing. >> jimmy: you say these are not difficult to find, these stories? >> we were super surprised. i thought at the beginning we had a global show, one story was in the middle east, one was in asia, one was in every different continent because i wanted to show the connectivity of humankind. but then covid started. so we decided we're going to do a domestic show for the first season. and i was worried we're not going to find enough stories. and i was amazed by the amount of stories that we found. >> jimmy: it really is a lovely thing to do. i know that you -- there's going to be a third "wonder woman" movie as well? "wonder woman versus godzilla," i believe. that is the working title? [ applause ] >> really? who told you that? >> jimmy: i have sources at warner brothers. yeah. >> i'm not in this whatsapp group, you know better than i do. >> jimmy: who would win in that fight, wonder woman versus
godzilla? i have to believe wonder woman, yes? >> you said that i would say the same thing, yeah. >> jimmy: all right. that role obviously changed your-. made you a huge international star. did you keep anything? do you have any of the wonder woman stuff? because chris hemsworth has stolen hammers from the set of "thor." >> i do. i do actually have -- i don't have chris' ax, but i have the -- this one. >> jimmy: oh, you have that. >> i have the helmet. >> jimmy: that is nice. is that made of real metal? or is it plastic painted to look like metal? >> what do you think? >> jimmy: i think mass tick. yeah? >> you're right. >> jimmy: oh. [ laughter ] it's like every car now, really. >> though it looks expensive. >> jimmy: and so you get to keep that forever, yes? do you ever put it on just to delight the kids? what i'm really getting at is,
would you put on it to delight these kids here? [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, now? sure. but it's two pieces of a thing. >> jimmy: oh, you an need to put one on. wow, look at that, yeah, that's right. that's wonder woman. [ cheers and applause ] that's wonder woman. she's pregnant and she's missing the tip of her finger, but otherwise that's her, all right. >> she's okay, she's through it. >> jimmy: she's doing all right. "impact with gal gadot" premieres monday on national geographic's youtube channel. congratulations, we wish you the best of elth and everything. be right back with eric andre, so stick around!
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mitchells vs. the machines." it premieres a week from tomorrow on netflix. please welcome eric andre. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> yeah! i'm here, y'all! come on! >> jimmy: they've had enough of him. they've had enough of both of us. >> he's working his tits off for us. what can we do now in corona? when do handshakes come back? >> jimmy: here's the thing. we have to pretend we're not shaking hands so everybody doesn't go crazy. but we can shake hands. i got the vaccine. >> i don't want to shake your hand. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, all right. >> i'm going to be honest with you. i'm terrified. not of corona, of whatever other diseases -- >> jimmy: the regular things, okay, that's reasonable. >> consumption, bubonic plague? people still get consumption?
>> yeah, i don't know. went to public school, i don't know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: by the way, i'm glad you're in a good mood. you had a really bad -- literally a bad trip, didn't you? >> don't get me started, don't get me started. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i was following you on -- i follow you on twitter, but i was looking at your tweets last night. something seems to be happening. >> yes. so i was filming in charleston, south carolina. no direct flights. i had to connect in atlanta. i'm in the atlanta airport. delta lounge. drinking drinking a pina colada, enjoying myself. at the gate they swipe my ticket, welcome aboard. two cops appear. two white cops on that little narrow jetbridge. they whip out their badge like "hawaii 5-0" style. "come with me!" business class, the only brown
person there, they're singling me out. she whips out her badge. like the rookie, the younger of the two cops. she starts interrogating me, what drugs do you have on you? are you transporting crystal meth to los angeles? like i'm walter white from "breaking bad." [ laughter ] crazy interrogation. i'm thinking tsa at first, like wait, what? i started getting nervous. they undo my pina colada. [ laughter ] any buzz vanished. i start panicking. did i have a joint from two coachellas ago at the bottom of my bag? she's interrogating me, what drugs do you have? what's going on here? racial profiling, stop and trrific? it was the clayton point p.d. >> jimmy: i've never heard of being stopped once you were -- >> awkward jetbridge where there's no -- people are awkwardly shaking around me. i'm sweating. >> jimmy: you'd gone through security? >> i'd gone through tsa, went through tsa. >> jimmy: right. >> she's interrogating me. she goes, can i search your
luggage? and i looked up at the older cop and i was like, can i say no? and he's like, yeah, you can say no. and i was like, well, then, no! [ laughter ] no, like get me out of here! clearly. so i get on the plane. i get really woke on the plane. i'm on the plane wi-fi, the plane takes off, i'm tweeting at the mayor of atlanta, tweeting at the plan that p.d., tweeting at joe biden, like you need to tell the dchl ea to get off my back! i don't know, clayton county police. tweeting at everybody the whole flight, drinking vodka tonics, getting more drunk and angry. [ laughter ] and then the mayor starts -- the mayor of atlanta starts tweeting back at me. >> jimmy: i saw that. >> i'm like, oh, i didn't know what was going to work. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: mayor keisha lance bottoms. that's when you know "bad trip" did really well. she wrote, sorry to hear about your experience, my understanding is it's not atlanta p.d. but one of the other agencies working in the airport, we are working to confirm. >> yes. it wasn't atlanta p.d. it's like the neighboring -- the
more boring county next door, clayton county. it's their police department. they're doing like old-school giuliani stop and frisk racial profiling. it happened to my other buddy, a black comedian, too. he was like, i was the only black person on the jetbridge and they stopped me, and they undid my whole backpack, they're doing like '90s era manhattan brown person. of any black or - >> jimmy: they didn't know who you were? no, i was masked up. >> jimmy: i could see if they knew who you were, stopping to check if you had drugs, yes. [ laughter and applause ] so they released you, the clayton county police released an interesting response. >> yes, do you have that? >> jimmy: i have it. >> i have it in my pocket. >> jimmy: i'll read it if you like. >> i printed it out, i'm prepared. i want you to read it but i want to show the amount of preparation, i printed it out myself. [ cheers and applause ] this guy has a props department. i mean, this is abc, you guys
have money. my [ bleep ] printer at home. [ laughter ] i was like, i'm helping jimmy out! >> jimmy: look at good i have it, yeah. >> it's like a menu at a wolfgang puck restaurant, it's beautiful. >> jimmy: my name on the back, yeah. [ applause ] >> do you want my [ bleep ] prop? >> jimmy: yeah, i like yours better. [ laughter ] >> my printer's running out of ink, too, so every other line is missing. >> jimmy: the truth is yours is easier to read. >> all right. >> jimmy: the clayton county police department's response to actor eric andre's claims of racial profiling. on april 21st the clayton county police department made a consensual encounter with a male traveler. >> first of all, it sounds like we're about to have sex. [ laughter ] like they met me in a bathroom at a gas station. we made love. while george michael played in the background. but no, it wasn't consensual, they whipped out a badge, come with me! i'm like, i'm not going to go, no! and run onto the plane, swan dive. >> jimmy: consensual in the
broadest definition of the word? >> broadest definition. >> jimmy: identified as eric andre as he was prepared to fly from the atlanta airport. mr. andre chose to speak with investigators. >> yeah. >> jimmy: during the initial encounter. >> i didn't have a choice, but sure. >> jimmy: during the encounter, mr. andre voluntarily provided the investigators information as to his travel plans. >> i'll give them that, yeah. i told them i was filming something. >> jimmy: mr. andre voluntarily consented to a search of his luggage but the investigators chose not to do so. >> no. that's a lie. that's a bold-faced lie. all they had to do was go, hey, man, we're sorry, we messed up, we're doing some racist searches and frisk [ bleep ] at the airport. and then own and it stop doing it. why would delta, which has their hub in atlanta, why would they want this negative pr? why would the atlanta airport want this negative pr? [ applause ] why would the clay don't county taxpayers want their cops to do this? >> jimmy: i don't know that we can hold delta responsible for
this, because obviously they don't control the police. >> but i do want some frequent flier miles. [ laughter ] i'm trying to angle. angle this into something. >> jimmy: i didn't mean to get you off your angle, all right. >> yes, no, i'm trying to get a couple free flights to phoenix. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: investigators identified there was no reason to continue our conversation, and therefore, terminated the encounter. mr. andre boarded the plane without being detained and continued on his travels. the dea and the atlanta police department did not assist in this consensual encounter. consensual. weird terminology. >> i know, like they were trying to deep trench kiss me or something. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that sucks. >> it totally sucks. so i'm like, you know -- it's funny. i'm angrily tweeting the whole flight. when i land, i get to l.a.x., i go to baggage claim, and tmz is there ready with their camera. that's fine. i tell them the whole thing no problem. as i'm getting to my car, i'm so
wound up and angry. i turn to the tmz guy's camera and i go, the only drug i had in my backpack was propecia! [ laughter ] i swear to god he goes, "your hair looks great." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: working, definitely working. hopefully they will think twice about that, the next time that happens. >> why are they racially profiling? people in that awkward-ass jetbridge, why are they doing stop and frisk -- >> jimmy: anywhere, yeah. >> yeah, like leave me alone, you're not making my life safer, i don't know whose life you're making safer. stop the murderers and burglars, man. [ applause ] i didn't have a doobie on me. >> jimmy: i'll get you one. it seems like you could use one, yeah. [ laughter ] let's talk about this movie. by the way, i want you to know that i talk to a lot of people, and a lot of people love "bad
trip." [ cheers and applause ] really talk about it a lot, myself included. >> thank you. >> jimmy: so this one, you're with netflix again, "the mitchells versus the machines," about robots taking over the world. not a terrible idea, sounds like. i think we'd be in better hands with the robots. >> your set so is fancy, i literally had a moment where i kicked this coffee table and i was like, i should venmo them back for the damage. >> jimmy: everything's fake, nothing is real. >> can i have another chocolate? yes are the robots. >> jimmy: the robots are taking over the world. >> that's the thing. i was having the best -- doing very well, having the best week ever. got nominated for an mtv movie award for "bad trip." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: congratulations. >> then the fuzz, man. the fuzz killed my buzz, dude. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> decriminalize all drugs. at least decriminalize mushrooms. come on. [ cheers and applause ] nobody -- has anyone ever heard, hey, man, you know about fred? got a really bad mushroom problem. [ laughter ] no one has a problem with
mushrooms. there's no mushroom addiction. >> jimmy: are you talking about fred armisen? >> i'm talking about fred armisen, he's here, he's on mushrooms. >> jimmy: danny mcbride, maya rudolph, abbi jacobson, olivia colman, chrissy teigen, and you. >> i didn't know that many -- i had no idea those people were in the movie, incredible cast. >> jimmy: there wasn't a cast party? >> when you do an animated movie, you stand in front of a microphone for 90 minutes, go blah, blah, blah, and three years later you meet the cast. [ laughter ] pack the red carpet. that's an amazing cast. >> jimmy: i hope one day you and the cast have a nice consensual encounter together. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the mitchells pre ver the machines premieres a week from tomorrow on netflix. we'll be right back with music from kaleo. >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks to gal gadot and eric andre. apologies to matt damon. "nightline" is next, but first, i hope you dressed accordingly, because we are about to transport you all the way to a bookstore in iceland. this new album is called "surface sounds." with the song, "break my baby," kaleo! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ sun is down on east side while we all turn a blind eye you know i've got your back but would you ever ♪ ♪ do that for me?
♪ whoa son ♪ ♪ take you in and spit you out ♪ ♪ you're only worth how much you sell ♪ ♪ you've come too far we both agree just give the people what they need ♪ ♪ will you turn away or will you take my place does it start to show now that the pressure is on ♪ ♪ will they call my name when it all goes up in flames will you be by my side ♪
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