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right now on jimmy kimmel anderson cooper. have a great weekend! >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- anderson cooper, emily vancamp, and music from zoe wees. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, there. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. you know, we do this show from hollywood in the state of california, where as of today any person over the age of 16 is eligible to get the covid vaccine. [ cheers and applause ] this is interesting. did you know the vaccine is only half as effective if you don't post about it on instagram? [ laughter ] if you're 16, tiktok. but you get the idea. [ laughter ] unfortunately, just over 1 in 5 americans say they will not get the vaccine. same number as dentists who don't recommend sugarless gum. [ laughter ] and another 12% say they're
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going to wait to let everyone else get to it see how it goes. i guess i understand people being skeptical about putting a new kind of medicine in their bodies. but the truth is we don't know anything about anything we put in our bodies. we eat hot dogs, chicken mcnuggets, we drink mountain dew code red. [ laughter ] now, suddenly, we're all jessica alba all of a sudden. organic in my veins only, thank you. the other thing is it's free. the vaccine is free. we love free stuff. i have worked for many a radio station in my life. i know that most americans will take the day off of work to get a keychain for free. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i tell you what. this poor dr. fauci. he must be beating his head against a wall. dr. fauci appeared today before a congressional subcommittee on covid-19 and was forced to endure the relentless stupidity of a shaved ape from ohio named jim jordan. >> what measure? are we just going to continue this forever? when does -- when do we get to
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the point -- what measure, what standard, what objective outcome do we have to reach before americans get their liberty and freedoms back? >> you know, you're indicating liberty and freedom. i look at it as a public health measure to prevent people from dying and going to the hospital. >> you don't think americans' liberties have been threatened the last year, dr. fauci? they've been assaulted, their liberties have. >> jimmy: yeah. you know who else was assaulted? those wrestlers when you were their coach at ohio state. [ moans and applause ] that you didn't notice. but go on. >> for sure, when we get the level of infection very low, it is now at such a high level, there's a threat again of major -- >> dr. fauci. over the last year, americans' first amendment rights have been completely attacked. your right to go to church, your right to assemble, your right to petition your government, freedom of the press, freedom of speech, have all been assaulted. >> jimmy: listen, meathead. first of all, dr. fauci hasn't assaulted anyone. all of a sudden, he cares about people being assaulted. and secondly, doing squats at 24-hour fitness doesn't make you a health expert.
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look, i've said this before, and i think it's worth repeating. all the doctors tell you to wear masks, and be careful, and that the vaccine is safe. so if you decide it isn't, that's fine, don't get it, but you're not allowed to go to the doctor's anymore. why would you? they don't know anything! go treat your gonorrhea with witch hazel and a cotton swab. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] dr. fauci, this guy has been doing this forever. he's giving his very educated opinions. the closest jim jordan ever got to being an infectious disease expert is contracting scabies on a wrestling mat. [ laughter ] i mentioned last night, presidents biden and obama are headlining a star-studded primetime special this weekend to try to encourage americans to get the vaccine. which is so crazy. we wanted it so much, now we won't get it. it's the first time in american history celebrities and politicians have come together for a "say yes to drugs campaign." [ laughter and applause ] i'm not sure how effective this
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will be. most of the people who won't get it don't support joe biden or barack obama, but guess who did get the vaccine this week? none other than former first daughter ivanka trump. she wrote, "today, i got the shot! i hope that you do too! thank you, nurse torres!" which is good. i'm glad she did it. and posted about it. but the comments under her post are, nope, not doing it. hard no. pass. you're joking, right? and i never will. what a solid fanbase. which is it, trumpsters? does donald trump deserve credit for the miracle vaccines, or are they useless? it can't be both of those things. meanwhile, there are new details in the sordid saga of future former florida congressman matt gaetz. yesterday, we learned gaetz was involved in more wild house parties than kid n' play in the '90s. [ laughter ] he reportedly had drugs and sex at these parties where women were given gifts and money in exchange for their participation. much of it paid through venmo. "the daily beast" got their hands on venmo transactions from this guy, joel greenburg, one of
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gaetz's closest friends. greenberg is cooperating with authorities, which bad for matt gaetz, presumably as a result of more than 150 payments made to dozens of young women. at least 16 of those payments were made to a woman who later dated matt gaetz. and the notes on these venmo payments are ridiculous. three payments for $500, $500, $250, labeled "ice cream." [ laughter ] and five other payments labeled "salad." [ laughter ] one of those salads cost more than $1,000, i guess they added avocado. [ laughter ] two of the transactions were for "stuff" and "other stuff." and let me just say this. it's bad enough that matt gaetz is implicated in doing stuff. but "other stuff"? that's outrageous. [ laughter ] of course we know about all of this because stupid joel greenberg made his venmo transactions public. as did matt gaetz. they didn't check the privacy box. [ laughter ] what's the opposite of a criminal mastermind? [ laughter ] meanwhile, this is the kind of
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political scandal they've got up north. in canada yesterday, a member of parliament, canada's equivalent to our house of representatives, accidentally exposed himself on an official government zoom meeting. his camera was on, he didn't know it, and everyone saw his canadian bacon. [ laughter ] there he is. this is the canadian version of storming the capitol. [ laughter ] of course he apologized. of course, he apologized. he's canadian. he would have apologized whether it happened or not. can you imagine if this happened here? if jerry nadler started swinging his thing around on camera? [ laughter ] can you imagine that? >> guillermo: they would put him in jail. >> jimmy: well, i don't know about that. >> guillermo: hm. >> jimmy: why did i even turn to you? >> guillermo: i don't know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's get back to the united states. i know there's a lot going on, but i don't want to lose sight of what the mypillow guy is up to. starting today, mike lindell is offering special vip access to
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his new social media platform. his new alternative to twitter. but in order to qualify as a vip, you have to have a cell phone number. and that's it. so it's not for everyone. [ laughter ] lindell says he spent millions of dollars on the site. and you can see from the web design, it really shows. [ laughter ] looks like the website for a company that provides in-flight wi-fi for discount airlines. [ laughter ] it's called "frank." the voice of free speech. with a big red "f." just like the report cards of everyone on it. [ laughter ] you think trump will join frank? no. they're like, who the hell is frank? why isn't it named donald? on top of frank, i mentioned this the other night. mike lindell is launching an online store that he hopes will be bigger than amazon. >> hello, i'm mike lindell, inventor of mypillow. for years entrepreneurs and inventors have came to me with products and ideas and they don't know how to market them, or i haven't had the time even to show them. and now, today, i am proud to
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announce this platform called i am going to put vetted products from great entrepreneurs up here, like you see a sampling of them here today, that are going to change this country. we're finally going to see these great products and get the -- and be able to, um, get these great entrepreneurs, their great ideas, how do you, the public. >> jimmy: finally, a way for businesses to sell their product on the internet. [ laughter ] this could be huge. on my way into work today, i figured out today who the mypillow guy reminds me of. there's always been something. only people who live in l.a. will get this, but he's the minnesota version of this -- [ laughter ] the accidentes. [ applause ] one day, i'm gonna crash right into him. just for the hell of it. obviously i need to know more about mystore. we got in contact with mike lindell, and there he is, he's joining us now. mike lindell, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> somebody's in here!
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i thought i was told i could use the laundry room until midnight. you hear me? >> jimmy: mike? mike? >> who the hell is in my machine? >> jimmy: nobody is in my machine, it's jimmy kimmel. >> you son of a bitch, where are you? >> jimmy: i'm in l.a., thank you, though. >> rosalinda, please! ron said i had the room for 20 more minutes! >> jimmy: i don't know who ron is. where are you? what is that room? >> i'm at the shipping and receiving dock for my new business, mystore. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. well. then -- it looks more like a laundry room than a store. >> it's multi-purpose. [ laughter ] it's also the laundry room of the motel 6 i live at. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh. >> let me tell you, jimmy. it's not safe to go back to minnesota, the deep state has re just today, i found this bullet on my pillow. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. >> it's a message that they want me dead. >> jimmy: wait a minute. that doesn't look like -- that's a double-a battery, i think,
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that you've got there. >> ha, yes, i guess it is. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. >> must be my walking, stop walking. >> jimmy: that must be why. mike, i don't think anyone's trying to kill you. >> come onjiy,pen ur mind. if i n bei have i spent the last five months eating ding dongs from vending machines? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't have an answer for that, i don't know. i wanted to talk to you about your new business venture, mystore. what makes you think you can compete with amazon? >> i'll tell you. because mystore is superior to amazon for a whole lot of reasons. number one, did you know you can't buy an individual pancake on amazon? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, i didn't. >> here, that's the solution for you.hat, no. >> and number three, amazon is owned by jeff crazos and the deepstate and we are no longer supporting those products! i recruited patriotic entrepreneurs from dog tracks all across this great land.
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and we're making our own stuff! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like what? what kind of stuff are you making? >> like soda pop! as you know, donald trump says no more coca-cola, so we made freedom fizz! >> jimmy: oh, all right. >> you know when they bathe the veterans down at the v.a. hospital? they just throw the bathwater away? >> jimmy: what? >> that got us thinking. what's more patriotic than a veteran's bathwater? [ laughter ] so we filled up a can, added a little sugar to it, some nicotine to spice it up, an alka-seltzer tablet for carbonation, and voila! freedom fizz! >> jimmy: wow. [ laughter ] that is genuinely upsetting, mike. >> you're more of a coffee guy, are you? >> jimmy: i guess so. >> well then, grab yourself a bag of cbi is 100% pxas gunpowder from shotgun shells confiscated by the state fish and game commission. [ laughter ] there it is! >> jimmy: yeah. oh, wow. >> god -- good -- that's good-tasting!
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you just drink hot gunpowder? >> hell yes, i did, and i feel like i could chew through a chainlink fence! [ laughter ] haven't done that since the first time i escaped rehab back in '06. i guess that's another story for another time. >> jimmy: okay, yeah, yeah. all right. well. i'd say -- okay. hey -- >> you want to see some more? >> jimmy: yes, i would love to see more. >> okay. i'm starting to like you, kimmel! you've got -- you've got -- >> jimmy: hey, are you eating packing peanuts right now? >> i sure as hell am, jimmy. >> jimmy: are those even edible? >> jimmy: i don't know but they've got vitamin "p" for plastic. >> jimmy: okay, you're going to show us something? >> let's get back on track. it fomdelofensas owas! w, but if you're lying in bed and an intruder climbs on top of you and tries to put his braunschweiger in your b-hole, you just shake it
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up and let 'em fly! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. well. >> who the hell is there? rosalinda?! >> jimmy: who is rosalinda? >> oh, she's a great gal. don't get me wrong. desn't speak a lick of english! if you can make it, we're getting married on tuesday. >> jimmy: oh, wow, congratulations. i love a tuesday wedding. >> i'll put you down for a plus one and send you five of these wasp pillows. >> jimmy: that -- well -- >> ow, son of a bitch! they sting. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you've got to allow 15 to 35 weeks for delivery. >> jimmy: please don't mail me wasps, mike, i don't want them. >> too late! no cancellations! we don't believe in cancel culture. [ laughter ] rosalinda's gonna kill me, she's gotta wash my rabbit costume. i got a little hot mustard in the spot where you pull your dinger through. i'm coming, honey bunny! they're trying to censor me! >> jimmy: sounds like you're really busy, mike, i'll let you go. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> rosalinda! [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: how about that? >> guillermo: good job, good job. >> jimmy: he's starting to make sense. all right. we're going to have a full program for you tonight. [ laughter ] from marvel's "the falcon and the winter soldier," emily vancamp is with us. [ cheers and applause ] we have music from zoe wees. and we'll be right back with anderson cooper, so stick around! today let's paint with behr ultra scuff defense... so that you can live that scuff-free life. honey, i'm home from my really important job! scuff defense. honey! scuff defense. [ chuckles ] scuff! -defense! i love our scuff-free life. you too, scruff defense.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, there. welcome back. tonight, from marvel's "the falcon and the winter soldier" on disney plus, emily vancamp is with us. [ cheers and applause ] and then later, she is apple music's next up artist, we have music from zoe wees. [ cheers and applause ] her song is called "girls like us." next week, we've got new shows with ellen degeneres, riz ahmed, andra day, billie joe armstrong, eric andre, gal gadot, and former president george w. bush, with music from kaleo, jimmie allen, brad paisley, and maroon 5. that's a pretty good week, huh? [ cheers and applause ] our first guest tonight is a
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multi award-winning journalist and news anchor with the best giggle in cable news. [ laughter ] you can watch him five nights a week on cnn and starting monday, he starts a two-week stint hosting "jeopardy!." please say hello to anderson cooper. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, anderson. >> how's it going, jimmy? >> jimmy: how are you doing? >> i'm doing well. >> jimmy: you're doing the news right after we talk, right? >> yes, that's right, that's why i'm all dressed up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we're wearing almost the same thing. will you wear that, or will you switch? do you switch from a comedy outfit to your news outfit? >> i've been wearing this for the past three or four days. [ laughter ] i've given up. >> jimmy: what are you covering tonight, what's the big story? >> obviously the trial of derek chauvin. >> jimmy: right. >> for killing george floyd. and, you know, we'll have some more about where we are in this pandemic and a bunch of other stories, probably. >> jimmy: you're here in l.a. right now? >> yes. >> jimmy: down the street from us. >> yes. >> jimmy: the last time i saw
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you was in march of last year. >> when andy cohen tried to kill us. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: when andy cohen tried to kill us, i'm glad you mentioned that. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: this is right when we first heard of the pandemic. right? >> right. you were doing "millionaire." this was days before the entire country shut down. and andy and i, for reasons i'm still not quite clear on, flew out to los angeles to appear together on "millionaire" on the cusp of a global pandemic. [ laughter ] unbeknownst to you or i, andy cohen was already infected with covid. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i flew with him on a plane. he hugged me during the show on television. [ laughter ] he got very close to you. then we flew back together. >> jimmy: cohen-19. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: were you nervous? i remember when he got back, then he texted me, he was like, hey, um, i tested positive for covid.
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it was like, oh, terrific, that's great news. >> yeah. >> jimmy: were you worried when you got that news? >> yeah. especially because he had just sent me a bunch of photographs of us on the plane, him with his arm around me, a glass of alcohol in his hand. i'm like -- wow. then, of course, then i realized, oh my god, wait a minute. he actually hugged me during the show. and that's going to play weeks from now. >> jimmy: right. >> we're going to look like the biggest idiots. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right. >> this person who at the time was infected with covid just gave me a big old bear hug. >> jimmy: funny you mentioned that, that was a thing. we didn't really know at that time this was going to be a year of this, what a big, obviously, terrible deal it would be. but i also remember your charity, as i recall, the charity you were playing for on "who wants to be a millionaire," you were buying stylish vests for dogs, right? isn't that what it was? >> no. [ laughter ] a charity called
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spike's k-9 fund, a former navy s.e.a.l. started it. it helps police dogs, military dogs, get vests so they're not injured in the line of duty. >> jimmy: they look spiffy. [ laughter ] a vest brings it all together. it's not just about safety, it's a look too. >> that is true. >> jimmy: it's funny -- it's not funny at all. but to andy and i it was funny in the months following. because all of a sudden, now we're all focused on frontline workers, and you know, these people who are heroically risking their lives to help people who are coming to these overcrowded hospitals. and there you are playing for vests for dogs. [ laughter ] >> yes. obviously, in retrospect, there were other things i might have played for. that is absolutely true. guest hosting on "jeopardy!" coming up, i play for two different charities. and all of them involve humans. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's good. well, that might be bad news for dogs, then. there could be a parvo virus that sweeps the country. >> it's a very good charity, the
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spike's k-9 fund, but i am focusing on humans this time. >> jimmy: you learned your lesson. oh -- so you're hosting "jeopardy!" for charity? >> guest hosting "jeopardy!" for the next two weeks, starting monday, for two different charities, yeah. and as you probably know, i'm a huge "jeopardy!" fan. >> jimmy: you are, yeah, right. you watched it with your mom growing up, a thing you guys did? >> it actually was, yes. it helped us avoid talking to each other. [ laughter ] in wasp families it's very good to have some television in front of you. >> jimmy: it's good in all families. [ laughter ] television is what brings us together, by setting us apart. [ laughter ] so this show -- you've been on "jeopardy!" -- how many times have you been a contestant? >> i was -- okay, first of all, i was on like "power players jeopardy." i don't want to make it seem like i was on the hard-core -- >> jimmy: the real crazy trivia nerds, right. >> they give us the special questions on those editions. >> jimmy: right. >> i was on it four times.
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first time i crushed it. i was -- i panicked the night before, because i'd agreed to do it without thinking about it. like going on "millionaire" when you were there. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, the night before, i was about to go on, oh my god, i don't know anything about geography, i don't know where the baltic sea or the arabian sea -- all these things run through your mind. i tried to cram online, read all these buzzer theories by former "jeopardy!" champions. it was about alex trebek's voice, getting into the cadence of it, the zen rhythm of it. i crushed it the first time. the second time i was playing against cheech marin, oh my god, this is going to be a cakewalk, i've seen "cheech and chong" movies. the sin nap cease can't be firing. turns out he's the smartest guy. >> jimmy: he's very smart, cheech marin. >> he destroyed me. do you know what it's like to walk into the cnn newsroom the day after cheech marin has destroyed you? [ laughter ] wolf blitzer giving you side-eye as you walk by.
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>> jimmy: i heard there might be a "situation room with cheech"? [ laughter ] >> could be. and i've played two other times. >> jimmy: i know that when i was a contestant on "who wants to be a millionaire," i remember the question i got stumped on. i wonder if you remember any of the "jeopardy!" questions you missed when you were a contestant? do you think you've learned them, you have them? because i have them here. [ laughter ] >> oh, really? >> jimmy: you only missed five questions, i think, in four games. that's pretty good. >> really? wow, okay. >> jimmy: let me run a couple by you so you can get warmed up. >> i have no memory of them. >> jimmy: the category is "capitals." most of the ancient portion of this city lies on the east bank of the tiber river. >> what is rome? >> jimmy: what is rome is correct, that's right. [ cheers and applause ] you got it correct. >> i got it wrong the last time? >> jimmy: you said baghdad last time. >> oh, yeah, i was nervous. >> jimmy: category, "daughters of the american revolution." abigail, known as little abby, was the oldest child of this u.s. president.
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>> who's van buren? >> jimmy: no. last time you answered lincoln. the correct answer is john adams. all right, we'll do one more, okay? >> okay. >> jimmy: category is "musicals." this 2007 musical based on a mel brooks film featured such songs as "the brain" and "putting on the ritz." >> oh, what is "young frankenstein." >> jimmy: that is correct. >> how could i have gotten that wrong the last time? >> jimmy: last time you said "frankenstein," and of course, you know. alex jumped in. >> it's got to be phrased in the form of a question. >> jimmy: also you have to have the "young" in there. all right. you did well. i'm going to be honest with you, the "jeopardy!" people sent us these questions, and they told me, if he doesn't get at least two of these right, he can't hot. [ laughter ] so this will be good. anderson cooper is guest hosting "jeopardy!." we'll be right back with anderson cooper! >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by dr pepper zero sugar.
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right in the nuts, it was spectacular. >> and as ames goes to retrieve the tomahawk, carson grabs him by the arm, pulls him back. >> he just milks the laughter, he just waits. >> i didn't know you were jewish. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is the great johnny carson, of course. cnn is running a documentary called "the story of late night." i happened to be a part of it. you are not a part of it? >> i'm not a part of it, i wish i was. >> jimmy: bill carter put that together. it is premiering next month on may 2nd and i'm looking forward to seeing that. let's get back to you. you, as we mentioned, are guest hosting "jeopardy!" this week. >> yes. >> jimmy: you dodged doom as a
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result of your friend, andy cohen, exposing you to the coronavirus, carelessly, almost killing both of us, two national treasures. [ laughter ] your son is turning 1 year old this month, yes? >> yes. april 27th. very exciting. >> jimmy: will you have a birthday party for him, for your son wyatt? >> you know, i guess -- i'm a really bad planner, clearly. so i haven't really planned anything yet. but yeah, i think i'll try to do someting. i feel like -- he obviously doesn't know what's going on with that. >> jimmy: right. >> i figured the only thing that really matters is just like staging -- you know how they stage the moon landing? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, sure, right. >> so i think i'm going to stage this. i'll get a cake, a prop cake. put on a hat. balloons. maybe hire some people to stand around. then years from now i can show him he had a great 1 birthday party. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so you will apply this fake news cnn principle to your own son, anderson cooper? [ laughter ] >> yeah, no, seriously -- yes, i will probably get a couple of
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friends and have a party. >> jimmy: i know you and andy cohen, you both have kids. and you hang out together, right? how often? >> andy comes over with his son, benjamin, every weekend. usually sundays. saturdays. it's funny, he's been doing this for, you know, really this past year. but i've started to realize he's just coming over because he's -- he doesn't know what else to do with his son. like with all this time. >> jimmy: right. >> yawning chasms of time. >> jimmy: right. >> that he's had. and so, like i'll say to him, last time he called up, he was, oh, can i come over? i was like, yeah, what do you want to do? he goes, i'd like to do about three hours. [ laughter ] he's thinking about it in blocks of time. it's not really about -- there was one time i was like, i'm not going to be here. he's like, oh, no, that's fine, that's fine. [ laughter ] he just needs a place to go. >> jimmy: and not only that, it's easier when you've got two kids together. >> yes. >> jimmy: they entertain each other.
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>> sort of. my son is not even 1, andy's son is over 2. >> jimmy: oh, i see. >> so that's a huge gap in ages at that age. >> jimmy: oh, so you really have to keep an eye on andy's son, then? >> you have no idea. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. in fact, i -- i should not say this. but -- andy's son -- my son -- somebody gave my son a bear that was like -- talked or clapped. and my son hadn't even played with it. all of a sudden, like there's this smell in the -- and some smoke. and we realize that andy's son has taken my son's bear, put it in the microwave, and turned it on. [ laughter ] he baked the bear. it was in there for like 10 seconds. literally, there was smoke coming out of this -- >> jimmy: smokey the bear, of course. [ laughter ] it makes sense.
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>> yeah. kids do the darnedest things. >> jimmy: keep wyatt away from the cohen boy, i don't know how many times i've told you. thank you for being with us. anderson cooper on cnn every day, and guest hosting "jeopardy!" weekdays in syndication. thanks a lot, anderson, take care. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be back with emily vancamp! >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by dr pepper zero sugar. all the decadent flavor of dr pepper now with zero sugar. 3-d virtual tours that are soorn realistic it actually feels like you're there. but that's all thanks to ted, a man who possesses an innate understanding of dimension. uh... ted... (ted) sorry, i was in the zone. also my name is brian. (brad) aptments-dot-com! the most popular place to find a place.
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>> jimmy: we're back. music from zoe wees is on the way. you know our next guest from two captain america movies and one very big marvel tv show, she plays sharon carter on "the falcon and the winter soldier." new episodes air fridays on disney plus. please welcome emily vancamp. [ cheers and applause ] hi, emily. >> hi. >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm good, how are you doing? >> jimmy: i'm doing well. where are you right now? >> i'm in atlanta at the moment. >> jimmy: in atlanta. are you there shooting? everybody shoots everything in atlanta. >> everything's in atlanta, like a mini hollywood, yes. i'm here for a few more weeks. >> jimmy: what are you working on out there right now? >> so currently "the resident." i was doing "falcon and the winter soldier" out here. it's been my home base for a little bit. >> jimmy: i see. the fox show "the resident." you are not the resident, you
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are a nurse practitioner on that show? >> i am indeed, yes. >> jimmy: i assume you could probably, you know, if you think about it -- i don't know if you've been vaccinated yet. you could probably dress up in your costume from the show and pretend to be a health worker, right? [ laughter ] >> sure. i could. i don't know that i'd want to do that. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i don't know that, you know, people would like me to do that. yeah, i suppose. i'm sure i could pass out some jabs here and there, you know. >> jimmy: you feel now that you are -- are you able, you feel like you would be able to give somebody a vaccination properly? >> look, i'm not going to try. but i probably could. >> jimmy: where would you put it? where in your body would you put it? >> i'd go arm. >> jimmy: arm, yeah. but there's a part of the arm where it's supposed to go. do you know what it is? >> right here. >> jimmy: yeah that's right, the deltoid. [ laughter ]
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>> thank you. why am i trusting you? you don't know. >> jimmy: i don't know. i got it, so i know where it goes, at least that's where they put it in me. you are -- you play sharon carter, agent 13, former agent of s.h.i.e.l.d. that's cool. really, it would be just great to be part of the marvel cinematic universe. but you don't have powers. at least not yet. is that kind of a bummer when you're surrounded by people with powers? >> i mean, look, that's part of who i signed up to play. sharon doesn't have powers. i mean, it's great until it comes to the fight sequences, you know. and then, you know -- and then they start stripping away your weapons, so you know, i don't have, you know, a shield or a, you know, steel arm or, you know, i can't fly. so it was interesting. as we were doing and learning these fight sequences, they wanted less and less weapons. so it just became a lot of, you know, bloody hand on hand combat. >> jimmy: and you picking up a shoe and hitting somebody with it.
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>> yeah, yeah. i think in this circumstance it was a pole that she finds at this shipyard. so, you know, lots and lots of bruises. lots of bloody knuckles. but it was all good fun. >> jimmy: you get real bruises and bloody knuckles? or made-up bruises and bloody knuckles? >> no, they were real. one of the first takes i bloodied my knuckles. we hadn't anticipated the gravel on the ground, it wasn't anyone's fault but -- >> jimmy: it was someone's fault. [ laughter ] we're going to get to the bottom of whose fault it was. there's no surprise gravel. gravel is gravel. >> just -- it was like hand positioning. but anyway, yeah. i remember i was like sending photos of my bloody knuckles to my family. they're just so used to this stuff now. i think it just, you know, got lost in the mix of baby photos and nieces and nephews. no one commented on it. >> jimmy: is that right? >> another day at work for emily. >> jimmy: you texted your relatives, look at how bloody my hand is.
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everybody is like, who cares? look at christina. >> yeah, look at the kids. just another day at work. they know that i'm -- they're used to this stuff, it's great. >> jimmy: they must be. you need to rattle their cages. >> they're asking me to give them their shots. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> like, what can we get out of this? >> jimmy: whatever they want, don't do it. your family lives in canada, what part of canada? >> from near toronto. >> jimmy: near toronto. well, we've done this a couple times before. i always love it. i have a lot of canadian friends. and my friends, at least, i don't know if we can extend this to everyone there, are very proud of canadian achievements. you know what i'm saying? >> yes, we are. >> jimmy: would you consider yourself to be one of those people? >> definitely. >> jimmy: okay. >> you know, i've been living in the united states for a very long time. so, you know, i try to hold on to -- >> jimmy: me too, same here. [ laughter ] i have a list of items. i would like you to tell me if they originated in your native
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country. it's time to play "is it canadian?" [ cheers and applause ] i'm going to begin with a marvel-related question. is wolverine canadian? >> no. >> jimmy: oh, that is incorrect. wolverine is canadian. >> wow. >> jimmy: in fact -- >> hockey sticks and everything. >> jimmy: he was billed as the first canadian superhero by marvel. and a member of the x-men. let's see if we can do better with this one. >> sorry, i'm terrible. >> jimmy: the wonderbra. is the wonderbra a canadian product? >> that's so random. >> jimmy: yes, it is. [ laughter ] >> i will say -- no. >> jimmy: you are incorrect again. >> okay, now i'm just going to say yes to everything. [ laughter ] this is crazy. all right, i'm learning something. >> jimmy: the wonderbra was developed by a company called the canadian lady corset company. all right, next. ice hockey.
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your national passion. is ice hockey canadian? >> i'm pretty sure i know that it did not originate in canada. so many people say -- i like to believe it did, but anyway. you tell me what your official answer is. >> you tell me what your official answer is. [ laughter ] >> it's -- i -- i'll say it didn't originate in canada. >> jimmy: that is correct, it did not. [ cheers and applause ] it originated in england. >> it pains me to say it. >> jimmy: according to what we are told. >> you know what's terrible about that, my husband is english. >> jimmy: well. not for him. >> trying to claim it but he can't. >> jimmy: it's not bad for him, he can claim it now, it's his. [ laughter ] two more questions. the board game trivial pursuit, is it canadian? >> oh. yes. >> jimmy: yes is the correct answer, it is. [ applause ]
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this is a great story. 1979, two canadian journalists kept losing their scrabble tiles and that led hem to invent a game called trivial pursuit. i don't know how one led to the other. >> that's very canadian. [ laughter ] probably while drinking beer, and, you know. >> jimmy: this is something you should definitely know. van camp's baked beans, are they canadian? >> no. >> jimmy: they are not canadian. [ cheers and applause ] they are an american product. so congratulations. you did pretty well there. i think you got more right than wrong. so congratulations. and thanks for playing "is it canadian?" [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: all right. we covered a lot here, emily. new episodes of "the falcon and the winter soldier" are fridays on disney plus. emily vancamp, everyone, thanks, emily! [ cheers and applause ] be back with zoe wees! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i want to thank anderson cooper, emily vancamp and james adomian. aka mike lindell. apologies to matt damon. we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next, but first, music all the way from germany. with the song "girls like us," zoe wees! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ it's hard for girls like us we don't know who we trust ♪ ♪ not even the ones we love cause they don't know ♪ ♪ stuck here stuck here in these waters so sick to my stomach is anybody there ♪ ♪ red lights red lights in the darkness everyone's so heartless t'arur heart in cage only
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whisper but you wanna shout ♪ cause the second you wake t preure ake everrt of you wants to cry out ♪ ♪ it's hard for girls like us we don't know who we trust ♪ ♪ not even the ones we love cause they don't know ♪ ♪ try to numb this pain cause we don't wanna get hurt again ♪ ♪ left alone out in the rain they don't know ♪ ♪ mirror mirror on the wall i don't see beautiful staring back at me ♪ ♪ watching, watching my heart bleed out trying not to freak out ♪ ♪ it's hard for girls like us we
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don't know who we trust ♪ ♪ not even the ones we love cause they don't know ♪ ♪ try to numb this pain cause we don't wanna get hurt again ♪ ♪ left alone out in the rain they don't know ♪ ♪ it's hard for us for girls like us girls like us they don't know ♪ ♪ it's hard for us for girls like us girls like us they don't know ♪ ♪ so ooh and the worst part is when they smile like this and it hits me hard ♪ ♪ hits me hard ♪ ♪ try to play it cool but inside i'm bruised and it breaks my heart breaks my heart ♪ ♪ it's hard for all of us we
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