tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC October 6, 2021 11:35pm-12:37am PDT
tonight. dan: for all of us, we appreciate you >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- daniel craig, eric wareheim, and music from x ambassadors. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: wow. thank you. hi, everybody. very nice. thank you. welcome. i appreciate it. thanks. hi. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for joining us on an exciting night here in los angeles. a night of dodger baseball. about six miles or really just a two-hour drive from here. [ laughter ] the dodgers are playing the
cardinals in the national league wild card game. despite the fact they have the second-best record in all of baseball, they won 106 games, which is a lot, they're in a one game, winner moves on, loser goes home series with the cardinals, who won 16 fewer games than they. can you believe that? >> guillermo: that's crazy. >> jimmy: just wanted to see if you're awake. [ laughter ] abo did you watch the game last night? >> guillermo: yes. >> jimmy: last night the red sox beat their hated rivals, new york yankees, at fenway park. there were no errors in the game save for one committed by yankees radio announcer john sterling, who made one of the best-worst calls ever heard. >> there -- there it is -- there it goes. it is gone. out of the ballpark. a stantonian home run. what did i do wrong? what did i say wrong? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, for starters, that was a single, but an "a" for enthusiasm. that would make a great
commercial for lens crafters, wouldn't it? [ laughter ] american sports as we knew them are back. fans are allowed back at full capacity, and here in california, we have the lowest transmission rate among all 50 states. [ cheers and applause ] you know what? if you want to, feel free to make out with each other. bring in the kiss cam. [ laughter ] a lot of people are wondering why covid numbers in california are so low. experts believe it's because we haven't had a kid rock concert in california since august of 2018. [ laughter ] it's interesting because when you look at the covid map in orange, it's just us and connecticut. we're like the only two good players on a very bad team, you know? [ laughter ] more than 80% of eligible californians are vaxxed, and many who are not are taking to the streets to protest mandatory inoculation. this was the scene outside our studio where one loud anti-vaxxer got a hard clap back from a man living on the street.
>> you see all these homeless people around? dead in the streets of covid? hell, no. why? [ bleep ]. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, you did ask why. i might have to make a t-shirt out of that. [ laughter ] california is the first and so far only state to require vaccines for students. the mandate won't go into effect until july, but some parents are already losing their minds over it. >> for the kids to go back to school, they have to be [ bleep ]ing vaccinated! are you [ bleep ]ing kidding me? where the [ bleep ], where the [ bleep ] do you have the right to tell us what to do with our kids! gavin newsom! i don't have control of them because they live with their mother! she does everything!
according to the liberal agenda! and i told her, i said, do not get them vaccinated. i don't want it. [ bleep ]! >> jimmy: shocking that he didn't get custody of his kids, huh? [ applause ] so one of the reasons people are so misinformed about the vaccine and a lot of other things is fox news. according to a new report from media matters, fox news has undermined the covid vaccine nearly every day for the last six months. the two days they didn't undermine it were the days they took off to get the vaccine. [ laughter ] they scoff at the vaccine, and making fun of people wearing masks. which is especially nuts because everyone, if you go around the fox news building, you would see that pretty much everybody is wearing a mask. [ laughter ] it is a heavily masked staff. but fox news isn't even the worst offender. at least some of their on-air guys like steve doocy and sean
hannity got and openly encourage others to get the vaccine. the hardcore hammerheads call themselves one america news. oan. these guys make fox look like alyssa milano. [ laughter ] and it turns out they are funded and no one knew this until yesterday by at&t. the people in the upper left-hand corner of your phone in 2013, they were like, you know what this country needs? somebody was like, affordable health care? and they said, "no! an even farther right wing news network!" and then pumped tens of millions of dollars into one america news. which reportedly promised to offer only positive coverage of at&t, in addition to positive coverage of donald trump, vladimir putin, hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, anti-vax conspiracy theorists, qanon, racism, fascism, narcissism, botulism and genital herpes. [ laughter ] all the bad things. so good going, at&t! [ applause ] quite an investment in america! speaking of destroying america,
mark zuckerberg is pushing back after the bombshell testimony from a whistleblower who gave congress some insight into what her former employer is up to. zuckerberg fired back last night with the longest facebook post ever. this post was so long, i thought my aunt fran wrote it. [ laughter ] the whistleblower, frances haugen, claimed, among other things, that facebook prioritizes angry posts. they get the most traction. zuckerberg rejected those claims in an angry post. [ laughter ] there it is again. zuckerberg also said, "if we wanted to ignore research, why would we create an industry-leading research program to understand these important issues in the first place?" which yeah, that's kind of the point. you guys know what you're doing, you're doing it anyway. that's like a bond villain saying, "if i'm so evil, then why did i tell 007 my whole plan while lowering him into a vat of boiling piranhas?" [ laughter ] he didn't handle this well, zuckerberg. if i was the ceo of facebook, i
would just say, yes, this social media stuff is terrible for kids. it's terrible for everyone. it's terrible for the world. but especially kids. so since you're their parents, you should probably take it away from them. go ahead. go into your teenage daughter's room and take her phone away. go! do it. good luck! and then, i would laugh like an evil maniac. [ laughter ] here's the thing, facebook is like a pocketknife. you can use it to peel an apple, or stab a janitor at school. [ laughter ] maybe kids shouldn't have pocketknives. but i'm not the ceo of facebook, and i do think they need to take responsibility for this. and so we invited a member of their team to join us and she agreed to join us. her name is kelly crookes, and she joins us now. thanks for being with us, kelly. [ cheers and applause ] facebook director of communications. >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: thanks for being with us. [ applause ] now, frances haugen, a former facebook employee, claims your company cares more about profit than the mental health and well-being of your customers. i'll just ask you point-blank, is that true? >> no, that could not be further from the truth.
we care very deeply. that's why we closely monitor every account. and exhaustingly document the hobbies, interests, social connections, and facebook groups of all of our members. like you, jimmy. you started a group called "jimmy kimmel is bringing sexy back to late night." [ laughter and applause ] it has one member, and that member is you! >> jimmy: i made that as a joke a long time ago, that was -- >> okay, this went up in 2019, so -- >> jimmy: oh. it seemed like a long -- anyway, that doesn't matter. i thought facebook was intended to be a way to keep up with the people you care about. and it's become something else. >> you're exactly right, that's exactly what it's for. for instance, we know that you really care about someone named stacy robowski? >> jimmy: oh yeah, that's a girl i had a crush on in high school. >> okay, yeah, that would explain why you were looking at her profile last night at 2:00
a.m. [ audience moans ] >> jimmy: that must be a glitch in your system or something, i wasn't doing that. >> a glitch. one of those middle-of-the-night, your-wife-is-sleeping why not poke an ex glitch? >> that wasn't a glitch, she doesn't want anything to do with me -- >> but i can understand why you'd be confused based on your location data. i can see here that on sunday, you went to costco, then to a cannabis dispensary called long bong silver's. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait. you're tracking where i go? >> yes. because we care about you. because we care about you so much. we want to know that you're safe. and speaking of that, you'll be happy to know that we had a doctor examine those photos you look of that weird brown bump near your nipple -- [ audience moans ] >> jimmy: wait a minute, how did you know about that? >> it's our job to know. we have good news! it's not cancerous. but it is gross. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay, i think this is getting to be a little too much. it's getting kind of weird. >> well, you know what they say,
jimmy. people who live in glass houses shouldn't look at so many pictures of kate beckinsale's feet. >> jimmy: okay. [ laughter ] >> sorry, something coming in, what's this? you're buying a lot of extra-large women's pantyhose. >> jimmy: okay, you know what? second thought, you guys are doing a good job over there at facebook, keep it up. >> thank you. [ applause ] i had a feeling you'd see it that way. we own your ass. >> jimmy: okay, i know you do. tank you for owning it. [ cheers and applause ] we're racking up the likes tonight. maybe the only man in the world who is not on social media, 007 himself, daniel craig is here. [ cheers and applause ] this will be daniel's fifth and final turn as james bond. this is a big movie. whenever there's a big movie, we have a movie critic in-house, yehya. yehya told us he was moving back to egypt in april, now he's back. what happened, yehya? >> because i miss you, jimmy. >> jimmy: we had a big farewell
for you, then you just came right back. >> it's okay, you know, i had to -- some time there, three months there, four months here. >> jimmy: seemed like you told us you were moving. >> no. 007 moving. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i know you saw the movie, we'll get to that in a second. we came across a clip of yehya in a show -- you didn't tell us about this. >> oh, yeah. actually, you make me very famous. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the show is called "newton's cradle"? >> i'm very famous, the directory like me, he with me here, american egyptian show, 2920 episodes -- >> jimmy: that many episodes? >> yeah, i swear. >> jimmy: let's take a look at yehya's work on "newton's cradle." >> thank you so much. [ speaking foreign language ] [ speaking foreign language ]
♪ >> [ bleep ]! [ applause ] >> jimmy: that must have been a glitch. how. who knew you could act, yehya? >> big star in egypt, very big star like angelina. >> jimmy: wow. >> i swear. >> jimmy: obviously i didn't understand what you were saying but i assume you were playing a male prostitute in the lobby of the hotel? [ laughter ] >> no, i'm with the team from the government, bringing her to america, and she want to run away because she have baby, like people deliver the baby -- >> jimmy: is it your baby? >> no, hate baby, not my baby. [ laughter ] her husband. she want to deliver the babe here, she want to run away with our support, i don't give to it
her. >> jimmy: oh, why not? >> because i'm in charge, i go to egypt, i give back. >> jimmy: wow. guillermo, you're slacking, you really are. [ laughter ] i haven't seen you on a telenovela in years. >> guillermo: a couple years, yeah. >> jimmy: anyway, well done. >> thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: it's interesting, an actor criticizing other actors, but that's how we do it here. this is yehya talking about the new movie "no time to die." [ cheers and applause ] >> hi, it's me, yehya. i talk about the new movie behind me, is called "no time to dead." the movie, james bond, 007. the first james bond i saw, sheen connery, "dr. nose." the second one, "rush hour in love." air brosnan, he's the one, like
technology, rue do a lot, the actor, the one can see the ass for the lady, it's the movie, the movie have sex in space. >> what is he doing? >> she's not my wife! >> the next one, dinel craig in that movie. his wife, famous too, richa weiss. she in the movie like the girl, like ninja turtle, i don't see her. it's bad and good that movie. its name -- chris wallace. he was oscar for the movie called "the jewish people want to kill the hitler." and the guy, the bad guy in that movie, ramy malik. he on tv that make him big, it's called "mr. rabbit." after that he do the movie for the guy, the music, english guy, "he die with the aids," you know. and done talk about the movie, is good movie, go see it, after
you! [ cheers and applause ] my name is bond, james bond, i can kill you! bad people! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, god bless you, yehya. yehya, everybody. we have a great show tonight. eric wareheim is here. we've got music from x ambassadors. and we'll be back with daniel craig, so stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ why go back to reality. when you could go back to the pool? the last day of vacation is still vacation with guaranteed 4pm checkout at over 1,200 fine hotels & resorts properties. one of the many reasons you're with amex platinum.
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show with this album, "the beautiful liar," music from x ambassadors on the mercedes-benz stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night, who will be here tomorrow? the answer is ellen pompeo, henry winkler, and billy idol will be here. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest is a heck of an actor who, after 15 years in her majesty's service punches his license to kill card for the very last time. his 007 swan song is "no time to die." it opens only in theaters friday. please welcome daniel craig. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very good to see you. >> it's so good to be here. >> jimmy: welcome back. >> wonderful, wonderful, wonderful to be back. >> jimmy: and congratulations
besides on the movie, i saw it and enjoyed it thoroughly, i want to congratulate you on a neighborhood honor that you're getting here. >> yes. >> jimmy: which as star on the hollywood walk of fame. [ cheers and applause ] [ rim shot ] >> thank you, yes. >> jimmy: that is meaningful to you as a brit? i mean, is that -- you understand that that's like the biggest thing we have here, right? [ laughter ] >> there's other things. it's massive. i mean, it's massive and it's weird and it's kind of strange. i came here -- i don't know, 1990? when i was like 21 years of age. >> jimmy: wow. >> and it was one of the first places i visited. i came here. >> jimmy: you came right here to this area? >> i did. >> jimmy: what do you remember what were your impressions? >> i don't know that i can talk about it, really. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, there was a lot going on. >> jimmy: really? >> it was not how i imagined it was going to be. >> jimmy: do you feel like there's more going on now or less? >> there might be, there might be more going on. >> jimmy: we've still got a lot going on. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: have you seen the location of your star? >> i know where it is, yeah. >> jimmy: i'll show everybody where it is. >> there we go.
>> jimmy: it's right in front of the marshall's. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> i'll take what i can get. >> jimmy: it's like our buckingham palace. [ laughter ] >> i know. >> jimmy: this is kind of cool. i assume they did this intentionally. your star, which is right there, is right near roger moore's star. >> there you go. >> jimmy: the james bond of my childhood and your childhood. [ applause ] that's kind of cool. >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you think you'll be named a sir? do you think you will get a knighthood? >> it's not up to me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i know, but are you kind of thinking about it? >> no, no. >> jimmy: no? >> no. i'm not sure about those sort of things. >> jimmy: okay. >> yeah. i mean, it's very nice but i think there's lots of people who deserve them way more than i do. >> jimmy: i don't know, there's not a lot of people who are james bond, and i know sean connery has a knighthood. >> he does. >> jimmy: and roger moore got like an obe or something like that. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i think pierce brosnan
got -- whatever they will give irish people there. [ laughter ] >> right, yeah. >> jimmy: i think you're in good shape. >> you dr. think? you're pull in a word for me? >> jimmy: i will put in a word for you. i don't know that anybody will be listening. [ laughter ] i know you had the premier her in london last week. >> yeah, we did. >> jimmy: rami was here, rami malek was here last night. he actually told me that he approached william and kate and told them he would babysit for them. [ laughter ] >> i didn't know that. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> that seems quite forward. >> jimmy: it does, doesn't it? >> yeah, yeah. do you know what the response was? >> jimmy: their response was confusion. >> i'd imagine, yeah. what was he going to charge an hour? >> jimmy: i don't know if he was going to charge. >> do it as a favor? >> jimmy: he saw himself as their mary poppins. >> i don't remember him being muscled off at any point, so maybe they made a deal, i don't know. >> jimmy: i'd let him watch my
kids for sure. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: although when you see the movie you might think about that twice. >> when you see the movie, yes. >> jimmy: but -- so he was seated next to them, i think, at the theater? >> yeah, we were in the royal box. >> jimmy: oh, the royal box. >> my daughter and carrie was sitting behind, i was sat next to camilla and charles, and -- i don't know who sat next to -- they were down here somewhere. we were all sat in a row, watching the movie. >> jimmy: did they pay attention? >> i think so. i mean, i'm quite occupied watching the audience. >> jimmy: you are? >> i'm kind of nervous, i want to see what the -- >> jimmy: prince charles is sitting there, you're kind of looking over at him? [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: that must have been -- >> kind of -- looking left -- >> jimmy: must have been a relaxing experience for him. >> yeah. >> jimmy: bond keeps looking at me, i want to check my texts, what's going on here? [ laughter ] when am i going to be king already? am i going to knight this guy? [ applause ] >> it's like you were there.
>> jimmy: i'm sad that you're not going to be bond again, but i get it. i understand. you've had enough. >> i have. >> jimmy: do you get to choose? do you get any say in who the next bond is? >> no. >> jimmy: none at all? >> not my problem. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: nobody will run it by you? >> no. you know, i don't want to get involved in that. >> jimmy: would you have a problem with an american being the next james bond? >> i -- why? why would i have a problem with an american -- >> jimmy: i can't imagine. >> i feel you've got an issue here that needs to be sorted out. >> jimmy: me personally? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, i do. >> you need to know something, it's already happened. >> jimmy: what? >> i am a u.s. citizen. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> so it's already happened. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, great. oh, great. >> you just need to, you know -- you need to leave this alone. >> jimmy: take it all the way and denounce the queen, go ahead. [ laughter ] >> here and now? >> jimmy: that's right. >> which camera am i looking in? [ laughter ] no. no, i won't! >> jimmy: you won't. >> no! [ applause ]
>> jimmy: listen, until that happens -- the way i see it, we got a superman from england. we got a batman from ireland. we had a -- daniel day lewis played abraham lincoln, for god's sake. >> don't you think there are other problems bigger than this that you should be worried. >> about? [ laughter and applause. >> jimmy: i can't think of any. >> really? >> jimmy: this i how we get by, we focus on nonsense and let all the horrible things wash by until they bury us in the ground and we're dead. >> [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: i'm going to be buried out there on hollywood boulevard right next to your star at marshall marshall's. p>> you know who else i'm next to? bugs bunny. >> jimmy: that's a good one. was that a character you knew growing up? >> yes. >> jimmy: bugs bunny could be my favorite cartoon character. you know what i love about bugs bunny? he's a dick. [ laughter ] >> yeah, yeah, that's right. >> jimmy: jumping on that carrot -- >> yeah, to everybody. >> jimmy: messing with everybody. >> a relatable dick. >> jimmy: we're going do take a break. when we come back we have a clip
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are back with daniel craig. that is "no time to die." it opens friday. the new james bond movie. you know what i love about these movies, these james bond movies? i love -- well, there's a few things i love about them. what i love the most is when i leave the theater, i feel -- i have this feeling like i'm james bond. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i know i'm not. [ laughter ] >> yeah? >> jimmy: you are. >> yes. so how do i feel when i leave the cinema? >> jimmy: how do you feel? do you feel -- like me? [ laughter ] >> no -- yeah, i feel like you. >> jimmy: that would be weird. >> i need to go -- i feel like a dream is what i feel like, after seeing myself in a james bond movie. >> jimmy: can i tell you a true
story? we went to see the movie across the street at the movie theater. i was parked down in the bottom level. when i came up, i went up -- accidentally went up the wrong side. it was the down side. monday night, it was late, whatever. this old man came out and started yelling at me. >> because you were on the wrong side. >> jimmy: i was on the wrong side. i had to back up. he kept yelling even though i was backed up. sorry, whatever, i'm backing up. he's yelling, yelling, i'm like, boy, i'm really not james bond at all. [ laughter ] >> what would you have done? >> jimmy: spun the car around, driven off. [ laughter ] maybe had a little joke to hit him with as i left. [ laughter ] "have fun in the parking lot, old-timer, vroom!" grab a model off the street. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: can we show this video? in every bond movie, you do this. the white dots appear across the screen. >> here we go.
>> jimmy: then you have to walk out. and fire. at camera, at us, really. you shoot us, your audience. >> right there. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is the greatest thing to do? >> i've never seen them all put together like that that's really nice, thank you. >> jimmy: did you get better at it each time? >> no, i think i got worse. [ laughter ] genuinely. i look at the last one, hm. like, good we're stopping now. i was starting to skip a bit. getting a little too heat on my feet. >> jimmy: i see why you were watching prince charles instead of the movie. [ laughter ] driving yourself insane when you're doing it. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i'm sorry -- >> no. >> jimmy: i want to get one more in -- >> you promised. >> jimmy: i want to ask you about james bond stuff. when you're on set and i assume, you know, you have some people that remain from movie to movie, but most of them are different people. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you, the first time you say "bond, james bond." does everybody get really excited?
>> yes and no. i mean, it's kind of -- those that have been there before -- i mean, i'm so tied up with saying it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i can't really figure --. >> jimmy: you, yeah. but i would stand there like, "he just said it." [ laughter ] you know? >> they may do, they might do, i don't know. >> jimmy: do you have fun with that, think about going -- >> we tried to have a little bit of fun in this one. >> jimmy: well, you did it in a kind of way. >> i always tried to kind of subvert it a little bit. i feel like the weight of it is so great. >> jimmy: yeah. >> the first time i say it in "casino royale," in a documentary i talk about it. literally, i couldn't say it. i was like -- ugghhh -- [ mumbling ] suddenly the whole kind of like, you know, 20 movies or however many, the weight is there. i kind of always wanted, like the "shaken, not stirred."
one of the great lines in "casino royale," he says, shaken, not stirred? i say, do i look like i give a damn? in the original script it was do i look like i give a [ bleep ]? they couldn't have that. >> jimmy: i know. >> when i read that i'm in, that's what they tried to do, subvert them. we messed around with it in this, but i could never -- pierce had the same deal, he talks about it, he used to practice in the mirror over and over again. i used to practice in the mirror and think -- i couldn't believe i was james bond. it just -- it's impossible. >> jimmy: of course. yeah. okay, good, i'm glad you're having trouble with it too. [ laughter ] >> to this day. >> jimmy: it's great to see you. >> great to see you, thank you for having me. >> jimmy: the movie's terrific, "no time to die." it opens only in theaters friday. daniel craig, everybody. we'll be back with eric wareheim! ♪ since our beginning,
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♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hey, there. music from the band x ambassadors is on the way. you know our next guest as the eric half of the great comedy duo "tim amd eric." now he trades in "tim" for his love of food in his first-ever cookbook, "foodheim: a culinary adventure" is a "new york times" bestseller. please welcome eric wareheim. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: how you doing? >> good to see you. >> jimmy: very good to see you too. by the way, you'd be a great james bond. have you talked to anybody? >> yeah, i turned down a couple of those films. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah, busy eating pizzas, burgers, stuff like that. >> jimmy: i think people who are your fans would be very surprised to learn this is really a cookbook. >> yeah. and it's a great cookbook. it's a culinary bible. [ laughter ] you know, being a comic and doing tours and performing shows, all i do during the day is look up, where's the best taco after the show? where's that pizza, where's that burger? i became obsessed with food and i put it all in "foodheim." >> jimmy: i remember an email you sent me, wow, this is no kidding around. people say that about me when i send restaurant recommendations, i make notes and stuff. you really are on top of that stuff. >> i go full bore.
we took "master of none" to italy to shoot so we could make pasta on the show and eat pasta after the show. [ laughter ] that's the dedication. >> jimmy: that's your budget is what it is. [ laughter ] i want to go through some of the chapters, if i can. >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right. so first of all, you've got a chapter about circle foods. >> yes. [ laughter ] a circle is a perfect image. there's no beginning, no end, just like my culinary journey. [ laughter ] it's everything you love. burgers, tostadas. >> jimmy: grandma foods? i was looking at your recipe for the marinara sauce. and you said, don't forget to tell the sauce you love it. >> yeah. i mean, cooking is all about love. it's about nostalgia. it's about the smells of your grandma's brisket going to her house. >> jimmy: this is the chicken chapter. [ laughter ] >> everyone loves chicken. lots of fright chicken recipes in there.
schnitzel. >> jimmy: and the most disturbing of the chapters, the small horse chapter. [ laughter ] >> yeah. i got a little bit of pushback from the publisher on that one. but what i do say is that small horses are for petting, not eating. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's good, yeah. that's true. [ cheers and applause ] in some countries they my disagree, in france, for instance. here in the united states, we don't eat them. >> no, no. >> jimmy: how did this happen? what was the -- was there a moment -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: was it growing up that made you -- i hate the word foodie, but that? >> yeah, i think it was really being on tour, going to, you know -- going to places like chicago, trying new restaurants, deep dish pizzas. it kind of made you crazy. just like the thrust for that. >> jimmy: what's the best deep dish in chicago? >> pequod's.
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the pequod family is here. >> i loved pizza hut pan pizzas growing up. i reengineered that to make it at home, get the nice, crispy, buttery lace on that. i love the deep dish stuff. >> jimmy: what about a fancy restaurant? >> speaking of chicago, i think my whole food career kicked off with this restaurant, alinia. >> jimmy: i've been to that restaurant, yes. >> beautiful, it's like a magic show. i luckily got a reservation. at that time all the three michelin star restaurants you needed a blazer, which i didn't have, just a t-shirt. i asked the receptionist, do you happen to have a blazer i can borrow? she's like, you're not going to believe me, but michael jordan did a photo shoot here a year ago, and we have that blazer, we could lend to it you if you promise to give it back. and i was like, are you kidding me! yes! [ laughter ] they brought out this beautiful blazer, it was like silk, that's when he was wearing those big shoulder pads.
[ laughter ] he's my height, 6'6". and i put that blazer on. and i felt like superman. >> jimmy: i bet. >> yes. and i had the confidence to walk into that -- you know, three michelin star places are intimidating at first, but i had that michael jordan blazer. walked in did a five-hour dinner, it was beautiful. >> jimmy: that's when you decided you're going to start cooking yourself and dining like a gentleman. >> absolutely, yeah. it's just changing. you start respecting it. >> jimmy: you worked as a wedding photographer? >> yes. >> jimmy: i was a wedding deejay for years. >> i know, i love that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you like that job? >> it was the worst. [ laughter ] it was the most demeaning job ever. >> jimmy: me, too. same here. >> the worst part about it -- you know, it's long hours. it's ten hours of photographing a wedding. and you're hungry. and i did fancy weddings and i was like, oh, man, lobster, oysters. no. they give you stale -- a horrible sandwich. but i learned a technique from my mentor, how to get some of
those beautiful oysters and shrimp dippers. i can show you. >> jimmy: i'd love to see it, sure. >> you're photographing a little group here, aunt margaret, come on in. you start popping your flash. it distracts them, blinds them. pop, pop, pop. you take this hand, reach back. you've got to back up -- [ laughter ] grab the shrimp. perfect, got it! then i was like, oh, i'm going to take it to the next level. pop, pop, pop. margaret, get this shrimp, get in the cocktail sauce, big flip, bite it down, flip the tail, boom. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's very practical. >> yeah. >> jimmy: there's beautiful photographs in here. >> thank you. >> jimmy: this perhaps is my favorite. there are a number of photographs of you. >> yes. >> jimmy: and who is that? >> that is my nona, that is my grandma. because of grandma foods. >> jimmy: yeah. >> inspired by her cooking. >> jimmy: wow. and i understand she's here with us tonight?
>> she is. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there she is. hi, nona, how are you? >> i would love to bring her up if that's possible, she's never been to america, she'd love it. >> bring her up on stage? i don't know -- yeah, okay, all right, i guess. >> nona, come up! >> jimmy: come on up, nona. ♪ look at that, isn't that nice? >> look at this. >> jimmy: nona, do you want to have a seat? >> come on. come on, nona. >> jimmy: how are you? how you doing? welcome. [ laughter ] >> oh, she doesn't speak english. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh. [ applause ] what language does she speak? >> i don't know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: nona? are you proud of your grandson? >> i love you, nona. >> don't [ bleep ] touch me!
[ applause ] >> jimmy: oh, well that's -- i guess different cultures express themselves in different ways. [ laughter ] nona, would you mind standing up next to your grandson just for a minute, just so we can get a look at the two of you together? yes. yeah, there -- yeah. oh, look at that. [ cheers and applause ] wouldn't that look great on top of a wedding cake? well, there you go. that's eric wareheim and his nona. this is his book called "foodheim: a culinary adventure." it's out now. we'll be back with x ambassadors! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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