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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- rami malek, melissa benoist, and music from old dominion. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you. thanks very much. thank you. i'm jimmy, i am the host of the show. i thank you for watching at home. thank you for joining us here. i'm glad you survived the elements last night. boy, i tell you something, you guys know. the unthinkable happened last night here in los angeles. it rained. [ laughter ] rain came down, damnedest thing. we were all looking at each
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other, not kidding, "what is this, what's going on here?" we haven't seen rain since i don't even remember when. so i get home after the show. i open the door. my kids are like "dad!" it was as if i'd been lost at sea. [ laughter ] they were in a panic. because they don't know what rain is, they don't know what to do, it's not a normal thing. they're like "lock the doors! it's gonna get in!" really. [ laughter ] and then we watched this lightning storm. which i don't think i've ever seen anything like it. did you watch the lightning storm? >> guillermo: yes, jimmy. >> jimmy: incredible, yes? >> guillermo: it was nice, yeah. [ laughter ] >> guillermo: i watched it with my son. >> jimmy: i was with my daughter. my son was asleep, he missed the whole thing. we watched this for hours. after a whole day without instagram, it was like the sky was screaming "post me! post me!" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] show some of that video. this is what we were seeing here in l.a. for hours, it just kept happening. really, i think it made a penis shape there, right? [ laughter ] i don't know, i see them everywhere. [ laughter ]
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the lightning storm actually caused a 35-minute delay of the monday night football game last night, which was funny because this is the chargers' logo. [ laughter and applause ] it's like a miami game getting delayed by dolphins. so the game was delayed, for safety i guess and, of course, the announcers were left with the job of killing an unspecified amount of time. >> at the very top of the upper decks here at sofi stadium, there is some open exposure. so i guess -- >> they're leaving -- lightning can't go sideways, they can't play the game, but we're on the field? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right. anyone ever saw steve young play knows he's too fast to get hit by lightning. the other three might want to get rubber boots. lightning struck facebook. i don't know if you're aware. they got killed on "60 minutes" sunday night. followed by a major service outage, instagram and facebook out for six hours yesterday,
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what's happened? the only things working yesterday were the american people, for the first time in years. [ laughter ] the reason for the outage was "configuration changes on the backbone routers that coordinate network traffic between our data centers caused issues that interrupted this communication." in other words, zuckerberg tried to do it with a sex robot at wok again. [ laughter ] but that's not how the q crowd saw it. many q-anonners believed it was the start of what they call the "blackout," which is a long-awaited, ten-day, nationwide blackout. i don't know if it means the lights go out, the media is out, i don't know. but they believe everyone from tom hanks to joe biden will be arrested for sex trafficking. [ laughter ]pwhich they always o 11, don't they? why tom hanks? i mean, if you're gonna pick an actor, why not like charlie sheen? [ laughter ] something we could go, "well, maybe." [ applause ] what ever happened to reasonable crazy? good old-fashioned nuts? "hey look at me in this tinfoil hat! blocking the microwaves!"
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"okay buddy, looks good. take care!" now it's the apocalypse with everything. in the middle of the blackout, someone from q released a video that you may not have seen because facebook was down. >> citizens of the united states, the blackout has begun. facebook and instagram are no more. the global elitist pedophiles have been rounded up. the perverse cabal of world leaders -- biden, fauci, trudeau -- >> facebook's back up. >> what? >> instagram's back up too. it's all back up, i guess it was a software error or something. >> biden's been arrested, yeah? >> no, he's at the white house. >> trump is back in office? >> nope. he's in florida playing golf. >> oh -- dammit! ♪
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oh -- anyway, uh -- about that squid game. is that something or what? [ applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. you know, the q, this is interesting, i didn't know, q stands for quiznos. [ laughter ] the guy is the weekend manager there. makes a hell of a sandwich. facebook said that no user data was compromised during the blackout. it was not a hack, all your information is safe with them. your age, your height, weight, eye color, blood type. your birth date. your hopes, your dreams. your kidneys. all totally secure in the facebook vaults. [ laughter ] mark zuckerberg put out quite a statement. he wrote, "sorry for the disruption today, i know how much you rely on our services to stay connected with the people you care about." is it just me, or does that sound like a threat? [ laughter ] "i know how much you rely on our services to stay connected with the people you care about. it would be a shame if something were to happen to that connection with people you care about, wouldn't it?" the timing of the outage could
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not have been worse, or better, i'm really not sure, for facebook. the blackout was followed by a somewhat devastating congressional panel investigation this morning. democrats and republicans in the senate finally found something they can agree on, they both hate facebook. [ laughter ] so maybe it's not driving us apart. the senate now wants to hear from mark zuckerberg, who, as a result of the outage, lost almost $7 billion yesterday, but he's still okay money-wise. "forbes" today unveiled their annual list of the 400 richest americans. at the top of the heap, for the fourth year in a row, is jeff bezos. followed by elon musk, and mark zuckerberg. number two, number three. the three have a combined wealth of over $500 billion. which, i don't know, let's get 'em, right? [ cheers and applause ] what ever happened to good old-fashioned american tradition of taking lunch money from nerds like those? [ laughter ] speaking of hitting the jackpot, someone from california is about to strike it rich. a single winning ticket for the
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$700 million powerball jackpot was sold at a grocery store in morro bay, california, which is news that will definitely come as a disappointment to this gentleman at a store in shreveport, louisiana. >> i'm here with someone who has gotten their ticket. james, you bought your ticket. what are you going to do with that money if you win? >> definitely get a new super charged mustang with dual exhaust and about five kilos of cocaine, and i'll be good to go. [ laughter ] >> okay, so you like cars, you like cars. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, i snort cars. see, now that's the guy i'd like to see on the "forbes" list, right? [ laughter ] you know who wasn't on the "forbes" list, donald janet trump did not make, for the first time in 25 years did not make the list of the 400 richest people in america. which, you know, it's a good thing he's a secure guy who doesn't care about stuff like this. [ laughter ] i bet this upset him more than losing the election. really. [ laughter ]
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we got some fresh new insight about our crazy ex-president from a new tell-all book by fiona hill, trump's former top adviser on russia. the book is called "there is nothing for you here," which is also what melania says whenever donald tries to get into bed with her. [ laughter ] according to fiona hill, trump kept a list of all the foreign officials who made nasty comments about him. he would just record it, write it down, so he could pay them back. which is a big deal, because it would be the first time he ever paid anyone back, really. [ laughter ] how many books, from people who worked for him, will be enough before his supporters go, maybe, you know, maybe it's time to take the lawn sign down. [ laughter ] maybe he's not so great. everyone who worked for trump is turning on him. except for his former vice poodle. you remember the guy trump sent the mob in to kill? mike pence? as in "hang mike pence"? yes. well pence hilariously told sean hannity last night that he has a strong relationship with trump. he says they started amicably. just like o.j. and nicole.
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[ laughter and moans ] and he believes the media is to blame for focusing on january 6th instead of focusing on joe biden and afghanistan instead. >> we went 18 months without a single american casualty in afghanistan. but weakness arouses evil, sean. >> jimmy: you hear that? weakness arouses evil. that's what mother told him when she caught him in the bathroom with the victoria's secret catalogue. [ laughter ] he's never forgotten it. you know, this is nobel prize week. this is when they hand out the awards for chemistry, physics, et cetera. two california scientists won the nobel prize in medicine for their research on how the human body senses temperature through touch. basically they won for touching a stove and writing down "ouch" is what happened. [ laughter ] the nobel prize is obviously a big deal. some say they're even more important than a golden globe. [ laughter ] but i wonder how much people even pay attention. so we went out on the street and
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we asked people to name a nobel prize winner. any nobel prize winner, and not just this year. ever. and here is how that went. >> the nobel prizes are given out this week, as you well know. do me a favor. name as many nobel prize winners as you can. >> nobel prize winners? >> can you name a nobel prize winner? >> hm -- [ bleep ]. >> name as many nobel prize winners as you can or as many drinks from starbucks. >> okay. chai tea latte, iced americano, vanilla latte, strawberry refresher, mango dragonfruit refresher, dragon drink, caramel macchiato, apple crisp macchiato, green tea matcha latte. i'm forgetting a lot of stuff. >> now name a nobel prize winner.
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>> um -- so i don't read. so i can't answer that one. >> name somebody who has not won a nobel prize. >> albert einstein. [ buzz ] >> he has won a nobel prize. >> let me help you out. nobel prize winners. martin? >> martin lawrence. [ buzz ] >> the dalai? >> dolly parton. [ buzz ] >> mother? >> goose. [ buzz ] >> jimmy? >> jimmy kimmel. [ buzz ] sounds like i need to pay closer attention to what's going on to these important people. >> then you wouldn't be on tv. >> i know! >> name as many nobel prize winners as you can or as many strains of pot as you can. >> einstein. [ ding ] i'll say marie curie, possibly. [ ding ] and -- i don't know. i guess obama won one a couple of years ago. [ ding ]
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>> that was a surprise twist. way to go against type, brendan. [ applause ] >> jimmy: nobody's going to get a nobepr students. they want the kids to wear masks, which doesn't seem like a lot to ask during a pandemic. but it upset some parents so much, they decided to stage a protest outside the chairwoman of the school board's house. >> i see you in there, shirley, we want you to come out for a redress of grievances. we know the next step is from mask to vaccine, and this will not happen. this is the line we will die on. >> that's right! no to vaccines! no to vax! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. says a guy who is wearing a mask! as he walks by! [ laughter ] what is going on? what is wrong with these people? [ applause ] it's amazing how far we haven't
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come since the start of this. but it's interesting to look back at why. to look back at what was in the news and who was in the news exactly one year ago, and with that said it's time for an early october edition of "this week in covid history." >> this week in covid history, october 2020, the president is back. >> i just left walter reed medical center. now i'm better and maybe i'm immune, i don't know. >> you know what they say, what doesn't kill you makes you "wronger." >> i learned so much about the coronavirus and one thing that's for certain, don't be afraid of it. >> don't be afraid of it. the same thing he told stormy when she locked herself in the bathroom. >> science, medicine will eradicate the china virus once and for all. it's going to disappear. it is disappearing. >> but until then -- >> perhaps you recognize me, it's your favorite president. if you're in the hospital and you're feeling really bad, i heard about this drug, it's called regeneron. i wasn't feeling so hot, they gave me regeneron, and it was like unbelievable.
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i feel great. i feel like perfect. regeneron. i call that a cure. >> warning, not a cure. >> on to the vp debate to address the nation's problems head-on. cling h care. >> abortion. >> gun control. >> systemic racism. >> did you say a fly? >> a fly lands on mike pence's head. >> a fly landed mike pence's head. >> that fly nested in his hair. >> did he know the fly was on his head? >> the aforementioned fly. >> the fly on mike pence's head. [ speaking foreign language ] [ speaking foreign language ] >> help me, mother! mother! >> this has been "this week in covid history." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that last thing didn't happen, did it? well, most of it did. we have a good show. from "super girl," melissa
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, welcome back to the show. her new book "the powers: haven's secret" comes out october 26th. melissa benoist is here. [ cheers and applause ] then later, their fourth album, "time, tequila and therapy" comes out friday. old dominion, from the mercedes-benz stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night, daniel craig and eric wareheim will join us with music from x ambassadors. and on thursday, ellen pompeo, henry winkler, and billy idol. by the way, i thought of a great
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prank. >> cleto: i'm in. >> jimmy: i'm going to pull on one of my comedian friends. we'll have a show, a big show, a comedy show. i'm going to pass out mittens to everyone in the audience beforehand. [ laughter ] >> guillermo: okay. [ applause ] >> jimmy: it won't sound anything like that, it will sound like that, she's doing it again. all right. our first guest won an oscar for his portrayal of freddie mercury, an emmy for "mr. robot." and now he intends to rule the world in the new james bond movie, "no time to die." it's only in theaters starting friday. please welcome rami malek. ♪ cheers and applause ]- >> jimmy: it's very good to see
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you. before we get into anything i want to ask you, and please be honest, did you hack into facebook yesterday? [ laughter ] >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: had nothing to do with it? okay. today is global james bond day. >> yeah, how about that? >> jimmy: it's like the anniversary of the first movie, of -- >> "dr. no," right. >> jimmy: also global teachers day. >> teachers day. >> jimmy: and your brother is a teacher. >> you're the man. >> jimmy: your twin brother. >> i have a twin brother, my twin brother is a teacher. >> jimmy: did you wish him a happy teachers day? >> i wished him a happy james bond day. [ laughter and applause ] a priority. >> jimmy: you were at the big world premiere in london last week. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: the royals were there and everything. >> i know. >> jimmy: that's weird, huh? >> it is weird. well, especially -- i mean, tells you it's a special event. a film like bond deserves something like that. last time i was there at royal albert hall, it was the baftas, so i had some familiarity with
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princess kate and prince will. >> jimmy: really? >> that was lovely, yes. >> jimmy: you chatted with them? >> we had a little chat. a nice little chat. >> jimmy: wow. >> what's fascinating is they work so hard to get to know everybody, you know, who's done whatever film they've done, their past films. you can see they've done their homework. and i just looked at princess kate at one point and i said, this must be exhausting. and she said, why? you just had a baby, right? i think she was taken aback. she said, how are you doing? and i said, no, how are you? [ laughter ] in the most regal, elegant way she's like, you know -- gave me a look. but you can tell. dressed to the nines, have to talk to all these actors. >> jimmy: not only that. it's one thing to be an actor, people know who you are. i just did it with you, i want to know what the conversation was. everybody wants to know what the conversation was. so they have to be super careful all the time. >> they're so careful.
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but it was so cool. i think i caught her off guard for a second. and, you know, had that look of -- in the most elegant, professional, royal way. yes, it's a lot, having a kid. >> jimmy: what about prince charles? did he show any emotion? >> the funniest thing about that was, i said, if you ever need a day off, some time off, i'm backup for you. [ laughter ] she's like, what do you mean? i go, i can babysit, you guys go out, have a good time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you say this before or after the movie? >> this was at the baftas. >> jimmy: oh, i see, okay. i think after seeing the movie they're not going to want you to babysit at all. [ laughter ] >> that's very funny, yeah. that's so true. >> jimmy: you're not babysitting for anybody ever again. >> hell no. i would say, after freddie, people would say hi all the time. after this film, people are going to move to the opposite side of the street. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it is funny. i thought you were great in the
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movie. the movie's really good. but i was watching. i'm like, boy, i know this guy. you really are such a friendly guy, not just on the show, but to everybody. but boy, you're scary in the movie. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i guess that's called acting. >> i guess so, yeah. [ laughter ] i try to be a sweetheart. that's good, yeah. versatility, i hope. >> jimmy: versatility is good, yeah. here you are -- >> that's another versatile guy. >> jimmy: with james bond. >> look at that man. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: resplendent in his pink tuxedo. what's going on here? >> as you were saying, this is right before the royals came in. >> jimmy: oh. >> so we were just chilling, kind of having a good time, trying to kind of break the ice. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why is he moving away from you in an alarmed fashion? >> who wouldn't? [ laughter ] i don't know, we've become really good friends. >> jimmy: have you? >> it's weird, i get to dip james bond every once in a while. [ laughter ] he's cool with it. >> jimmy: really? it was a long time ago you shot this movie.
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>> yeah, and it's given us time to build camaraderie. two years ago. >> jimmy: how does it work? he's james bond, no question about it. >> iconic, the best of the best. >> jimmy: you're the question mark in this thing. i mean, like as far as -- [ laughter ] i mean, as far as who's going to be in the movie. we know he's going to be in the movie. how does it work when you're going to be in the movie? do you have to meet him beforehand and he goes, okay, he can be in the movie? >> that's a good question. i was in the makeup trailer, i have a lot of prosthetics in the film. i had to get a break, it takes about 2 1/2 hours. i walk outside of the trailer and i see what looks to be that charismatic james bond that we know, daniel craig. he's about 300 feet away, and quickly i just run back in the trailer because i thought, i don't want him to meet me this way, i want him to see me as total villain. >> jimmy: oh. >> right? i peek back out. and i see him, eyes light up, not my coolest moment.
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because i had to come back out and greet him. and he appeared from 300 feet -- he was almost instantly right in front of me. [ laughter ] if you don't know, this guy, daniel craig, he's like a cheetah. [ laughter ] that guy is the fastest -- he's lightning fast. >> jimmy: is he? >> he comes up to me, he kind of looks, took a step back. i said, okay, that's cool, because he'd seen the prosthetic and it threw him off a bit. he put his arms around me and he goes, "it's going to be okay." [ laughter ] which i thought is a weird thing >> jimmy: yeah. >> to a guy playing a super villain and your archnemesis. >> jimmy: yeah, it automatically puts him above you that he's comforting you. >> yeah, i know. i never thought about it like that. >> jimmy: yes, he's diabolical that james bond. >> yes, he is. >> jimmy: that's why he's james bond. >> i guess. he's the real villain. >> jimmy: it's all a matter of perspective. >> it is, right? >> jimmy: when we come back, we'll take a look at the new movie. it's called "no time to die." rami malek is with us. we'll be right back.
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we want to be told how to live. and then die when we are not looking. people want oblivion. and a few of us are born to build it for them. so here i am, their invisible god. sneaking under their skin. >> you know that history isn't kind to those who play god. >> and you don't? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: rami malek and daniel craig in "no time to die." >> yeah, you definitely don't want that guy babysitting, that's for sure. >> jimmy: that's not a friendly babysitter type for sure. for that and many reasons. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that lizard skin you had on, that had to be hive now-addais -- did you ever think in that makeup chair, i could do this with a snapchat filter,
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probably, right? [ laughter ] >> yeah, no, i didn't have that thought. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you did not. >> no. i don't even know what that is. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you are now immortalized in the james bond canon. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and another big thing, you're hosting "saturday night live" the week after next. [ cheers and applause ] crazy. i wonder if you saw this. since i mentioned "saturday night live," kevin nealon, "the weekend update" anchor, did you see the picture he drew of you, painted? >> no. >> jimmy: kevin nealon painted this picture of you. go on his instagram page. [ applause ] >> kevin nealon is no longer my friend. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? it's a caricature. >> very cool. can i have that? >> jimmy: i bet you could have the real one if you wanted. >> no, i want that one. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'll have kevin sign it for you. pretty cool, huh? >> very cool. i love that, actually. >> jimmy: kevin is there staring at your face. that amount of time. >> i know. >> jimmy: it makes you wonder
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about kevin. >> has he done one for you? >> jimmy: he hasn't, it's not that i haven't hinted. [ laughter ] he hasn't, yeah. i think he decided he doesn't want to spend that much time with my face. >> probably. >> jimmy: we have a special something. we have a special treat for everyone in our audience -- except for one girl who won't clap the right way. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] okay, look, good, right. >> what heat she has got tonight. what heat. how great is this gift? >> jimmy: it's pretty great. >> i'm excited about it. >> jimmy: i wish i had seen the movie -- i did see it in the theater. >> you didn't see it on this particular -- >> jimmy: i didn't, i would like to. >> what is it that we're sharing? >> jimmy: we are giving tickets to see the new movie "no time to die" in imax to everyone in our audience, gets a pair of tickets. [ cheers and applause ] they'll see it in like -- the big deal. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: have you seen it in
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imax? >> i have seen it on imax, yeah. i remember there were moments in the film where we had to take a special imax camera for certain sequences. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> that are devoted to that type of experience. >> jimmy: so is it different, the imax film? or are they still identical, exactly the same? >> no, they're -- it's a little bit different. it's funny. >> jimmy: wow. >> you shoot for imax, you shoot for traditional, you even have to shoot for iphone. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is that right? >> yes. >> jimmy: it's "i" everything. >> i'm not joking. >> jimmy: did you really have to do a special shot for iphone? >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: that's really weird. >> i know. but imax -- >> jimmy: the audience is not going to see it in iphone, they're going to see it in imax, which is even better. [ cheers and applause ] thanks. great to see you. rami malek. >> great to see you. >> jimmy: see him in "no time to die." it opens in theaters and imax friday. we'll be back with melissa benoist! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: all right, we are back. music from old dominion is on the way. i want to say to the audience who we gave tickets for free, please don't leave until the show is over. [ laughter ] you know our next guest from six seasons of "supergirl." next month, she hangs up her cape for good, and in the meantime, she wrote a book "the powers: haven's secret" comes out october 26th. please welcome melissa benoist. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ >> jimmy: how are you doing? >> i'm doing great. this is great! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you probably haven't been in a room with people for a while, right? >> no, no. >> jimmy: how long has it been since you've been in a room with a lot of people? >> i guess i was at work, so -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah. but nobody's cheering right? >> no, that felt great. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: when you say you were at work, were you doing "supergirl"? >> yes. >> jimmy: are you still filming? >> no, finished. two months ago, a month and a half ago. >> jimmy: you're done? >> done. >> jimmy: wow. did you have the emotional good-bye and all that stuff? >> we did, yeah, yeah. i mean, six years. you spend more time with a lot of the crew than you do with your loved ones, a lot of times. >> jimmy: right. >> big family. i'm going to miss some of those people so much. but you know what, i'm not -- i have to say, i don't know if
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i'll miss flying. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you won't miss flying? >> i hurt my body so much. >> jimmy: flying seems very glamorous when we see it on the show or in a movie or something like that. >> right. >> jimmy: but you're not really flying, first of all, that takes a lot of the fun out of it. and then you're -- have they advanced flying? like on camera over the last 30 years? >> i don't think so. i think -- someoe told me, i think it's been the same since christopher reeve's day. >> jimmy: really? so you're just on wires and hanging? >> wires and a harness that's like a diaper. >> jimmy: doing this? >> yeah, doing this. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the way to do it, right? >> you do it better than i do. >> jimmy: interesting, wow, yeah. you won't get to fly anymore, you won't want to fly anymore. >> i'm sure i'll miss it months from now. i say that now because it's fresh. >> jimmy: i have a theory about flying. it's a weird one but go with me on this. >> okay. >> jimmy: everybody says, i wish i could fly. >> right. >> jimmy: and -- like birds can
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fly, obviously most birds can fly, with the power of their wings. we're not going to be flying like supergirl, who's defying gravity, we'd have to power ourselves, right? my theory is, if we could fly, we probably wouldn't. [ laughter ] >> right. you know what, i never thought of that. that's a really good point. >> jimmy: it's like running. we don't do it that much. right? like, oh, you know what, i'm not -- oh, forget it, i'm just going to -- that's my theory about flying. [ laughter and applause ] what happens when you're done with the show? do you keep the costume? >> i'm not at liberty to say. >> jimmy: you stole the costume. >> i do have to say -- i can tell you this. over the course of six years of the show, there were all these little dinosaur figurines on the set, the office. and i would just swipe them every here and there. so i have amassed a big collection of dinosaur figurines from the set of "supergirl." >> jimmy: and you have the costume. [ laughter ] wouldn't it be funny -- it would
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be unprecedented and funny if they had you arrested for taking the costume. because really, it's not your costume, is it? >> it's not. >> jimmy: no, yeah. but now it is. [ laughter ] will you put it in a box or on a -- some kind of a mannequin or something? or will it just go in your closet? >> what, in my bond villain lair? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't know how i would handle it if i was a "superperson." >> i don't know either. i don't know how i would handle it either. i don't know if i would wear it on halloween with my child. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i do want to mention your book, you wrote a book with your sister. >> yes. >> jimmy: whose idea was this? >> i mean, it's been -- have to say, my sister has been writing as long as i can remember. she would fill those spiral notebooks you would get for school every year, she would fill them cover to cover, always writing stories. always, always, always. >> jimmy: did she save those? >> i don't know, actually. >> jimmy: this is not one of
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those stories? >> this is not one of those stories. but she's such a good writer. when we had the idea for this, we were heavily influenced -- our grandparents would take us into nature in colorado, all the national parks in the four corners area. >> jimmy: my grandma took me to bingo once. [ laughter ] >> i love bingo. >> jimmy: yeah, we had fun. so you guys would -- you really got out there and did a lot of things? >> yeah, and that really inspired this story. and it's really centered around these twin sisters, and sisterhood is obviously very important to me because i have not just my sister jessica, who i wrote the book with, we have a younger sister. so that was really fun to kind of explore. >> jimmy: did your younger sister feel left out of the book-writing process? >> i haven't spoken to her. and i don't think so. i hope not. >> jimmy: are you going to have to now do a project with her to make up for it? >> i think now i do. >> jimmy: yeah, at least make a craft or something like that.
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the book is about girls who are what age? >> around 13. >> jimmy: around 13 years old, okay. well, i think that's about how old you are in this photograph that we have here. is this a halloween party? [ applause ] >> it's actually not halloween. that was my 13th birthday. >> jimmy: what? >> yes. [ laughter ] the theme was "movie musical character costumes." which is pretty niche for a 13-year-old. >> jimmy: yeah. >> my costume, i went as donnie osmond from "joseph and the amazing technicolor dreamcoat." [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that's donnie osmond? >> yeah, my mom made that for me. i don't know if the rest of my friends got the assignment. [ laughter ] my friend gillian there is holly golightly, which isn't a musical. >> jimmy: funny, my sister loved donnie osmond when we were kids.
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one of donnie's things was he loved purple. so it almost is as if you're in the wrong outfit here. [ laughter ] but of course, that was 1979. i think that you're -- i would think you're a little bit out of donnie's demo, but i guess not. >> you know, his reach, it's vast. >> jimmy: it is. >> all the way to the year 2000. >> jimmy: it's now spread its tentacles to las vegas. people are mesmerized by donnie osmond. and i can't say that i blame them. did you have this on cd, or dvd, or what? >> the photo? >> jimmy: no, the -- >> i had it on dvd. >> jimmy: all right, wow. yeah, you were a weird kid. [ laughter ] >> i definitely was. >> jimmy: you know, i know you know about this. i want to remind you of it because when my daughter was little, my daughter jane, we would watch -- it was like, oh, this is a show we can watch together. and anyway, she kind of liked the flying and the costumes. but she dressed up as supergirl for halloween. >> look at that face! >> jimmy: she's pretty cute. how old is your son now? >> he's 14 months.
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>> jimmy: 14 months. >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay. so jane dressed as supergirl again the following year. she was really -- >> did she? >> jimmy: she was into this supergirl thing. i thought this would be a nice gift for your son, actually. that's for you if you want to open that. i can open it for you, which is for time-saving purposes. there you go. this is for halloween. and you know, i figured since my daughter dressed as you for halloween, maybe your son would want to -- you know. [ laughter and applause ] i don't know if you have anything planned yet. >> oh my god. it's the right size and everything. oh my gosh, this is brilliant. >> jimmy: you know, if people get confused, you can tell them he's a rabbi or something. [ laughter ] >> what did they make this beard out of? >> jimmy: that's out of my own armpit hair. >> i figured. >> jimmy: the team came and up sheared me this afternoon. so it's all original, don't worry about that.
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anyway, it's a little gift for the boy. >> i love it, thank you so much. >> jimmy: you're welcome. i think he'll probably get a ton of candy in that thing. >> probably. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. >> it's so good to see you. >> jimmy: the book is called "the powers: haven's secret." it comes out october 26th. melissa benoist, everybody, supergirl. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with music from old dominion! ♪ ♪ i thought i was managing my moderate to severe crohn's disease. then i realized something was missing...
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: all right, this is an album, this is their album called "time, tequila and therapy." it comes out on friday. here with the song "i was on a boat that day," old dominion! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ i remember it like it was yesterday 'cause it was i was
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letting this sun ♪ ♪ and the rum just do what it does i threw my phone in the water ♪ ♪ little push off the dock she was packing her bags i was poppin' a top ♪ ♪ is she gone for the summer gone for the night gone for the weekend or the rest of my life ♪ ♪ was she laughing was she crying as she walked away i can't say ♪ ♪ i was on a boat that day the river was rolling i was getting my float on she was telling me so long ♪ ♪ i was already so long gone yeah she could have been halfway to houston ♪ ♪ but i didn't care i was drunk as a skunk eating lunch with a cross eyed bear ♪ ♪ you've been there she was looking for something better than me ♪
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♪ i was looking for nothing just riding the breeze is she gone for the summer ♪ ♪ gone for the night gone for the weekend or the rest of my life was she laughing ♪ ♪ was she crying as she walked away i can't say i was on a boat that day ♪ ♪ the river was rolling i was getting my float on she was telling me so long i was already so long gone ♪ ♪ ♪ la la la da da da la la la ♪ ♪ i remember it like it was yesterday ♪ ♪ 'cause it was and i still got a buzz is she gone for the summer gone for the night ♪ ♪ gone for the weekend or the rest of my life was she laughing was she crying as ♪ ♪ she walked away i can't say ♪ ♪ i was on a boat that day the river was rolling ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have so many people to thank tonight. i'm going to begin with thanking rami malek, melissa benoist, old dominion for being here. apologies to matt damon, he will be rescheduled. tomorrow night, daniel craig and eric wareheim with music from x ambassadors. [ cheers and applause ] "nightline" is next, and they've been expecting you. i hope you have fun with them, i think you're really going to like them. good night, everybody.
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