tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC October 29, 2021 11:35pm-12:37am PDT
>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- tracy morgan, penn badgley, and music from billy strings. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hello. thank you. welcome, welcome. hi, there. that's very nice. thank you. thanks. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. [ cheers and applause ] we are back to work. thank you for braving the elements to be with us on a rare day of rain here in southern california. this morning, everyone in l.a. went in the closet and found their one and only waterproof jacket.
[ laughter ] oh, my boots are here. it's so funny when it rains here. my favorite thing is seeing how my co-workers dress. usually everyone is in jeans, maybe a button down shirt. but the second there's a drizzle, everyone shows up dressed like the gorton's fisherman. [ laughter ] it's incredible. you know we had an earthquake yesterday at 7:00 a.m. it measured a magnitude of 3.6. for those of who are not familiar with what that means, i don't know, no one does. i didn't even feel it. >> i didn't feel it either. >> jimmy: were you in bed when it happened? >> i woke up around 8:00 or something. [ laughter ] so i didn't feel it at all. >> jimmy: they should start measuring earthquakes by how many people post about them on social media. [ laughter ] "did you feel that 2 million tweeter last night?" [ laughter ] but the rain, even though the earth itself shook under our backs, the rain today was the much bigger story. and whenever it rains even a weather and news people go hog - wild. >> it's ominous, dark clouds are
here. and we're starting to see a very light drizzle. you probably can't see it over the camera right now and the lights. >> we're just now starting to get a light rain here in santa clarita. >> rain hasn't reached you yet? >> kit earlier, the ground is still a little wet. >> i don't know if you can see it, but there are some sprinkles as anticipated. >> we have a camera to show you hollywood, but we keep losing it, and maybe that's rain related. it's raining here in hollywood. and not just from the camera, i walked outside and saw it. >> if you haven't take an shower yet today, don't bother. just come to west lake village, we are absolutely seasoned. >> it's just enough to ruin one's hair. >> this is a live view, street vision. the wipers are on. it's a little misty. >> in case you didn't know it, it's wet outside and has been for many, many hours. it's an annoyance at this point. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: they got the jet boat just in case. don't worry. the governor has activated the
national guard. we're going to be okay. [ laughter ] it was a dreary weekend for the dodgers, who will not get a chance to defend their title. the atlanta braves are headed to the world series instead, where they will face the houston astros. the series hasn't even started and the astros have already been cursed. by a retweet from ted cruz. look closely at that photo. [ laughter ] those aren't streamers. that's the ink ted squirts when he gets excited. [ laughter ] on the football field, tom brady scored another major career milestone yesterday. during tampa bay's win over the chicago bears. brady is now the inaugural member of what they call the 600 touchdown club. can you call it a club when there's only one person in it? [ laughter ] like would i be the "inaugural member" of the "took my clarinet to homecoming" club? [ laughter ] so the receiver who caught the record-setting pass, wide receiver mike evans, for him, it was only his 66th touchdown. he generously, and unwittingly, gave the historic ball away to a fan who was wearing a mike evans jersey. >> watch this, evans -- no, you
cannot do that, mike! mike, mike! >> that's the only 600 touchdown. what happened here? >> watch this. realizing, oh my gosh, i gave it away, the football! >> oh, no! >> now you're about to see one of the great negotiations in nfl history. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and then there's a bit of back and forth, and eventually the fan returns the ball. which an expert estimated was worth at least half a million dollars, possibly more. [ groans ] maybe up to a million dollars. a local reporter caught up with the fan, a guy named byron kennedy, who shed light on what went down during the exchange. >> i told the trainer no twice. finally i said yes. >> how did he convince you? >> he just asked a couple of times. he said tom brady really wanted it. i was able to take pictures, all that sort of stuff. he said tom brady might say hey. thank me. hopefully i'll get to shake his
hand, at least. >> jimmy: yeah. imagine you find yourself on national television with millions of people watching you on the same day you decided to wear that hat. [ laughter ] [ applause ] this is good too. this is from a college game, mississippi state and vanderbilt. the bulldogs won it, and afterwards, their coach mike leach treated us to one of the most delightful post-game interviews i've ever seen. it's long, but stick with it, you'll be glad you did. >> we talked about on the broadcast how you hate candy corn. what's your favorite halloween candy? >> candy corn. i completely hate candy corn. when i was a kid -- well, gummy bears. let's see. gummy bears for sure. >> sour or regular? >> the hairibo ones. got to be the hairibo ones. and then the other thing i like is when they used to have the -- the squeeze in a box, outstanding. you have to go to the dollar store to find it, but i do. and then the latest, you know, there's still candy animation, although a while back i found
out europe had better candy than we did overall because head of gummy everything. but then the -- you know, they have those nerds clusters, which is new. which is good. the nerds clusters is good. and then if you go chocolate, probably almond joy. >> hopefully you'll get some of that next week. >> we'll see. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: if anyone that looks like him shows up at your door trick or treating, give him the whole bowl. [ laughter ] that is a man who appreciates candy. meanwhile, the sour patch kid of the nba, kyrie irving, is still refusing to get vaccinated, which means he will ride the bench for the nets. this was the scene in brooklyn during the nets home opener yesterday. a group of anti-vaxers showed up to terrorize security guards who had nothing to do with this at all. look at how crazy this is. they're saying they haven't seen a mob like this in brooklyn since they introduced the cronut. [ laughter ]
the signs were almost as nutty as the people carrying them. like this guy. "stand with kyrie." you know you're on the wrong side when white power santa claus is backing you up. [ laughter and applause ] kyrie irving famously said he wasn't sure the world was round. he's been following and liking posts from a conspiracy theorist who claims the vaccine is part of a scheme to connect black people to a master computer as part of a satanic plan. does satan really need a computer? [ laughter ] it seems like he worked without one for a really long time. [ laughter ] it's a shame for the fans in brooklyn who were expecting to have this great team. instead they're 1-2. but i think i have an idea for potentially making everyone very happy. >> now it's kyrie irving. against hashi mora. irving lets it fly. he's got it. kyrie irving! [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: nike could make a lot of money selling those.
speaking of satanic plans, facebook is gearing up for another bad week after more than 10,000 pages of internal documents were leaked to the press. "the facebook papers," which is what they're being called, provide an unprecedented view into how executives at the social media giant weigh trade-offs between public safety and their own bottom line. turns out the way they weigh them is incorrectly. [ laughter ] mark zuckerberg told congress last year that the company removes 94% of the hate speech it finds. but researchers discovered that facebook was actually removing less than 5% of hate speech. and you know how they discovered this? they went on facebook. [ laughter ] [ applause ] are we really surprised by this? finding out "what did facebook know?" let me clear it up for you. they know everything. they know your social security number. they know where you live. what you're having for lunch. they know the winners of the next five super bowls. they're basically spectre. but we can't stop! we have to monitor the weight of our former love interests.
[ laughter ] we are learning more about who was behind the january 6th attack on the capitol in an explosive report from "rolling stone." two people who helped organize the rally in d.c. that became an insurrection said they planned the event with several republican members of congress. they had dozens of planning meetings with members of congress and white house staff. lauren boebert of colorado, louie gohmert of texas, marjorie taylor greene of mordor -- [ laughter ] and several others were said to be in on these plans to overturn -- what a sad lineup that is, the legion of dumb. [ laughter ] representative paul gosar of arizona was named too. this guy. gosar. when he was running for office, six of his siblings made an attack ad against him and called him a traitor. before he was one of the most hated members of congress, he ps family. [ laughter ] he reportedly told the
organizers repeatedly that they'd get a "blanket pardon" from trump. and they were all like, wow, if there's one thing we know about donald trump, he's as good as his word. louisiana louisiana [ laughter ] of course, the insurrection did not work. joe biden is our president. this morning, the bidens dropped by a preschool class in new jersey where they were met by a very enthusiastic group of young fans. >> hey, guys, how are you? how are you doing? hello, how are you? let's go over here. >> jimmy: yeah, just stand over there. [ laughter ] next time, maybe dress up as one of the dogs from "paw patrol." you'll get a much better response. [ laughter ] on the subject of unfriendly children, donald trump jr. is -- [ laughter ] -- hard at work making cameo
videos, and -- that's it, really, that's all he does. he has a website. and this is a real item he just posted for sale. a shirt that says "guns don't kill people, alec baldwin kills people." [ moans ] what a kind and wonderful person. all proceeds from the sale of the shirt go up -- his one working nostril. [ laughter ] no, they go to his bank account. and the good news is, they're made in the usa. the one time those ghouls make something in the usa, it's this. i'm not even sure what to say about this. this surprises me, even from him. i'd like to imagine don jr. at the pearly gates, st. peter is out front, he has no notes. usually he's got a clipboard, but this time he just says "quick question. did you make these shirts to sell on your website? okay, hell." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: put him in the chevy vega to hell." the number one movie in the country this weekend was "dune." "dune" made over $40 million at the box office.
people went to the movies to see it. even though i watched it for nothing on hbo. [ laughter ] whenever a major motion picture comes out, we unleash our in-house movie critic, yehya, to review it. here he is now talking about the new movie "dune." ♪ >> action. hi, it's me, yehya. i talk about the new movie, is -- u, u, u, u, and me. okay? the movie, very good, is in the desert. looks like "star wars." you know? >> this is only the beginning. >> the young girl, she's named zanda. she's also in the show. aphoria. she in the movie also. it's not toby maguire. she's also in the new movie with short english guy. she's also in the new movie with lebron james, the basketball. the cartoon, okay? and then the young boy, he's in
the movie with the guy, i got a picture with him, gay in italy. you know, with the beard. his name is isaac. he's in the "star war." and his friend, the drop, the two ball. one ball big, one ball small. >> what sit, buddy? >> i love the "star war" guy. the guy with the hood, his name is jeffrey, and he's a good actor and he mary vanilla b. pc. he's in the country "no country for old guy." he go look, follow this guy, george bro. and the movie "superhero," he snap his finger, he say, everybody die. go watch the movie in theater. and the computer, go watch it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, yehya. we've got a fun show for you tonight- penn badgley is here. we have music from billy strings. and we'll be back with tracy morgan.
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>> jimmy: hi, there. welcome back to the show. tonight, from the very popular series "you" on netflix, penn badgley is here. [ cheers and applause ] then later, he is a grammy award-winner. his latest album of bluegrass music is called "renewal." billy strings from the mercedes-benz stage. [ applause ] tomorrow night, jeremy renner and olivia rodrigo will join us. our first guest is one of the funniest and most sexually potent men in all the world. [ laughter ] he is here tonight to remind us that season four of his show "the last o.g." premieres
tomorrow night on tbs. please say hello to tracy morgan. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: looking good. is this your halloween costume? >> no, i'm out there fighting crime on those streets. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're fighting crime? >> yeah, i'm fighting crime. i'm superman, the man with a chain and earring. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: does the chain hit superman in the face when he flies? >> sometimes. [ laughter ] how you know? >> jimmy: i just -- >> can i say something to you?
like i told aquaman, lois lane is my woman. >> jimmy: did outcoaquaman -- >> he tried to push up on her. tried to push up. pshe was swimming, went for a swim at the beach and he came out of nowhere. riding on some whale or something. i came out of the sky, swooped down. that's my woman. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why are you -- >> i got something going on at the fortress of solitude, watching netflix over there. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what is going on? are you -- is this for a role? >> yeah. superman. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: superman for -- >> i'm a hero. >> jimmy: for what, specifically? >> huh? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean, like, superman -- >> i just got tired of superman being white. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh. >> you know, switch it up. superman is black with a gut. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i like it. >> yeah, that's right. >> jimmy: i have read those stories about perhaps d.c.
comics is looking to cast a black actor. >> and here he is. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: i think it's a great choice. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm not scared of no kryptonite. i ain't scared of no -- can i say something to you? >> jimmy: yes, please. >> i'm a method actor. durrell is my father. >> jimmy: durrell? not kalo but durell? >> his name is durrell. [ applause ] >> jimmy: all right. >> durrell lee morgan. >> jimmy: oh, i love it. your parents -- your adopted parents, are they still a white family in kansas? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they are, okay. are they the kent family? [ applause ] are they still like -- are you still clark kent? is that your secret identity? it's not? >> derek kent. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. you just really like the only name whiter than clark is derek
i feel. >> i don't mess with clark. >> jimmy: so you're derek kent. >> d-low. they call me d-low on the streets. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you said you still have a problem with kryptonite. does that mean you're still from krypton? >> i ain't got no problem with kryptonite. i ain't scared of no rock. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so there's no substance that weakens you? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what? >> cream of wheat. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: if you eat it, or it gets near you? >> i'm watching. [ laughter ] i see crime right here in your mind. >> jimmy: you look great. have you been working out for this? >> no. >> jimmy: no, not at all? [ laughter ] no. no, you've been -- >> lifting 40s. >> jimmy: do you drink beer?
>> no, i'm not a beer drinker. >> jimmy: i saw pictures of you at the knicks game. the home opener. >> chuck drury, right? that's called truck. >> jimmy: why is it called truck? >> that's me and ferg right there. that's asop ferg. >> jimmy: just to be clear, that's asop ferg, this is not. [ laughter ] >> i don't know that dude right there. >> jimmy: why is it called truck jewelry? >> because it look is like truck cables. >> jimmy: oh. it's not because of the walmart truck? [ laughter ] >> it could be because of that too. >> jimmy: could be because of that too, okay. >> i'm out there, i'm looking for amazon this time. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i'm going big. i've got to go big. i'm on that turnpike. i'm out there on that turnpike. got a lawn chair. now looking for amazon. >> jimmy: and then you're sitting right there courtside with michael j. fox. and his wife -- >> yeah, one of my comedic heroes, too.
>> jimmy: me too. do you talk to him much? >> yes, he set us up. he owe me like. >> jimmy: 16. [ laughter ] >> he owe me money. i want my money, mike. >> jimmy: that was a great game. game was double overtime. >> whenever you see spike lee in a suit running up and down the courts, new york pride is back. >> jimmy: spike lee is always there. no matter how the knicks lose -- >> wasn't there for eight years. he was in brooklyn for eight years. >> jimmy: oh, i see. >> he came back. now he's in new york. we good. ahead of schedule. >> jimmy: brooklyn is in new york, you know that, right? >> it is? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, that's part of the whole deal. it doesn't matter. >> i was born in brooklyn. >> jimmy: were you? i thought you were from the bronx. >> no, i was born in brooklyn. then moved to the bronx. >> jimmy: what part of brooklyn? >> bay side, brooklyn. take the girl, kill the god. [ applause ] based on brooklyn. >> jimmy: do you know what
hospital -- >> superman is from brooklyn. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why not? why wouldn't superman be from brooklyn. >> toughest place in the world, brooklyn. >> jimmy: when you were a kid, do you remember the first knicks game you went to? >> yeah, my uncle al took me true. we sat way 31. wen worked -- way down the floor, then the first game on the floor was with horacio sands. and they had to stop the game because i spilled beer all over the parquet. [ laughter ] beer all over the floor, the players were slipping. they had to stop and mop it up. >> jimmy: is that why you quit drinking the beer? >> yeah. >> jimmy: uncle al took you to the game. that's pretty good. >> how low, al? how low, al? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you remember who the knicks were playing and do you remember any of the players? >> i think bernard king was on the knick team. bernard. you know. might have been playing milwaukee. >> jimmy: milwaukee, really? yeah. >> because i used to play in the league, too. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: in which league, the nba? >> yeah. >> jimmy: which team were you
on? >> back in the '60s. i was with milwaukee. i spent a stint with milwaukee. then they traded me to philly. >> jimmy: they did? because i would guess that you ? [ laughter ] >> i put the ball on the floor and the hook. >> jimmy: kareem style. do you ever go to the games in l.a.? >> no, i don't go to no games in l.a. >> jimmy: why not? >> i'm not an l.a. fan. i'm a new york fan. why would i go to a game in l.a.? [ laughter ] i love l.a., but i'm in a new york fan. >> jimmy: what if the knicks were here? >> what if they beat me up in l.a.? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: but you're superman. >> new york, new york! >> jimmy: they're not going to beat you up. >> who's going to save me? you? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: superman, we're going to take a break. when we come back, we're going to see a scene from "the last o.g." tracy morgan is with us. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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dad, tell us who you saw heaven again? >> i saw biggy smalls. he's got that diabetes under control. he wears skinny jeans now. i saw old dirty bastard, he got eight angels pregnant, all sisters. i saw michael jackson. he told me what really happened. he said, hey, i died in that pepsi commercial. >> i got the order to take out your catheter. >> i've got to go, dad. i love you, but i'm not going to see that. >> that's nasty. >> it's just a catheter. where y'all going? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is "the last o.g." tracy morgan is here. it's a little -- i have to say it's a little weird to see you in that hospital bed after you spent real time at the end of last season, you got -- your character got shot. he went into a coma. and this season, i mean, is that something that you wanted to do,
or they came to you and asked you, and did they do it delicately? >> well, no, i pretty much wrote the season. that's what really happened to me in my real life. i wanted to just say it, to have closure. that's what happened in my life. i wanted the world to see me go through it. >> jimmy: what did it feel like to be in that bed, in that gown. in that similar situation? >> in real life? in that? >> jimmy: no, not in real life. >> it brought back a lot -- i relived it, and it was done. to be in that bed and then -- i remember the day the lady came and took the catheter out. i remember just being in that hospital. i went back to the hospital ater i filmed that. i went back to the hospital i was in, and there's pictures out there where you see me in my actual room, kneeling on the floor, crying on my bed. >> jimmy: wow. >> because it hit me that hard. it hit me. i was back there for a minute. then i had to get myself together and realize i survived
it and i'm here, and my friend jimmy mac is with me every day. and i'm living my life now. [ cheers and applause ] you know what's so funny is that this season is very, very special to me, because my best co-worker, my best co-star, my daughter is with me. >> jimmy: your daughter is in it. she's 8 years old now? >> she's my greatest costar. she's 8 years old and she's in the first episode and throughout the season. and who inspired me to do that was eddie murphy. >> jimmy: is that right? >> when i did "coming to america 2" with him. his daughter on the show is his daughter in real life. when i seen that it inspired me. >> jimmy: did you ask your daughter if she wanted to be on the show with you? >> no, i made her do it. [ laughter ] i made her do it, but -- she's a natural. once she started doing it, she's never dropped a line. she dropped one line, and when she dropped the line, she said, line! and everybody started laughing.
[ laughter ] like, i never realized she would watch me when i'm home. like when we got to the set, she would literally have a highlighter, highlighting her lines. i said, whoa, this girl was watching me all that time. and then she knew how to do it because she watched her dad do it. she knew how to do it. and i want her to do what she wants to do in life. you don't have to be an actress. i want you to be whatever god wants you to be. >> jimmy: right, yeah. [ applause ] i want her to know that. i really need her to know that. you can be whatever god wants you to be. >> jimmy: and yet you forced her to be on the show. [ laughter ] >> absolutely. that's my baby, that's my heart and my life. i came out that coma for her. >> jimmy: she's so cute. she really is adorable. >> she was 10 months old when i got hit by that truck. i'm floored. people don't just come out of comas. you got to fight, and i fought, because i need to be here for her. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: speaking of fighting, you got a couple of -- first of all, mike tyson is a recurring --
[ applause ] is he your spiritual guide? >> yeah, mike tyson and eddie murphy, they're very important to me in my life. >> jimmy: yeah, i like to think of the three most important to you is mike tyson, eddie murphy and myself. [ laughter ] >> and my father, my dad. >> jimmy: and your father, i meant your father, yeah. >> in "the last o.g.," if you look on the wall, you'll see a picture of my real dad there. i honor my father, and in the eighth episode, we're playing his last song that he ever made. my father was a musician. so the last song he ever made, i'm playing on the show. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> he died of aids when i was 19. he went to vietnam and he got it. so i honor my father and my mother in the show. and the lady that plays my mom in the show, that's like my mom. she's just like my mother. she check me, man. she keep me in check. [ laughter ] the way she talks to me, she keep me in check. >> jimmy: one of your episodes
is directed by karl weathers. >> i got to work with him. >> jimmy: who is apollo creed in "rocky." >> the episode he directed is incredible. it's filmed -- because in "the last o.g.," i love authenticity. so we filmed it in washington heights. it's about a dominican family. i have a lot of dominicans in my life, so i want their voice to be heard. >> jimmy: i feel like knowing you, that you probably asked carl weathers a million questions. >> a million and one. >> jimmy: what's the best thing he told you about "rocky" and that experience or whatever? >> i can't quite remember, but he told me some stuff about being in the ring with sylvester, and what it was like. and he said they were almost like really fighting. >> jimmy: really? >> they had to make it real. that's what draws you into "rocky." i told him my greatest scene in "rocky" is where mick comes to his house and tries to get the job.
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>> jimmy: music from billy strings is on the way. our next guest is a psychopathic serial killer, but not in real life, exclusively on the widely-celebrated show "you." season three of "you" is on netflix now. please welcome penn badgley. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how's it going? >> i have to tell you something, penn badgley is a very strong name. you could be anything from a senator or a real estate agent. with a name like that. >> that's a wide spectrum. >> jimmy: penn, is that a family name? there aren't many -- penn gillette, and that's kind of it.
>> there's william penn. >> jimmy: there's a lot. sean penn. >> sure, sure. >> jimmy: a lot of last name penns. >> it comes from a tennis ball. [ laughter ] that's the extent of the story. i was -- i was -- i think about the size of a tennis ball, that's what my mom said to my father, bouncing a tennis ball, and that's how it happened. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. good thing it wasn't a whiffle ball. [ laughter ] >> or dunlop, that's the joke. >> jimmy: dunlop. or wilson, i guess. or slazinger could have been your name. [ laughter ] you probably got the best of all the choices. >> yeah, i think so. & >> jimmy: so your show also, by the way -- not that your name is confusing, it isn't. the show name being "you" must be -- >> yes, it's a pronoun obstacle. >> jimmy: people just say "i love you on you." >> i just get, "you!" and it's accurate. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's weird. >> i am "you." >> jimmy: you're "you."
also, you're obviously the lead character on the show. but then you're doing the internal dialogue, the voiceover. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: narration. is it proper to call it narration? >> it's narration. i think it's -- it's a lot of narration. it's more than that. i would say 80% of my lines, if not more, are actually voice year. so most days i go to work and i don't have any lines often. i'm just looking, and then sometimes because the camera is so close to my face while i'm having all those thoughts, they can't even get a person in front of the camera, so i'm just looking at xs on the box of the camera. and then my stand-in, danny, is reading all the thoughts. and the entire scene, sometimes it's like a four-page scene. and the other actors on the scene are like, they've got pages of whatever they're saying, but sometimes it's just, you know, it's just a drone in the background while i'm
thinking. so it's like a -- it's very technical. >> jimmy: that's strange. >> it is. i have grown to like it. it's also -- it can be a bit isolating. but, again, the highly technical dance with the crew is something you don't get to do a lot of as an actor. and i really like that. >> jimmy: you have to time it all right. >> very much, yeah. >> jimmy: and go back and fit in the spaces -- >> i do the voiceover before. and it just works out magically. we haven't messed with the formula, it just works. it's a very different process. >> jimmy: i heard you started on a children's radio station in seattle. >> i did. >> jimmy: my first job was on a radio station in seattle. it was not for children. it was for older men, yeah. [ laughter ] and we played "sweet home alabama" a lot of times. >> okay, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but what station was that? >> it was called kid's star. there was like maybe a thousand people who have heard of it. >> jimmy: and so it was all kids deejays?
>> deejays, no. there were like -- i think behind the veil, it was all adults, to be honest. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> no, i mean -- it was like -- adults writing -- >> jimmy: stuff in kid lingo? >> i think kids had a lot of input. from what i recall, i would do like a fake newscaster thing and there was like storytelling. but there were no kid deejays. >> jimmy: how old were you? >> 9, 10. >> jimmy: i didn't even learn to read until i was 12. [ laughter ] >> i'm sorry. but look at you here. >> jimmy: would you do appearances, the typical radio deejay stuff? did you have to go out to like the carpet store and greet your fans and give away t-shirts? >> no, no, no. it was more like a training grounds. >> jimmy: what about like being at home or in the car and hearing yourself on the radio, was that exciting? >> it must have been. but like i can't -- i've been doing this so long, that kind of stuff has faded into oblivion.
i'm sure the first time i heard it, i was stoked. >> jimmy: so you jade quickly. [ laughter ] >> i mean, it was 25 years ago. so i jade over a quarter of a century. >> jimmy: i don't know why i remember every -- maybe because there weren't many of them, i remember every triumph from my childhood. [ laughter ] >> that's fair. i think it wasn't professional, that's where it kind of like -- it becomes this nebulous, oh, yeah, i've been working. >> jimmy: i want to mention quickly, because this is something else. the show is the number one show on netflix, and that's a very big deal, obviously. [ cheers and applause ] when you personalize it, that's when it becomes something even more so. and cardi b tweeted about you. she was excited because you mentioned her in a little chat you were having there, and she used more os, ms, fs. [ laughter ] usually she goes with the ms and fs the most.
but the os and the gs really shine through here. [ laughter ] "he knows me." >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's cardi b. >> i know. >> jimmy: that's cardi badgely, perhaps, maybe. [ laughter ] >> that's the first time i've gotten that, that's good. >> jimmy: and you go back, and i didn't understand this, but first of all, you -- >> this is a thing that we have now. me and cardi. >> jimmy: what's going on there, just "i"? >> that's what the kids say. [ laughter ] that's an expression of -- it's like when you're -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh. oh. >> i mean, what does one say? cardi. >> jimmy: i've learned something tonight. and then cardi b changed her thing. now netflix is petitioning cardi b to guest star with season four on you. >> yeah. >> jimmy: she said, i'm shutting it down, i turn around, there stands "you." okay, finish it off, netflix. does that mean she's going to be on the show? >> i don't know. i definitely can't say.
but there is, i believe this is true, there's an actual change.org petition. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, really? that's good. >> yeah, changing the world, you know? >> jimmy: president biden should definitely get it. [ applause ] you said, i don't know, i can't say. it can't be both of those things. can it? >> i can't say, because i don't know. [ laughter ] i actually don't know. i'm not being coy. >> jimmy: you know what would be fun? cardi b kills emily in paris. right? [ laughter ] >> something of a writer, right. >> jimmy: think about it. it's great to have you here. penn badgley, everybody. season 3 of "you" is on netflix now. but you know that already. we'll be right back with music from billy strings. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 're driving a lincoln, stress seems to evaporate into thin air. which leaves us to wonder, where does it go? does it get tangled up in knots? or fall victim to gravity?
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i've got some good news. i've quit the show and am joining the band. i just got to figure out an instrument to play. thanks for having me, guys. billy strings, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thanks to tracy morgan, penn badgley. these guys. apologies to matt damon. tomorrow night, jeremy renner and olivia rodrigo will join us. "nightline" is next. thanks for watching, goodnight.
♪ this is "nightline." >> tonight, gabby petito. >> i love the man. >> what you didn't know about her relationship with brian laundrie. >> they felt safe because she was with brian, and i felt like she would be okay. >> their struggles to make it on social media. now the search for answers. what you haven't heard. >> we knew it was her van. it was an insane feeling. >> and what went so wrong before her violent death? >> strangulation? it's a very personal way to kill. you're feeling the life being snuffed out of a person. >> this special edition of "nightline," "life online: the last days of gabby petito" will be right back.