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watching. i'm ama daetz. dan: have a g >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- benedict cumberbatch -- kevin garnett -- and rob riggle -- and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: well, thanks. hi, everyone. thank you, thank you, thank you. i appreciate it. wow, it's very nice. welcome. thank you. hi, everybody. well, i appreciate it. i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thanks for watching and thanks for coming. it is veterans day here in the united states. the day on which we honor the men and women who served and fought in wars to defend our country so the rest of us can fight on facebook. [ laughter ] we thank them for their sacrifice.
one of our writers here at the show has a brother who is stationed overseas, in germany. he's a lieutenant colonel in the army. his wife had a baby girl last week, which is exciting, congratulations to them. [ cheers and applause ] he's an american citizen on a military base. he had to report the birth of his daughter to the u.s. embassy in germany. and when he went to the website, this is what he found -- one button that says "i would like to report a birth abroad." and an identical button that says "i would like to renounce my u.s. citizenship." [ laughter ] right there next to each other. one too many lowenbraus, might accidentally become a german citizen! someone might want to get on that. [ laughter ] president biden paid his respects at arlington national cemetery today. he said that our nation's veterans are "the spine of america." and our former president weighed in to salute the troops too. >> on this veterans day i'd like to pay tribute to all of those incredible people, and you are indeed incredible people, who
served so well and so strong and so powerfully in the united states armed forces. >> this has been a message from captain bonespurs. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you for your room service. the infamous insurrectionist known as the qanon shaman is probably not storming anything any time soon. >> prosecutors argue that jacob chancely should be in prison over four years because of the dangerous threat to democracy posed by the attack on the capitol. respect for this country must be impressed upon chancely and serve as a deterrent to others. chancely's lawyer topped their sentencing memo with a quotation from the movie "forrest gump." "my mama always said you've got to put the past behind you before you can move on." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, i thin the more appropriate quote from that movie is "stupid is as stupid does." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
prosecutors are recommending 51 months behind bars. after which, he will be remanded into the custody of "dancing with the stars." [ laughter ] weird to think the q annan shaman could get four years in prison when the guy who encouraged him to do it could get four more years in the white house. [ boos ] also, can we stop calling him a shaman now? that would make half the fans at the buffalo bills game shamans too. [ laughter ] the "incarsurrections" are adding up. a former mma fighter who punched a capitol police officer just got hit with a 41-month sentence. i looked him up. his nickname is "wildman." he only had one loss in his entire career. unfortunately he also only had one match his entire career. [ laughter ] in mma, they call that a "no rogan experience." [ laughter ] he's one of the q-anuts who believed donaldtrump was going to get sworn in again on march 4th. it's rare that a headline that starts with "ex-mma fighter"
ends on a positive note. it's almost never "ex-mma fighter finds happiness running daycare for underprivileged kids." [ laughter ] it's more like "ex-mma fighter puts his mom in coma" or something. [ laughter ] we aren't the only country with troubles. in new zealand, an angry mob gathered outside parliament to protest government vaccine mandates there. >> protesters heading through the barricades on the front steps, raising fears reminiscent of the u.s. capitol riots. then, because it's not the states, it's new zealand, they lightly put them down. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know how to feel about that. i guess we're the animals of the world. [ laughter ] in a stadium, there's only one section of the drunk, unruly fans? that's us in the world. [ laughter ] in texas a federal judge yesterday overturned the governor's ban on mask mandates in schools.
governor abbott of texas has been a fierce critic of the mask mandates. he's worried that if everyone is wearing a mask, it will be harder to narc on them for getting abortions. [ laughter ] masks are about as controversial as it gets right now in texas. but not everyone is against them. there are many who believe making children wear masks is a small price to pay for keeping them safe, for keeping us safe, including this famous texas icon. >> howarddy, folks. it's me, leatherface. here to urge all texans to support mask wearing. masks have been a tradition here in the lone star state since the days of the lone ranger. i myself could never have enj enjoyed massacring so many of my fellow texans without my trusty mask. so before you send your kids off to school, be sure they're protected with a mask. >> bye, dad! >> hold on there, sport, you forgetting something? >> thanks, dad! >> kids.
remember, don't be an ass, wear a mask. i hope to see you soon. >> this has been a message from the texas department of public health. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he may be a psychopath but he's not an idiot. [ laughter ] speaking of idiots. earlier this week, we heard from congresswoman lauren boebert of colorado, a woman who wears glasses to make it seem like she can read. [ laughter ] she is apparently not a fan of me or our show. over the weekend she tweeted a clip from our monologue with the message, "good morning, jimmy kimmel is a sexist pig, have a great day." which is rude, very rude. all i did was say her videos reminded me of stepmother porn. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i thought was obviously a joke. her videos are so much dumber than stepmother porn. [ laughter ] some of these videos show makes are so unbelievably over the top, it's hard to believe this person exists. they seem like sketches from
"saturday night live." so much so that we went out on the street and showed people passing by clips of her actual videos, these are her videos. we told them they were from "saturday night live" last weekend. and asked if they thought "snl" had been too mean. wouldn't you know it, we found all sorts of people who thought her real videos were written comedy bits. >> we need a full investigation into just how many puppies were eaten alive on fauci's watch. [ laughter ] >> i think it was a good skit. the look, the hair, perfect. >> almost real? >> almost real, exactly. >> i want uncle joe to have as much time at the beach as possible. in fact, my impeachment articles would totally free up his schedule. [ laughter ] >> i mean, it's over the top. but that's what "snl" is supposed to be, it's supposed to be a little -- you know, to make the point. >> i like the actress. she's really pretty. she looks familiar.
>> how do you think lauren boebert would feel, seeing that sketch? >> like it was too far and be offended by it. >> if you're a public figure, you kind of have to expect that type of stuff. but it was enticeful. >> i delivered one of my children in the front seat of my truck. because as a mom of four, we got things to do. nobody's got time for 2 1/2 months of maternity leave. >> are you embarrassed to see hollywood portray a congresswoman this way? >> yes, i am. yes, i am. i'm very disappointed to see that. that's how they portray them, oh, yes. >> that was obviously scripted by whatever directors did all that. but i feel like the real woman would actually be upset about that. >> she has family, she has kids, she has other people who have to see that. it's embarrassing for her, it's embarrassing for the country to see. they did go too far. they did on go too far with this one. >> what if i told you that this is really lauren boebert? >> oh!
it is? [ laughter ] >> it's true. >> seriously? >> it wasn't comedy? she didn't mean it as comedy? oh, wow. >> she really said that? >> she really said that. >> okay. that's -- that's interesting. [ laughter ] that almost seemed like a comedy skit. but -- not that funny. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, you know what? i couldn't possibly agree more. one more thing, it is thursday night, which means it's time to bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week. whether they need it or not. it's "this week in unnecessary censorship." [ cheers and applause ] >> when i first went to beijing to meet with xi jinping, he [ bleep ]ed me out a basketball. >> six top trump associates hit with subpoenas for their role in [ bleep ]ing trump's big [ bleep ]. will they cooperate? >> images of [ bleep ] start creeping into my dreams.
>> i [ bleep ]ed hillary clinton. you want the videos of that, believe me. >> monday for me, i just [ bleep ]ed all over myself. >> there's an elderly man in the jail whose hand is purple and [ bleep ] black, and they begged me to [ bleep ] him. >> i wasted at least two hours a day of my life tossing and turning, trying to [ bleep ] my [ bleep ]. >> mr. wonderful, i'm going to [ bleep ] your [ bleep ]. >> keep wearing your mask around lots of people, also make sure you keep watching your [ bleep ] regularly. >> i'm going to wear the mask and [ bleep ]. >> that's great, elmo. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break, but when we come back, we have a big surprise for someone. in this room. will it be you? will it be one of you? hold your breath and we'll find out when we come back, we'll be right back.
>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. we have a good one tonight with kevin garnett and benedict cumberbatch. [ cheers and applause ] during the pandemic -- i thought this was interesting. a lot of people became obsessed with real estate listings. in fact, a recent poll revealed that 49% of americans would rather browse online real estate listings than have sex. [ laughter ] i believe you can do both. simultaneously. [ laughter ] if you look through enough of these listings, some of the fun things you will find are homes you cannot imagine anyone buying. for example, if you've got
$425,000, you can buy this old church in joshua tree, not far from here, that's been turned into a bizarre and terifying sex dungeon. or there's this triple dome home in clark fork, idaho, selling for the low price of $269,000. because it looks like an anaconda swallowed a baby hippopotamus. [ laughter ] for around half that, $130,000, you could be the proud owner of the only pyramid in pima couneople ima county, ariz. [ laughter ] as long as yo don't mind having to pee leaning back. these people know egyptians didn't live in pyramids, right? they're buried in them? okay. this one is strange. this is in michigan, $750,000, you can live in this houseboat that doesn't float. it's like living in the middle of a miniature golf course or something. [ laughter ] this ominous dwelling in houston will set you back a little over $3 million. previously owned by darth and cindy vader. [ laughter ]
they downsized once luke and leia moved out. and i'll tell you what's weird about this house in aurora, this home was recently purchased by two people in our studio audience tonight. jacob and marlisa cline. where are jacob and marlisa? hi, guys. how are you doing? [ cheers and applause ] am i correct that this is your house? >> that's our house. >> jimmy: are you surprised that i know that? >> very surprised. >> jimmy: happy veteran's day, by the way. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: jacob served four years active duty in the military, he was a medic. he now has a career in measuresing. do you have any idea how i know all this stuff? >> probably my friend hunter? >> jimmy: no. no hunter. >> no idea, then. >> jimmy: i know it because the folks at veterans united home loans told me about it. they brought you guys to hollywood as part of a national veterans day celebration and got you tickets to the show. come down here for a second, actually. [ cheers and applause ]
yes, come -- just stand right here, if you don't mind. hi, how are you? >> how are you? >> jimmy: thanks for coming, how are you doing? nice to meet you, too. you are, just to be clear, you're totally surprised that this is happening right now, yes? >> this is pretty surreal right now. >> jimmy: yeah. >> my hands are clammy. >> jimmy: you've closed on the house but you've not moved in? >> we haven't been back after we closed. >> where are you living? >> we live with his parents. >> jimmy: with your parents. and with kids and everything? >> two little kids. >> jimmy: how many people are living in the house? >> seven. >> seven, yeah. >> jimmy: okay, it makes sense that you would want a place of your own. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: let's take a look at the house again if we can. we have a live camera at your house. [ laughter ] brand new, it's empty. except, if we go inside -- >> oh!
>> jimmy: those are your mom and dad, jacob? the kids? >> hi! >> jimmy: hi, guys, how is it going? >> hi, how are you? >> rowan? >> hi mommy, hi daddy. >> jimmy: take your masks off for a second there. yes. >> you dropped your thing. hello? >> jimmy: hi, kids, how are you doing? >> good, good. >> jimmy: you see the kids are getting a little restless. you guys like the house? >> love it. >> love it. >> jimmy: wonderful. would you mind doing me a favor and unzip the kids' sweat jackets? >> sure. >> jimmy: yes, okay. the kids don't seem to be having fun with the parents, by the way. you can see your son has a shirt -- we can't read it at all. it says "paid." and your daughter's shirt says "off." [ cheers and applause ] because veterans united has paid your loan off in full.
[ cheers and applause ] that's very sweet. i feel like you should be kissing me, but you know. [ laughter ] >> oh my gosh. that's amazing. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: they're buying homes for 11 veterans and you guys are one of the families, you're number ten. there's still one family to go. i want to introduce you to somebody, a proud veteran as well, rob riggles is here. [ cheers and applause ] >> congratulations! how are you? >> jimmy: hi, rob, how are you? >> good to see you. >> jimmy: good to see you too. so rob wanted to say congratulations. >> i do. i want to say congratulations. you guys are amazing. this is a very cool thing, as you can see. and veterans united home loans wanted to say thank you, not only for your past service, but your current service, what you do in your community right now. i don't know if you know this or not, jacob here paints houses voluntarily in his community. also was part of giving the
covid vaccine during the rollout. initial rollout. [ cheers and applause ] not to outdo veterans united home loans, obviously they're doing wonderful things. but got you a little something myself here. >> jimmy: oh, like a welcom basket? >> yeah, a house warming. >> jimmy: uh-huh? oh, look at that. that's nice. [ cheers and applause ] that will look nice in the living room. >> it will will be. that's signed by me. i actually signed that. [ laughter ] also, this is a welcome mat, "four of a cline." their last name is cline. you got that, four of a cline? >> jimmy: can't have another kid now. >> set of keys. set of keys. this is a set of keys to your house. but you're not going to want to get rid of this because we don't
know what they're for, and you'll never, ever get rid of this. >> jimmy: you'll figure them out. >> and of course, the famous garden hoe. [ cheers and applause ] got to have it. you got to have it out there. you can name them whatever you want. i would suggest jimmy. >> jimmy: you know what, that would be i think a small tribute to me that you would have every day as you enter your home. okay, big jimmy, all right. [ laughter ] congratulations, guys. thank you, rob riggle. thank you to veterans united home loans. and congratulations, jacob and m achma marlisa, and all of our veterans too. be right back with benedict cumberbatch. >> dicky: veterans united home loans is giving away one more home loan. see the website to enter.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, welcome back. tonight, he has a new documentary on showtime called "kevin garnett: anything is possible." kevin garnett is with us. [ cheers and applause ] something i learned about kevin in the documentary, he's 11 feet tall. [ laughter ] it's true. next week, we've got new shows with halle berry, michael keaton, elle fanning, wilmer valderama, and kirsten dunst. with music from alessia cara, little simz, gracie abrams, and the war on drugs. and also i want to mention that tomorrow is disney plus day. disney plus, you know, you have it with your kids, you watch that. because it is disney plus day, we are going to give a free
one-year subscription to everyone in our audience. [ cheers and applause ] because we are part of the disney family. i mean, it's -- [ cheers and applause ] it's not a house, but it's a little something. our first guest is an oscar-nominated actor who has exceeded the dreams of all the world's nerds combined. he is in four marvel movies, three hobbits, and a "star trek." now, he plays the villainous cowboy, phil burbank, in "the power of the dog." >> gentlemen, yes, that's what you do. >> oh. >> oh, right. >> that's what you do. >> it's really just for wine drinks. >> oh. got that, boys? only for the drinks. now get christmas food. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "the power of the dog" is in select theaters wednesday,
and on netflix december 1st. please welcome benedict cumberbatch. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: it's good to have you here, very good to see you. >> very nice to be here, nice to be back. >> jimmy: i love to hear you speak with an american accent. "doctor strange," et cetera, i like it. it amazes me. >> i was saying backstage how difficult it is to speak in an english accent after doing a day of filming of "doctor strange." something happens, it's really odd. i thought to myself, i hope i don't go on stage -- oh, i'm doing it now. it's a weird thing. >> jimmy: it's amazing to hear that phase into american like that. >> you're very kind. you phase into english. >> jimmy: there's nothing more annoying than hearing an american do an english, like "oh, hello!" [ laughter ] >> i love it, it makes me feel
good about my end of things. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you should feel good about the fact that, "power of the dog," everyone's saying oscar nomination. it's at the top of the list of these movies that are being buzzed about. [ cheers and applause ] >> very nice. >> jimmy: that's rare for a dog movie. [ laughter ] zero nominations. >> that's true. didn't happen. >> jimmy: this is not -- >> it's not quite about a dog. >> jimmy: not a pet movie, no. >> no. but that sort of stuff is fantastic. it means all that hard work, and it was hard work, we got interrupted by covid, we had a fantastic crew in new zealand shooting. we were in suspension like the best of the world, not knowing what normal would be again. we managed to finish it. the idea that's going to get seen because people are talking about it. >> jimmy: the movie is set in montana. >> correct. >> jimmy: you did not shoot in montana? >> we shot in new zealand. >> jimmy: shot in new zealand. >> 1925 montana, of which there is very little left in montana that's 1925.
this place in new zealand was 360 degrees of wilderness, untouched land. it's one of the characters in the film, it's extraordinary. >> jimmy: have you been to montana? >> i have, yeah. >> jimmy: you have. >> i went to "dude camp." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: dude camp? >> yeah. to learn the life of a rancher. because my fellow does a lot of stuff. you know, he's adept with a knife, castration. he does braiding and roping. he does whittling and whistling and rolling cigarettes with one hand. >> jimmy: you learned castration? [ laughter ] >> i learned a lot of things. >> jimmy: what did you learn? >> i learnt -- well, horse riding. i honed my skills. how to treat atkin, a hide, and turn that into rope, into what you use in a rodeo. >> jimmy: you turn hide into rope? >> at a push, yeah. [ laughter ] i tried, with an expert, randy. >> jimmy: how long were you up there? >> i was there about three weeks, yeah. i met some incredible folk on two different ranches. i hung out with randy, who with his wife jen, put me up in their house. we just drove around that state and met some extraordinary
people whose livelihoods i was trying to authenticate in my character. >> jimmy: wow. what a thing for randy and jen. [ laughter ] like, they're up there on their ranch, doing ranch stuff, turning hides into rope and stuff. and then you show up. and you stay with them. >> dr. strange turns up, yeah. they were very cool about it, yeah. >> jimmy: were there things they tried to teach you you're like, don't need that. >> nothing, i needed all of it. >> jimmy: you took it all? >> definitely. he's a brilliant musician, not that i play the guitar, i play the banjo, but that was helpful. there was nothing i shied away from him teaching me. >> jimmy: working with animals? >> working with the animals, having profound experiences on horseback, driving cattle across this beautiful landscape. working with humans who are using sometimes just sounds rather than words to direct dogs, to direct cattle. in a gentle, 1925 way, this low-impact ranching. >> jimmy: do you feel like you could now handle a herd of cows? that you could -- >> i can yeah. >> jimmy: on your own? >> there was a thing that
happened, i was on holiday recently in england. there was this passageway to get down to the beach, and it meant going through a field, a farmer's field. and there were cattle in it. it wasn't long after mom cows are protective of their young. there were a group of people standing there with inflatable toys, beach towels, looking terrified, not moving at these cattle walked towards them aggressively. and i went, i've got this. [ laughter ] i cleared a path. they went, that was amazing! not in an american accent, which i nearly did again. that's great! they were english. >> jimmy: that is kind of great. >> it was weird. then they went -- are you benedict cumberbatch? and i was like, good-bye! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the cows said that or the people? >> the cows. yeah, they just got down on their front hooves and went, "hello." american cows.
>> jimmy: you have another movie coming out right around now? >> it's out, it's on amazon prime, called "the electrical life of louis wayne." >> jimmy: who was louis wayne? >> amazing artist and illustrator of the victorian era, most famous for anth throw p pomorphic figures of cats. >> jimmy: kaleidoscopic cats? >> yeah, that kind of era as well. big in the '60s and '70s, the psychedelic era picked him up as a favorite artist to stare at. yeah. he lived a life. quite hard, difficult life. he found an emotional language in a way, fitting in was difficult. it's about his triumphs and hardships. >> jimmy: did you move into a petsmart and learn to paint? [ laughter ] >> no, we filmed at petsmart. we brought cats in. kittens were great to work with, they do exactly what you imagine, play with balls of
string, lick sources of milk. kittens are a lot of [ bleep ] work. you wait for hours for nothing to happen. >> jimmy: you're saying cows are areas than kittens? >> will, yeah. [ laughter ] yeah, they are. you get them out of the way, that's all you have to do with cows. kittens, cats are supposed to jump on a plate and look mournfully at me, or walk across a room, and it would take hours. >> jimmy: it's hard to explain to them, yeah. >> it's really hard, fair enough. they're crazily kind of wild creatures. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back, i must ask you about some matter of develop comic stuff. >> of course. >> jimmy: it's my job. benedict cumberbatch is with us. we'll be right back. >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by veterans united home loans who believe veterans make our communities better or visit thankstoveterans.com to learn more.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: benedict cumberbatch is with us. you were shooting reshoots of "dr. strange"? >> i am indeed, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: do you know what the reshoots are going to be or they figure out what needed a little bit of work? >> like everything with marvel, it comes in fresh most mornings. no, it's really exciting. the film is shaping up to be something special. >> jimmy: you're in the spider-man movie. >> i am. >> jimmy: i'm sure you know, it's like 350 million views for the trailer on youtube.
>> wow, that be. >> jimmy: like a world record of some kind. >> yeah. >> jimmy: of course there are a lot of questions or a lot of theories. people are interested. >> sure jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i figured i'd hit you with some of them. >> yeah. >> jimmy: some of the fans think dr. strange is behaving a little strangely. and maybe he is not dr. strange, but he is mephisto. every marvel trailer, the fans think it's mephisto. do you know anything about that? >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: andrew garfield says -- >> you should have a lie detecter on this show, that would be the surefire way to test -- >> jimmy: would you submit to one? >> definitely for that one, yeah. >> jimmy: you would? great, next time we'll hook you up. [ laughter ] i won't limit to it marvel questions either. >> god, no. >> jimmy: we'll learn about you. >> i'll learn a lot about myself. >> jimmy: we'll have a lie detector and
>> what's that? >> jimmy: look it up after the show. many people believe andrew garfield and tobey maguire will appear in the multiverse. have you seen them recently? >> tick tick boom. >> jimmy: okay. another question, where would you find more guys dressed as spider-man, in that movie or on hollywood boulevard? [ laughter and applause ] >> hollywood boulevard. >> jimmy: kirsten dunst, your costar. >> yeah, she's so good. >> jimmy: this is rumored to be playing mary jane in spider-man, panother mary jane. >> really? >> jimmy: are you aware there's an action figure of you? >> with two heads? what's that? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a bonus head. >> my happy face and my sad face? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the mephisto head. >> that's my performed right there. >> jimmy: i just got this. >> that looks like weed or
something, the green stuff? what's that? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's weed. >> eat that and then do that? >> jimmy: that makes mill think he has powers. [ laughter ] and this is -- i'm excited to announce, this is my new action figure. [ cheers and applause ] >> wow. >> jimmy: i have to say, you can't say much about it but i loved our scene together. and i think it's going to be -- >> jimmy, jimmy, jimmy, jimmy, jimmy. breaking the rules. you can't talk about. >> jimmy: what do you mean? i was told i could mention this, they want to sell toys. [ laughter ] you can see there's me as craven the hunter, which i am playing. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's pretty good. yeah, you do look a little like john krasinski. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: are you saying john krasinski is playing craven the hunter? >> i'm saying you look a little like him. >> jimmy: interesting, interesting. well, no. i'm super excited. >> yeah.
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more than a quarter century more than a quarter-century later, he's a hall-of-famer and the subject of a new documentary, "kevin garnett: anything is possible" premieres tomorrow on showtime. please say hello to kevin garnett. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i feel like a child when you're here, i really do. >> how are you doing, man? >> jimmy: by the way, last time you were here, we were actually over zoom last time. >> yes. >> jimmy: we surprised you with one of your favorite musicians. >> yes. >> jimmy: and tell the audience who that musician was so they don't think i'm kidding. >> kenny g., man. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for having me back, too. i heard that you were on the double. two times in one year? thank you, i appreciate it. >> jimmy: that's right, this is your third time here. >> thank you, i appreciate it. >> it's great to have you here. did you know kenny has a documentary coming out right around now too, kenny g.?
>> no, i didn't know that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you are living parallel lives. >> well, k.g., we might be aligned. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: kenny and kevieg. >> we sound like a group. >> jimmy: how into him are you? will you see that documentary? >> definitely, i'm a huge fan. i used to listen to his music to calm down, for more sensual moments, stuff like that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: gotcha. kenny has been with you through some of the real good times, huh? [ laughter ] >> fortunately, yes, absolutely. >> jimmy: congratulations, you were named to the nba 75th anniversary team. [ cheers and applause ] that is 75 greatest players of all time. >> thank you. >> jimmy: would you have been mad if you weren't named to that team? >> no, not at all. i'm confident with my book of work, what i've done. someone's opinion where you fit in all the greats, no, not at all. >> jimmy: that sort of thing doesn't matter to you? >> i didn't say it didn't matter. [ laughter ] i said it wasn't mad, i wouldn't be mad. but i'm very fortunate -- very
humbled by it. i'm very, very appreciative. >> jimmy: i'm glad they made a documentary. you've had a very interesting life. even more so -- everybody who plays in the nba has something interesting about their life. but coming out of high school, going right to the league, somehow you kept your high school basketball career a secret from your mother? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and your mother was super involved in your life? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] how old were you when she found out you were playing on the high school basketball team? >> she found out when i was a junior in high school. >> jimmy: a junior in high school. you'd been playing, what 2 1/2, 3 years? >> well, made it in eighth grade. i made varsity in eighth grade. and she was like, what? no, you're going to go to school, focus on education, i want you to get into these books. you know, another word with sports, that word with sports, no. she was really into education, wanted us to focus.
jehovah witness, very disciplined kids. >> jimmy: most of your events revolved around the church? >> the kingdom hall. >> jimmy: the kingdom hall. she found out you were playing -- >> she was livid. >> jimmy: how did she find out? >> she was a beautician. she started her own business, started doing hair in the neighborhood. one of the girls who i go to school with got her hair done, "yo, i've got to get my hair done, i'm going to see kevin play tonight." she was like what? "i'm going to see kevin." kevin who? "your son!" "i was in the lay-up, laying it up. it was typical big night, and my mom walked in with my sister and i almost pooped on myself. [ laughter ] it was not good, jimmy, it was not good. >> jimmy: obviously she saw that you were good and committed to this -- >> no.
[ laughter ] it was not good. it was like what are you doing, i'm going to kill you, enjoy the game. [ laughter ] fortunately i had a good game, but i was livid out there. as time went, she saw that i was really passionate about what i was talking about, i was very committed. that still didn't work. [ laughter ] but after seeing it, seeing how committed i was, i think that, you know -- obviously going to the nba would change any parent's mindset. >> jimmy: yeah. >> oh, wow, he's decent. [ laughter ] so after i actually -- hey, look, i need you to come to this thing called the draft, i'm getting ready to get selected into the nba. "what?" >> jimmy: wow. >> "are you serious?" my mom worked a lot. i had opportunities to dib and dab here and there. shout-out to my mom. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you get into the nba, you're being paid a lot of money, obviously. but you don't trust banks.
>> more money than i was before, sure, yeah. >> jimmy: yes, more money than you were making in high school. [ laughter ] money in the bank, what do you - do with that money? >> i was coming from chicago. i'm from south carolina. chicago is where i was kind of founded. you know, going through -- just living there. and, you know, i was kind of raised with a certain pedigree and mindset. so i wasn't introduced to wires or tech. i wasn't financially savvy, none of it. i didn't know about direct deposit. i didn't know none of this. and so when i would get my check i would cash it, you know. bring it home. i would put it under my mattress. [ laughter ] i did this for two years. >> jimmy: you would take a check -- how much -- >> i don't want to talk about how much money i had, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you'd hand it to somebody, where? at a bank or a check cashing place? >> no, jimmy, i would go to a bank. [ laughter ] professional people, guards, you
know. they would give me my money, came in a bag. i had a whole little system. i would go home, put it under my mattress. [ laughter ] for two years. >> jimmy: how much money did you have -- >> i don't want to talk about that, jimmy. [ laughter ] don't make me do that, man. had a girlfriend at the time. i had a girlfriend at the time, only thing i would say is, if you take money out from under here, put the iou there. i had it up here, i knew how much money was there. when you put money, i knew how it was looking, i'd put it down. i got a system to this. [ laughter ] i raise the mattress up, i see the money -- i knew that somebody's been in here. shortly after, i broke up with that female. i looked under the mattress, i had a bunch of ious. [ laughter ] it's time to put this in the bank, you know? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. would you ever throw it on the bed and just roll around in the money? >> i will say i did the scrooge mcduck. 7s.
>> jimmy: the celtics are retiring your jersey in march. [ cheers and applause ] which makes it -- which is a great honor, obviously. the celtics are one of the great franchises. second to the lakers. [ cheers and applause ] what amazes me is that, i mean, you are quite clearly far and away the greatest minnesota timberwolves player of all time. [ cheers and applause ] there's no question about it. how is it possible that the celtics have seen fit to retire your jersey but the minnesota timberwolves have not? >> well, if you know anything about the boston celtics, they're known for their championships and the way they do things. >> jimmy: uh-huh? >> they do things in a championship way. >> jimmy: i see. >> that's what i'm going to say. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> i love the city of minneapolis, i'm not here to crap on anything. someone has a franchise and a way they want to run their franchise is up to them. >> jimmy: right.
they have new owners, right? >> i don't know, i haven't been keeping up. [ laughter ] i keep up with the young fellow, but no, not at all. >> jimmy: thanks for coming, it's always great. i have a million questions, i wish i could ask them all. many of them are answered in the documentary. even if you didn't have the questions, they will be answered in "kevin garnett: anything is possible." if you want to see a man sleep on a pile of money -- [ laughter ] and who doesn't, really? it premieres tomorrow on showtime. kevin garnett, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back.
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>> jimmy: i want to thank benedict cumberbatch, rob riggle. i want to thank the great kevin garnett for being here. one quick question. as a hairdresser, is your mother upset you are bald? [ laughter ] >> no. >> jimmy: she's not, very good. i want to apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next. and in the immortal words of my uncle frank, safety first. happy veterans day. thanks for watching, goodnight.
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