tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC March 9, 2016 11:35pm-12:38am EST
>> jimmy: thank you, thank you very much. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. thank you for being so honest with me, i appreciate it. we have so much to go through tonight. starting with the race for president of the united states. say what you like about this primary election, it has not been boring for even one second. there are primaries and caucuses in four states last night. the big story was bernie sanders, all the polls had hillary clinton winning the primary in michigan by 20 points, he somehow won it, beat hillary clinton 49.8% to 43.8%. ever since he stated clipping his lucky ear hair things have been going great. normally it's not a good idea to surprise a 74-year-old man. but in this case. it was a big night for loud men with crazy hair. because on the republican side, the night belonged to donald trump. literally, he licensed and owns the night now.
trump took michigan, mississippi, and hawaii. ted cruz won in idaho. marco rubio won nothing at all except for puerto rico. he hasn't won a single state. he's rubio for 25 right now. he's not dropping it out, he's letting it ride to the florida primary, and trump is getting ready for him. trump held a press conference at his golf club in jupiter, florida, la last night where he defended himself against charges that he isn't "presidential." >> i can be more presidential than anybody. i can be more presidential if i want to be. i can be more presidential than anybody. >> he does everything better than anybody. if he was running for queen, he would be the queenliest queen. and how did he demonstrate that presidential behavior? by plugging trump water, trump magazine, trump vodka, trump wine, and trump steak. >> he talked about the water company. well, there's a water company. we sell water.
and we have water and it's a very successful -- you know, it's a private little water company and they supply the water for all my places and it's good but it's very good. >> he said "trump" magazine is out. i said, it is? i thought i red one two days ago. you see the wine. he mentioned trump vodka. it's the largest winery on the ice coast. i own it 100%, no mortgage, no debt. trump steaks. do we have the steaks? we have trump steaks. he said the steak company. and we have trump steaks. >> jimmy: he's showing his steaks. i'm pretty sure it's the first campaign speech i've ever seen given next to a pile of unrefrigerated beef. trump was upset that mitt romney said a bunch of his business ventures failed so he set these tables up on stage to showcase some of his many products. there's the water and the wine and the meat. is this fox news or qvc? yeah, they're up on the stage
next to him as he spoke. it's like he made a trip to costco right before the speech. boy did chris christie pick the wrong night to be on that stage, huh? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] after six months i think we're starting to take for granted how weird this is. imagine if before obama was president, when he was running, he was the spokesman for sham wow or something. at the end of every speech he spilled coffee on the podium and wiped wiped wiped it up. that would be insane, yet for some reason we're now okay with it. we're okay with a lot of shaky stuff. facebook is up to something that's kind of fishy. facebook has reportedly patented software that recognizes new slang words when they're posted. the software stores the words in what they call a social glossary while they're current, then removes the words once they're no longer popular. if your mom posts a word to her facebook page, it's dead, it's not cool. but it's really -- i have to say i wish facebook would spent less time with stuff like cataloging
new slang and more time trying to stop the monsters who keep inviting me to like their homemade jewelry page. i don't know why facebook is doing this. i thought it would be fun to get something into their social glossary, make up a new word that would become part of the lexicon of the young people a. i would like everybody watching to go to facebook and start using this word. the word is "chazz nabble. i don't care how you use it. if you don't you're a chazznabble. if you do that's chazznabble this is very chazznabblo, a senior on the boston college basketball game -- it works, use it at home too. senior on the boston college basketball team played his final game last night. he got very emotional during the postgame press conference. >> cliff, what's your -- what are you going to take away as your best memory playing basketball at boston college?
>> probably just -- like -- going out to eat. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, all right. that's fun. more fun than practice. the team finished 7-25 what do you expect him to say? all right, let's go out on the street. we're going to play -- you know those families where everyone looks the same? like even the parents look the same somehow? here on hollywood boulevard we see them all the time. we came up with a game. we found families on the street and we added an extra person to the family. we either added a mom or a dad or a kid, i don't know because our producers have done this.
tonight we're going to see if we can identify the stranger in the bunch. and they're going to try to make sure we can't. so let's go outside to my cousin sal to find out who doesn't belong here? let's go outside. cousin sal, how you doing? everything good there, cousin sal? >> sal: everything's fine. >> jimmy: julian, what's going on with your shirt there? it's like you couldn't decide, tucked or untucked? all right. so we have julian, lauren, savannah -- is that andrea? aun-dray-ya? the microphone is blocking you -- ian? okay. we have to figure out -- where are you from? >> toronto, ontario. >> ian? >> toronto, ontario. >> jimmy: huh. canadians, huh? >> yep. >> jimmy: all right. wow. all right. raise your hand if you're canadian.
raise your hand if you swear allegiance to the united states of america. oh! wow. so we might have a traitor in the bunch here. we could have four traitors. who knows. all right. i am going to say that -- andrea. you are the imposter in the family. are you indeed the imposter? >> no. >> jimmy: oh. she's hiding her eyes with her hair, how am i supposed to tell? all right. wow. okay. let's see. julian -- savannah -- you look like you may have been abducted by this group. savannah, are these people your parents? >> yes. >> jimmy: you know you have to go home with them if they're not? you're going to have to live this lie out forever and ever. who do you love more, your mommy
or your daddy? >> both. >> jimmy: oh, they're tricky, these people, they're hard. lauren. how about you? with your glasses. you're the only one with bad vision in this group. >> sorry. >> jimmy: hm. that's rather suspicious. lauren, what do you do for a living? >> i'm a student at u of t. >> jimmy: university of what? >> toronto. >> jimmy: oh. she would never -- we don't know any canadian colleges here. she would never have known that -- that might not even be a real thing. u of t. lauren unless the family. julian, what do you do for a living? >> office furniture interior. >> jimmy: a what? >> an office furniture interior. >> jimmy: an office furniture interior? >> yeah. >> jimmy: seems like that's missing one word. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: see -- the way you put that sounds awfully canadian to me too. i think i have no choice. i am going to say that ian, you are the imposter in this family. >> you are incorrect. >> jimmy: oh! well, it's got to be one of you, right? all right. well -- okay. i'm going back to lauren and the glasses. lauren, you are the imposter in the family! am i correct? >> yes, jimmy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wait a minute. well done, though. so is u of t a real school? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: you made that up on the spot? well, okay. well, very good. all right, cousin sal has a present for you, what do you have? >> sal: family pack of post-its, that will last awhile. >> jimmy: enjoy. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break. when we come back, president obama is getting taller and more
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>> jimmy: hi, there. welcome back. still to come, connie britton and music from the wield feathers. pip obama, his periodic health report was released. they release the results of the president's physical exam so we know if he's doing well or whatever. somehow obama lost weight and grew taller. he's a half inch tall ever than he was two years ago. which seems -- i thought that kind of thing only happened to donald trump. [ laughter ]
i get taller every year, my height is fantastic. you know? obama is taller, he's thinner, he's lost five pounds. his resting heart rate is down. and his mom jeans are way up. converting lincoln's bedroom into a soul cycle turned out to be a very good move. let's go back out to the boulevard. i love this kind of thing. see if we can -- look at this family here. see if we can weed out another phony family member. for those joining us cousin sal has a fresh new crop. this is a family for the most part, one of these people is not in the family, we have to figure out who that person is. so let's talk to alan first, where are you from? >> williston, north dakota, originally from atlanta, georgia. >> jimmy: you're here on vacation? >> we are. >> jimmy: with your family? >> yes, we are. >> jimmy: i bet you love these women, don't you? >> i do, with all my heart. >> jimmy: which one do you love the least in the group? >> love them all the same.
>> jimmy: you love them all the same? isn't that a weird thing to say. okay, we've got alan alysse, ellie, amber. three as and an e. that might tell me a little something. ellie looks like -- i have to say, alysse and ellie is definitely sisters, right? right? they're definitely sisters. and alan looks like he might be a virgin, no offense. [ laughter ] i think alan's the dad. and i think amber just wandered into the corner of the screen. amber, where are you from? >> williston, north dakota. >> jimmy: you love it there? >> yes, you. >> jimmy: what town do you live in? >> williston, north dakota. >> jimmy: uh-huh. what area of town do you live in? >> the west part. >> jimmy: the west part, huh? >> yep. >> jimmy: is that true, ellie,
does she live in the west part? >> yes. >> jimmy: you live with her? >> yes. >> jimmy: remember, you're under oath. >> yes. >> jimmy: okay. alysse, are you in school? >> yes. >> jimmy: what are you studying? >> i'm in high school. >> jimmy: okay. so everything? >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay. you like these people? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. give dad a little peck on the cheek. okay, that looked natural. huh. all right. i'm going to say amber is not a part of the family. am i correct, amber? >> no, you are not. >> jimmy: oh! whoa. and i'm going to say alan is not a part of the family. am i correct? >> you are correct. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is -- i'm not as good at this as i thought. >> sal: we have family stickers, there are 18 so you can split them up. and alan is a virgin, you are right about that. >> jimmy: alysse, may i say the next time a man asks you to kiss
another man on hollywood boulevard -- >> sal: do it. >> jimmy: no, don't do it. all right, thank you. thank you very much. let's get another family there. all right. oh, hello there. okay, look at that. coles, emma, gary, cathy. all right, let's see where their hands are. gary's hand are all over everybody. gary. uh-huh. all right. gary and coles look like they are father and son. but coles and emma -- they've got to be related, right? i mean, look at those two. cathy looks like them also. dammit. this is going to be hard. where are you from? >> we're from atlanta, georgia. >> jimmy: you're all from atlanta, huh? do you love it there in atlanta? >> oh yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. gary, what's the nickname for atlanta, what do people call it there? >> hotlanta, baby. >> jimmy: that's true. okay.
arrgh, all right. i'm going to say that -- coles is not a member of the family. coles? >> i'm a member of this family. >> jimmy: oh, boy. gary, you're not a member of this family, are you? >> i am not a member of this family. >> jimmy: get out of there, gary! what do we have for him? >> a hole puncher. >> jimmy: all right, foiled again. thanks for playing. that was fun. this raises an important question. and it's a question that you should ask yourselves. the question is, what makes a family? is it two parents and a bunch of kids? is it something more? if you ask me, it's love. you know, without love, a family is nothing but a group of people who have a similar smell. family is forever and forever is a very long time, folks. we'll be right back. oh, we still have time? okay. well, i'll just stand here for a minute. okay, now we can go?
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hello, there, welcome back. tonight from "nashville" which returns to abc next wednesday night, connie britton is here with us. and later a band from nashville the city, not the show their new album comes out friday. it's called "lonely is a lifetime" the wild feathers from the samsung stage. tomorrow night our guests are viola davis, isla fisher, and we will have music from the suffers. please join us then. our first guest tonight is a very funny comedian, actor, director, producer and caterer who is responsible for more great shows than most television networks. his latest is called "horace and pete" which he released by surprise is available on louisck.net. please welcome the beyonce of comedy, louis c.k.! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: you look very nice. >> oh, well. thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: you look very nice. i don't want you to take this the wrong way but i feel like we're at a friend's funeral or something. >> yeah that's right. somebody died. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's like when somebody's dead and you see your friend and it's nice to see your friend. >> jimmy: you're like, hey! >> hey! but hey! >> jimmy: by the way i bought your show. i didn't know -- there was no notice that it was going to be on. >> no, that's right. >> jimmy: no publicity. >> that's right. >> jimmy: an e-mail arrived. then i purchased it. and the first episode was $5. >> yeah. >> jimmy: then the second episode was $2. >> two bucks. >> then the third episode went up to $3. >> yeah.
that's because it's just me. made sense to me. >> jimmy: what kind of a business plan is going on here? >> i don't know, i just wanted to do it myself. it's fun to do it yourself because you want people react to it and there isn't some company making a decision. it's just an idiot. >> jimmy: has it been a good business plan? >> yeah it's going okay. nobody knows about it. nobody ever heard of it. it's a show called "horace and pete." starring me and steve buscemi, i'ddi falco, alan alda, jessica lang. >> jimmy: fantastic cast. >> they're unbelievable. i asked them, please don't tell anybody you're doing this show. and i called their agents and said, we're not telling anybody. they're like, how are you going to promote it? i said, i'm not. i just want it to appear. i just want it to suddenly appear. i thought, this is a gift to the viewers. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> i hate when i see billboards, they tell me everything before i see a show. you see a preview for a movie, i just saw the [ bleep ]ing movie, why did you tell me everything? excuse me. so you get a thing, you go what?
the e-mail said "horace and pete" is available for download, that's it. you go on and start watching it. it's a weird show. >> jimmy: very weird show. >> there's nothing like it. >> it's kind of like a play. >> yeah. >> jimmy: or it's kind of like a sitcom. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but there's no one laughing. >> that's right. >> jimmy: there aren't a ton of jokes in it. >> no, not at all. >> jimmy: there are some and the jokes that are in it are very funny. but mostly it's like "cheers" if everyone there was depressed. >> that's right. [ laughter ] it's hike what the bar "cheers" was based on was probably really like. between 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. it's about day drinkers and the bar they drink in. and when the bar starts getting a little full sometimes the bartender says, get out of here, kicks people out. because it's not meant to be full. >> jimmy: right. >> but yes, it looks like a sitcom because we shoot in multiple cameras are but on a stage. but there's no audience. and there's no laugh track. so sometimes people say funny stuff but it just lays there.
>> jimmy: yeah. >> if you watch it you laugh. >> jimmy: sometimes you get on a roll with a few funny things and someone says something horrible. >> terrible. >> jimmy: and you go, oh, boy. it's really the opposite of everything we've learned from watching television. >> that's right yeah. and to me the exciting idea was for people to see this without having any idea what it's going to be like, without having any expectation or idea. i thought, that's exciting. as soon as i put it out there i got tons of e-mail from people saying what is it? i don't know what it is, how am i -- >> jimmy: they needed to -- >> >> send me a clip, i want to watch it before i see it. >> jimmy: they want a sample. >> because otherwise i might not like it. so i want to see it first. it doesn't make any sense to me. >> jimmy: well -- >> part of it was i want to cut out the middleman, exciting idea. i make a show, i output on it my mac book, you watch on your ipad. that was exciting to me. >> jimmy: yeah, sure. >> here's the thing. when you cut out the middleman you deal with the customers directly. >> jimmy: are you really dealing with the customers? >> well, i don't. i read some of the e-mails i
get. one guy wrote to me after i was on the air three weeks and he said, i'm still on the fence about trying your show. i don't know if i want to spend the $5. so can you write me an e-mail, try to convince me to watch your show? i'm like, you know, take your $5 and shove it up your ass. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's not working for you. >> it's a weird business, you make stuff and you want people to watch it, you want to trick people that would never like it into watching it. they're like, i saw something i hated. you're like, ha ha, i got your money! i don't like being in that kind of a business. with "horace and pete," i haven't asked anybody to watch it, i haven't told anybody it's on the air. this is the first time i've told anybody out loud with my voice that the show's on the air. [ cheers and applause ] so i think when a show's promoted there should also be a cautionary. it should be an equal amount. this show's really great, then
it should be like, you probably won't like this show. >> jimmy: balance it. >> if you need to hear a joke every few minutes, do not watch my show. >> jimmy: yeah. >> we curse a lot, we say terrible things. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. literally shocking. >> it's horrible. it's awful. >> jimmy: a good show to watch alone. >> i think so. >> jimmy: definitely. i got an e-mail from you, i guess, showed and up said, louis c.k. has charged you $5. i think i forwarded it to you. what? >> i have $5 of your money. >> jimmy: you do. for $5, i bought your e-mail address. >> that's right. >> jimmy: it's like really an insight into your life. >> it is a connection that's very direct and that's exciting. as a filmmaker, a tvmaker. but it's also kind of like, having a network is nice. you think, man, i don't need those guys. but i miss them a lot now. >> jimmy: yeah. >> because it's like really being -- it's like being in a network is like being in a cadillac with good suspension. doing the show this way is like taking the tires off and i'm riding on the rims.
[ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: when we come back, i know this is against everything you believe in, everything you stand for. >> yeah. >> jimmy: if you don't mind we'll show a clip from "horace and pete" which is available at louis c.k.'s website. be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ lthan just photos.re they come alive when you touch them. and then they go back to still when you let go. so every time you take a picture, you get more than just a photo. you get to relive the moment. because it teleports you through space and time. i'm kidding. time travel is dangerous.
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>> yeah, i know. >> so i was thinking that maybe you shouldn't be here. >> why would you say that? >> because i -- sometimes when there's a conflict, you can be -- you can be kind of an [ bleep ]. i don't want to deal with it. look, i'm not trying to insult you. i just -- >> you're not insulting me. >> there's a lot at stake here. >> oh, yeah? >> the whole place is at stake. >> the whole place? >> yeah. >> hey. horace. [ bleep ]. first of all, [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "horace and pete." it is available on louisck.net. that is -- alan alda is an american treasure, now you've soiled him. >> he says every terrible thing on the show. i didn't know he could do it. i didn't know this. >> jimmy: did you know him beforehand? >> i'd met him a couple of times. he's hawkeye, you know. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> a great man.
he has an amaze storingry in history in television. >> jimmy: sure does. >> i didn't think he'd be the right guy for this but he wanted to try it. and i thought, if he's willing to try it, i want to see what happens. >> jimmy: of course, yeah. >> anyway, if it's not good, i won't show anybody. nobody knew -- i'm doing it with my own money. that's why i get to do stuff like that. this is one of my favorite characters anywhere. uncle pete. this show, just for alan alda alone, it's worth it. >> jimmy: i agree. >> he became this dude. >> jimmy: it adds an extra something, having those words come from alan alda's mouth, you can't get around that. >> he found an honest way to do it, hound a way to be that guy. and he's tall and imposing. he's a scary dude. >> jimmy: is he scary? >> a little bit. >> jimmy: i think he's the opposite. >> because he's a great actor. he can play the soft, nice guy. but he's got big -- could get your ass. >> jimmy: when you're working with somebody do you tell them, i'm such a fan.
jessica lange is great in the show. do you do that? >> when you work with people -- they're all better than me. they've all done more than me. they're higher caliber in every way than i am. but you can't make them feel that way because then they're lost. they need direction, they're actors. so whenever -- i used to -- i had great actors come onto something i'm doing, i go i'm a huge fan! you see their space go, oh [ bleep ]. i've got nobody to help me here. the director's a fan? that's a nightmare. >> jimmy: because everything was great! >> it's work. you tell them, try it this way. you've got to have some balls to tell an allan alda, can you do that again? >> jimmy: especially when he's cursing at you. >> he's a sweet man and he worked very hard. just turned 80. >> jimmy: really, 80? unbelievable. [ cheers and applause ] >> working really hard, yeah. he's alive. >> jimmy: let's give alan alda a round of applause for
significant we'll alive. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he did it for us. $5 for the first episode. >> yeah. >> jimmy: $2 for the second. >> $3 for the rest. >> jimmy: $for a$3 for all the . before the finale, now the finale's $80? >> won't happen. buy it, stream it or download it as many times as you want. >> jimmy: credit card or can we send cash? >> you've got to have a credit card, i don't want your dirty money. >> jimmy: you're doing very interesting things. you really started this with your comedy special. people paying for it directly. luckily your fans, for the most part, are not scumbags. because people do know how to steal this stuff and spread it around for free. >> that's right. one of the ideas we got on the site was to make things easy enough to buy that it was easier to buy it than to steal it. also it's globally available immediately. there's a lot of reasons people steal is in other countkucounti
don't give them the show. i went to australia, everybody watched my show on fx, but it wasn't on the air there. but they all stole it. because we weren't letting them have it. >> jimmy: and because it's a nation of freaks. >> if you don't let them buy it, they're going to steal it. >> jimmy: all the criminals from england went to australia and now they steal and steal and steal. >> national pastime. >> jimmy: will there be another season? >> i don't know. i really don't know. [ cheers and applause ] we'll see. >> jimmy: i hope you've got another season of "baskets" on fx. louis c.k., he's on a role. "horace and pete" available on louisck.net. be right back with connie britton! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what's the most awarded ranking from top to bottom. luxury cars just seem like they would be top awarded. there better be some awards behind what you are paying for, right. the final answer. chevy. the most awarded car company two years in a row. wow, it's like a luxury car. i was shocked.
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emmy nominee whom you know from "friday night lights" and "american horror story" a week from tonight, she returns to the role of rayna jaymes on the midseason premiere of "nashville." please welcome connie britton! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very good to see you. you look lovely. thank you for coming. >> thank you, thank you for having me. it's always a pleasure. >> jimmy: this is the midseason. this is the fourth season of "nashville." >> yes. >> jimmy: it gets confusing sometimes. now the seasons, every season seems like two seasons. >> i know. trust me, it seems like four seasons a season sometimes. which is four seasons a season and then this is our fourth season so then that's like 4 times 4, which is 28. >> jimmy: there are stoners at home who are run together refrigerator right now, they're so confused. >> right? yeah. >> jimmy: do you live in nashville?
>> pretty much. because we were saying, you know, it's like -- takes 10 months out of the year so shoot the show, so yeah. >> jimmy: did you imagine when you signed on you'd become an almost permanent resident of tennessee? >> i did not imagine that. i mean, i guess i sort of did. because i was committing to do the show and i wanted to do it in nashville, if you're doing a show called "nashville" do it in nashville. >> jimmy: makes sense. a lot of shows don't. "csi: new york" is shot in, i don't know, detroit or something like that. >> yeah. but yeah, i never -- i never thought that it would be like this. and yet i love it. it's a great town. >> jimmy: it is a great town. >> great town. >> jimmy: how old is your son? >> 5. he's basically grown up in nashville. he turned 5. >> the last time you were deciding whether or not to buy him a drum set. i advised against that. >> well, it was not bad advice. i did not heed it. >> jimmy: you did get him a drum set? >> i did get him a drum set. you know. >> jimmy: and? >> here's the reason i got him a drum set.
because i got a house with a basement. >> jimmy: i see. >> so that's worked out really well for me. i just put the drum set in the basement and then i send him down there and he's really good at it. hi kid is good at drums. >> you can hear ate little bit in the house? >> yeah, only when i want to. i'll do down, oh, you're playing the drums, how fun. >> jimmy: can a 5-year-old really be good at drums? >> i will tell you -- first of all, i have now -- i have a manny. a man nanny. >> jimmy: yes, yes. >> heat been teaching him the drums. i'm telling you, he's good. i actually called -- in nashville they have the school of rock which you might have heard of. >> jimmy: because of the movie, yeah. >> so i called and i said, i want to give my kid drum lessons, he's 5. they're like, you can't teach a 5-year-old drums. and i'm like, my manny does. my manny is teaching the kid how to play the drums, you guys aren't going to do that, really? so now they're going to do it. >> jimmy: they are, nice. [ applause ]
>> jimmy: i want to ask you about another show besides "nashville." i've been watching this "people versus o.j. simpson." >> oh yeah. >> jimmy: you do a great job. that looks like a fun role to play. >> that's been such a blast. >> jimmy: were you involved and engrossed in the o.j. trial when it was happening the first time? >> yeah, i was. i wasn't as much as some people were. that was kind of the beginning of the 24-hour news cycle and i was like -- i still was like what? i don't understand. >> jimmy: i was completely obsessed with and by it. >> i could have guessed that, yeah. >> jimmy: i never missed a moment of it. >> right. >> jimmy: and i loved the miniseries as well. >> isn't it so fun? >> jimmy: it is really good. >> so crazy to watch it again after all these years. >> jimmy: i love how they continuously go to the kardashian kid, as if they had any role in this. let's see what these kids think. >> it's so fun to reference them. like whoa, they grew up, they were teenagers or not even teenagers.
they were 5 or something. >> jimmy: they were little kids. >> little kids. >> jimmy: drumming in the basement. >> they were drumming. nice callback. >> jimmy: thank you. there was a scene where, as faye resnick, who wrote a book quickly in the admit of the trial, is being interviewed by larry king. was this for real? or this is a digital thing? >> what do you mean was that done for real? >> jimmy: is that larry in a wig? >> that's larry in a wig. >> jimmy: that is larry in a wig. >> a modern-day nowadays larry in a wig. >> jimmy: and who -- >> he was so excited about it too. >> jimmy: i'll bet. his old set and everything. >> oh, yeah. he was thrilled about it. thrilled about the wig. i love this wig! he was feeling so good that day. >> jimmy: i bet, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's old larry. >> i know. he was like, hey, i got it! and then i really got a lot of information from larry about faye. because he knew faye. obviously he interviewed her. >> jimmy: she was on the show, yeah. he knew her personally? >> he knew her, maybe even biblically, i don't know. >> jimmy: oh!
>> all i know is that he was clearly very fond of her. which you know. he's like, faye was a very sexy woman. >> jimmy: really. >> very, very, very flirtatious. yeah, which was really helpful for me. i'm like, okay, this is good. we shot that scene. and we started out. after the first take he was like, oh my god, you're exactly like her, i can't believe it, i feel like i'm -- i'm thinking to myself, this is making me a little nervous. then we did another take. he's like, i can't believe it, this is just like -- literally, when they called cut, they're like we're done, like somebody get us a room! swear to god. >> jimmy: wow. you're lucky he didn't marry you. >> i was really stunned. i was like, yeah! i did my job! >> jimmy: i wish i'd been there for that. >> i know. >> jimmy: just the wig alone on larry would have been spectacular. >> he as phenomenon. truly. >> jimmy: he is indeed. it's very good to see you.
>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel reserve concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank louis c.k., connie britton and apologize to matt damon we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, their album "lonely is a lifetime" comes out friday, here with the song "overnight" the wild feathers! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ you can't have everything you want death and money all at once ♪ ♪ if i can only sing what you'd remember you'd remember me
when i was gone ♪ ♪ give me something true and real give me something i can feel ♪ ♪ take me back to when i was a child when i first heard my favorite song ♪ ♪ take me back to when i was young and wild when i could dream ♪ ♪ all day long overnight you can't wait till the morning light 'cause you want ♪ ♪ it all right now overnight if you're gonna do it then do it right ♪ ♪ 'cause you want it all right now always looking for the light
but you can't take it ♪ ♪ with you when you die always think you're smarter than the teacher and you never think ♪ ♪ that you were wrong if you're holier than the preacher boy you know you're ♪ ♪ not the only one overnight you can't wait till the morning light 'cause you want it ♪ ♪ all right now overnight if you're gonna do it then do it right 'cause you want it ♪ ♪ all right now why won't you go why would you stay
every time i turn around ♪ ♪ there's another one of you in town it's not like they say its not like they do no ♪ ♪ every time i come around somebody's trying to steal my crown ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ overnight you can't wait till the morning light 'cause you want it all right now ♪ ♪ overnight if you're gonna do it then do it right 'cause you want it ♪ ♪ all right now
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