tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC October 26, 2015 10:35pm-11:37pm CDT
>> jimmy: hello, everybody. i'm jimmy kimmel. very nice. hi, everyone. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. we're back home. i'm glad you're here. i'm glad i'm here too. i'm glad any of us is here. this is our first night back after a week of shows in brooklyn, new york. i think i speak on behalf of everyone. we just barely survived. had we been there six more hours we'd all be dead, right, guillermo? >> guillermo: right, jimmy. >> jimmy: does your wife know you were out late every night in brooklyn if. >> guillermo: no, no, no. >> jimmy: how is it possible she doesn't know? >> guillermo: i was working very hard for the show. >> jimmy: that's what you told her? >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: what about when we're on the show and i mention you
were out all night? >> guillermo: she doesn't watch it. >> jimmy: doesn't watch the show. i learned a lot in brooklyn. for instance, i learned that i have a cousin who pushes an iguana around in a baby stroller. that's right. she brought it to the show. i learned you can chargy $6 for a cup of coffee when you call it pour-over. according to a new report from the world health organization, bacon, sausage, hot dogs and others processed meats significantly increase your chance of getting cancer which is an ugly way of saying i'm probably die doing what i love. the report said the average american eats 18 pounds of bacon a year, which seemed like a lot. then you think about all the -- each package is a pound. i realize i think i ate that yesterday. 18 pounds. the problem with the study is the more people talk about bacon
about how bad bacon is, how bacon is like cigarettes, how bacon causes cancer, all i hear is "bacon, bacon." it makes me want bacon. so i will have bacon. i guess the point is some things in life are worth dying for. and bacon is right at the top of those things. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: more positive reinforcement for donald trump today. a new poll conducted by associated press shows a majority of republican voters think donald trump is the most electable republican candidate. which is great news for donald trump. not so great news for republican voters. but seeing donald trump is the most electable candidate is like saying glazed is the most healthy doughnut. is it possible people don't know what the word electable means? do they think it means delicious? this chocolate pudding is electable. trump hosted a town hall at a
country club in new hampshire where they asked a v of been told no? >> many times. i mean, my whole life really has been a no. and i fought through it. i have been -- you know, i talked about it. it's not been easy for me. it has not been easy for me. brooklyn. my father gave me a small loan of a million dollars -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and that was in the early '70s by the way. a gallon of gas cost 38 cents in 1973. that would be like a small loan of $8 million from your father now. he must have a medical condition where he can't hear himself taup. mean while, jeb bush is trying to get momentum going by releasing a new book. it's a collection of e-mails he sent and received when he was governor of florida. the book is called "reply all." because nothing gets people excited like group e-mail.
this is the cover. his enthusiasm is overwhelming. it really looks like a print ad for a prescription drug. don't let irritable bowel syndrome get you down, ask your ctor about dulcolax today. in addition to the book jeb is launching the "jeb can fix it" tour. their new slogan, "jeb can fix it." fix the election? that might be his only hope. [ laughter ] [ cheeee and applause ] >> jimmy: remember when joe the plumber ran for office? this is like the opposite of that. bush is trailing both donald trump and ben carson in the polls. in fact, ben carson's now leading donald trump in iowa. he appeared yesterday on "meet the press" where chuck todd asked him to address concerns about his very low-key demeanor. >> do you think that people mistake your soft-spokenness with lack of energy?
>> i wasn't always like that. there was a time when i was very volatile. but, you know, i changed. >> when was that? >> as a teenager. i would go after people, rocks and bricks and baseball bats and hammers. and of course many people know the story, when i was 14, i tried to stab someone. >> jimmy: right. but before i could stab him, i fell asleep and he fell asleep. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] he doesn't seem low energy to me, he seems high. not high energy, just high. he seems like he's been sucking on a water bong all week and showed up at "meet the press." meanwhile, bernie sanders, every candidate in this race has a signature quirk. hillary clinton has that laugh. trump that is had gestures. ben carson has the voice to put bernie sanders has something
different, the tongue. >> it's a mutual high-national state. members in iowa and in new hampshire? >> some people who are watching, senator -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i imagine that -- we just got back from a week in brooklyn. brooklyn and l.a. are very different. people are different. there's a toughness when you walk around brooklyn that you don't necessarily experience here. people ar little more no-nonsense. to break that up a bit and generate warmth we sent cousin sal out in the street to yell by. we do in this in hollywood from time to time. we thought it would be interesting to try it in new york. here it is, cousin sal shouts
in the financial district? >> no. >> yeah? >> sal: yeah, you do. just the way you carry yourself. that's u.s. dollars i'm talking about! we, whoa, whoa, someone call the prospect park zoo, looks like a fox just escaped. what a beautiful lady, do you believe that? are you with me, fellas, huh? look at her go! let me tell you something, sir. that's not a tie, that's a win. compared to that all the ties are losers. high five. tie five. get it? all right. i tell you what, i'm going to take a guess, i bet that's your baby, right? because the baby's cute and you're cute. case closed. tell your friend on the phone. hey, the statue of liberty called, she wants her posture back. how do you walk so upright? wow! hey, let me tell you something. your accessories are a
successry. you did it all right, congratulations! excuse me, i'm looking in this book here at brooklyn attractions. and you're not in it. i'll get the next book. hey, man, you're the perfect slice of new york pizza. thin, know what i mean? perfect. thin and hot. you know what? i want to fold you up and stuff you in my mouth. all right, i went too far. but you're thin and hot! excuse me, sir. can i borrow your glasses for a second? because your looks are blinding, wow. such good looking -- what? give me my glasses! here. >> sal: give me my glasses! >> macy's. >> sal: you don't need the men's department. you're perfectly put together already. go home! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: pretty much the same as here.
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>> jimmy: thank you for rejoining us. kristen wiig and music from el king on the way. first football. this is good. dallas cowboys lost to the giants yesterday. after the game, cowboys defensive end greg hardy gave what i guess technically is a postgame interview. but it's also so much less than that. >> sean just said that he looks at --
>> the defense -- >> no comment, next question? any other questions? no comment. next question? no comment. next question? any other questions? no comment. any other questions? >> no comment. any other questions? no comment. any other questions? thank you guys for coming, i appreciate you all very much. >> jimmy: i don't know, if i was one of the reporters i would never have stopped asking questions. i'd ask 150,000 questions. greg, will you say no comment? "no comment." thank you. i'm focused right now on baseball, not football. the world series starts tomorrow night. the kansas city royals are playing the new york mets. as if things weren't already tense enough between kansas city and new york. it's going to be a great series. odds -- even odds in las vegas. last time the royals won the world series was 1985. last time the mets won was 1986. in other words we've got a couple of real losers here.
and one of them is going to win. i'm a mets fan. my friend eric stonestreet loves the kansas city royals. he's from kansas city. you know how the mayors and governors do bets where the royals win, new york gets hot dogs and ribs go back the other way? who cares what these guys get to eat? we decided to make a wager that is hopefully a little bit more interesting. and i'm going to tell you about it. first from "modern family" please welcome eric stonestreet! [ cheers and applause ] >> hello. >> jimmy: thank you for being here. >> thank you. fresh off the set of the show. >> jimmy: are you? did you shoot today? >> rushed right over. >> jimmy: thank you for rushing over. royals jersey -- >> always have it in my car. >> jimmy: i sprung this idea on you this morning and you were kind enough to agree to it. >> absolutely.
>> jimmy: do you find watching the playoffs is a tore truss experience? >> it is. i was not rooting for the mets, i wanted the dodgers to play. it is rough. the mets are tough. the royals always seem to make it a tough game. >> jimmy: especially when you have a team like the royals, like the mets, where they haven't won in such a long time. >> right. >> jimmy: it's heartbreaking. we decided to make it even more unpleasant. we decided to make a bet. my original idea is loser gets a vasectomy. [ laughter ] my wife didn't like that one so we narrowed it down -- kidding! >> jimmy: we agreed to let fate decide our bet. let's go to the wheel of [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guillermo. this is the bet. these are our bets. i will explain the various bets. this is ear pierce, very simple. whoever loses has to get their ear pierced with an earring for the other team. that's terrible.
twitter takeover. the loser -- the winner gets to take over the loser's twitter account for an hour and write anything he wants. that's bad. >> oh! >> jimmy: paint ball in a bounce house. the loser gets in a bounce house and the winner fires paint balls at him. >> for how long? >> jimmy: a minute. handcuffed to a superhero. in this one of us would be handcuffed to one of these superheroes from hollywood boulevard. >> oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: some of them have not showered since -- >> 1985? >> jimmy: right. and the last three, jimmy's choice, i choose one. eric's choice, you get to choose one. or guillermo's choice, guillermo gets to choose one. are you ready for this? >> i'm ready. >> jimmy: guillermo, are you ready? give it a good spin.
>> jimmy: we'll find out which terrible bet -- i'mure why we >> jimmy's choice. >> jimmy: all right. well, now, typically i would make the choice when i saw who won. i think i'll make the choice now. i think it's more fair that way. >> yeah, i think that's fair. >> jimmy: what i am going to choose is -- i am going to choose the worst one. i am going to choose paint ball in a bounce house. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: may god have mercy on both of us and may the best fan win. erin stonestree everybody! >> go kansas city royals! >> jimmy: we have a good show tonight. music from elle king -- where are you going? there's nowhere to go over there. that's not a real city, you can't go into it.
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and then talented young woman, this is their album, it's called "love stuff." elle king from the samsung stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night, from "modern family," julie bowen will be here, carrie underwood, later this week harrison ford, trevor noah, katie lowes, music from brett eldridge, and our annual halloween costume pageant which alike. we take half of one halloween costume and half of another. put them together, the results are hilarious. our first first guest is talented in every way a person can be. you know herro "saturday night live" and "bridesmaid," and change color unexpectedly. "nasty baby" is in theaters right now and on itunes and on
please welcome kristen wiig! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome. kristen, you look very lovely. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm really good. >> jimmy: i'm glad to hear it. life is good. what a natural pose. >> i know, right? that's how i always sit. how are you? >> you look great. how's everything going? >> everything's great. >> jimmy: you're working so much, it's crazy. >> i have been. >> jimmy: good. >> yeah, i need to like go to see people. yeah. >> jimmy: all that stuff does get pushed off. >> it does. >> jimmy: you're from new york, are you rooting for mets? >> uh -- yes. yep. i'm going to the games. yeah.
>> jimmy: did you spend your whole life in new york? >> i'm upstate. >> upstate. >> a little bit in pennsylvania. pennsylvania? >> lancaster. >> jimmy: that's the amish country. >> sure is. >> jimmy: we would go there on the way to hershey park when i was a kid. >> i go to hershey park all the >> jimmy: all the time? >> not all the time. like every other day. no, yeah, they had that roller coaster, the super duper looper, and the comet. chocolate world when you'd see how the park is made. >> jimmy: the smell of hershey park is great. i remember the street lights shaped like candy kisses. >> yes? when you're a kid that is the most awesome thing in the world. >> i know. i remember when i was little, my mom told me she had a surprise for my birthday. i noticed we were driving towards hershey park. driving in, i saw the lights, and i was like, we're going to hershey park. she said, no, i'm taking you to see john denver at hershey park. it was the hershey park stadium.
we had a great time but i was 10. it was a great concert. >> jimmy: living in rochester you're close to canada. >> yes. we'd go there a lot. >> jimmy: you would go to canada a lot? >> yes. >> jimmy: go over the bored tore buy beer and stuff like that. >> yes. toronto, buy canadian cigarettes and beer. >> jimmy: this might be why canadians think so little of us in general because we're always drunk and smoking when they see us. >> yeah. that's why. >> jimmy: would you then smuggle them back? >> no, we would -- no. i don't -- well. yeah. the cigarettes, yes. >> jimmy: cigarettes. >> yeah, it would be scary to drive -- we did get pulled over, had to stop on the little border checkpoint once. >> jimmy: oh, right. >> i was going to a beastie boys concert. and we got pulled over. there was nothing in the car but i was convinced because i had a beer ten hours ago that i was
never going back to america. >> jimmy: you were smuggling the beer internally? >> yes. i only had like one. and that's wrong. way home. >> jimmy: how old were you, how concert? >> it was the week after. no, i i don't know. i was a teen. >> jimmy: you were a teen, yes. >> jimmy: a late teen, yes. have you ever been arrested? >> no -- >> no. i've been pulled over. a lot. >> jimmy: a lot? not a lot. you know. >> jimmy: what's the amount? >> like -- maybe like -- five times. >> jimmy: that's not that bad. >> that's not crazy. then one time we were going to another concert. and i had -- this is terrible -- i had peerbeer in the back seat. we were driving and turned the corner and there was a checkpoint.
oh, we're screwed, we're done. the cop came up and he was like, what's all this? i was like, we're taking it to recycling. he was like, okay. >> jimmy: he did not say that. >> he did. he was like, all right, okay. he let us go. my friend was like -- the whole night he was like, you know what happened on the way here? >> jimmy: that was your first improv maybe? >> yeah. exactly. yes. >> jimmy: the recycling center. bringing these cold cans of beer to the recycling center. >> he didn't really see it. he was just like, okay. let us go. >> jimmy: when i was a kid they would say -- all these things seem like such a big deal. but yeah, if you saw kids now with we're in the back of the car, as long as they weren't drinking -- >> now, yeah. not back when i was a kid 50 years ago. >> jimmy: they'd say they're going to call cops if you're making crank calls or doing stupid things like that. >> yes. >> jimmy: were you a crank caller? >> i was a crank caller, yeah.
i did have the cops come to my house once for doing that. >> jimmy: for real? >> for real. >> jimmy: from prank calls? >> we prank called this one and they knew it was us. and then they -- >> jimmy: who was the person? >> her name was jen. >> jimmy: was this jennifer aniston? >> no. that would be so weird. >> jimmy: i just pulled one out of there. >> yeah, it was a year ago. but i got out of things. >> jimmy: how would you -- why would you crank call jen? >> kid dozen that. >> jimmy: she knew it was you? >> yeah, it was obvious. >> jimmy: what did the cops say? >> they were like, her parents called us and they want you to stop doing it. >> jimmy: did you? >> i was like, i didn't do it. >> jimmy: right. then miraculously the calls stopped? >> yeah, they stopped. >> i didn't know you were such a bad girl, i had no idea. >> well -- but i had a way of getting out of thins. >> jimmy: that makes it worse in a way. what was your way of getting out
of things? >> i had -- i did one thing that i'm almost hesitant to say because i feel like, if kids hear it, they're going to do it. then their parents are going to blame me. >> jimmy: you definitely have to say it, yeah. >> i would go out with my friends and then i would stay out past curfew and then i would call my house and then my mom would answer and i would say, "that's okay, mom, i got it." she'd be like, oh, you're home. >> jimmy: that's really diabolical. >> i know. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
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okay, ready? look like it's your son. so cute. one more. okay, great. thank you so much. okay, i'm texting you this picture right now. i want you to send it to mo right away. >> what? >> will you send them to mo right away? >> every white mother has a black baby. >> it would be trendy. >> we're going to be in fashion why. >> jimmy: kristen wiig in "nasty baby" in theaters now and
available on all these amazing -- i thought the movie was really good. >> jimmy: how did they get you to do a small-budget movie? >> i do a lot. >> jimmy: i know but how would one get you to do it? >> my friend alia what is in the movie told me about it. i just saw sebastian's movie "crystal fairy and the magic cactus" with michael cera. >> jimmy: he's the director and you costar. >> yeah, it was all improvised and we shot it in two weeks. >> jimmy: i was wondering. >> it's amazing. >> jimmy: it did seem very natural. i thought maybe the nature of making a low-budget film, does that -- because you don't do it a million times, does it feel more natural because of that? >> this one was like -- we had an outline and we knew what the scene was. we would just kind of do it and improvise it. as you keep going it gets a little shorter. it was so fun to make a movie like that.
budget movies, "the martian," "ghostbusters," and almost no budget movies. do you feel -- i don't know, do you feel deprived? >> i mean, there's less food around. it's like, take licorice off the table. >> jimmy: this is a photograph from "ghostbusters." are you finished shooting? >> we are, yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know how much we can say. are you playing the same characters from the movie? >> no, no, totally different characters. >> jimmy: so there's no venkman or anything, different characters? >> yes. >> jimmy: it's top secret? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. you're not allowed to say anything. >> we had an amazing time making it. >> jimmy: i would imagine it would be a lot of fun. >> so fun. >> jimmy: even just -- did you get to drive the car? >> i got to sit in it. >> jimmy: you didn't get to drive? >> i got to sit in the back seat. >> jimmy: i love that the car is -- >> the car is amazing.
>> jimmy: what year is the movie set? >> now. >> jimmy: current. so just an old car. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's interesting that you go back and forth between these big budget movies and small budget movies. you have another project that's a very extremely independent movie. some of the independent movies aren't so independent. but this one. >> this one's very dramatic. and i'm excited about it. we have the trailer i think we're premiering here. >> jimmy: the reviews, i don't want to embarrass you, but have been unbelievable for this film. >> thanks. >> jimmy: it's early but some people are talking oscars. this trailer has not premiered -- >> we're doing it here. >> jimmy: this is the premiere of the trailer for kristen's new film, take a look. >> sometimes i think it would be
[ sobbing ] >> announcer: "crying in a sweater." corrected by michael bay. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's really beautiful. >> thank you. >> jimmy: congratulations. >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: no -- thank you, kristen. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: kristen wiig, everybody. "nasty baby" is in theaters now. and available on itunes, amazon and on demand friday.
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we get to watch all these fantastic shows. >> that makes sense. >> we spend our days. >> jimmy: how old were you when you came to l.a.? >> i was about 7 or 8 years old. on a holiday. 1996 or around then. >> jimmy: i see. you came with your family. >> came with the family, came to california, went to vegas. we had an amazing time. >> jimmy: did you? where'd you stay in veg gas? >> excalibur? oh! classy, yes. it's like being back home in england, really. >> well, we did the knights of the round table. so we left england to do something that they did 500 years ago in england. >> jimmy: as a 7-year-old you probably didn't have any concept. >> i banged my mug on the desk and had a good time. >> jimmy: your parents probably thought it was ridiculous. >> they're always up for a laugh. >> jimmy: acting is something that you wanted to do from a young age? >> i just had a lot of fun playing dress-up, as it were.
las vegas, what did that -- what kind of an impact did that have on you? >> to this day i find it an incredible place. you've got these amazing structures with the hotels and everything. it seems like a fun place. >> jimmy: it is a fun place. i grew up in las vegas. >> they were telling me, yeah. >> jimmy: my hometown. we did have a lot of fun. probably not the fun you'd have when you're 7. >> no, no, no. the fun definitely changes i'm assume assuming. >> jimmy: have you been back? >> i was there actually for the mayweather/pacquiao fight. although i didn't get to the fight. we were at a viewing party. >> jimmy: i see. >> hell of an evening. >> yeah, yeah, i was actually there then as well. not as part of my upbringing. i accompanyied manny -- i was his bad luck charm that night. >> okay, wow sdl you have this show, your character -- correct me if i'm wrong --
who on top of that has sex with the victims. >> yeah, he's into a touch of necrophilia. you know. new territory for me. you'll be pleased to know that. >> jimmy: i would hope so. >> to set the context it's a hell of a show. 1982, sunset strip. you've got all of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll of that era. yes, i'm playing a serial killer. but he's not just the monster that he seems to be. he has a very -- >> jimmy: he's got good qualities too? >> redeeming a specific choice of words. he has this relationship with a character, betty, played by the wonderful erika christensen. and this romance blossoms. they're throwing around the term "romeo and juliet of serial killers." >> jimmy: she's a serial killer too? >> i don't want to spoil it but we go on a bit of adventure together. >> jimmy: wow, okay. you guys will be killing for
>> i mean -- there's a lot of people out there. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's true. >> don't feel like a victim. >> jimmy: you can't really research a role like this. >> you can but i probably wouldn't be able to be here tonight, i'd be locked up somewhere. it might not have worked out. >> jimmy: your character is a -- does some babysitting on the side? >> yes, another one of the interesting dynamics shall we say. he's a lovely babysitter as well. >> jimmy: listen, when you find a good babysitter. >> you've got to sick with him. through the rough and the smooth. >> jimmy: yeah, obviously. yeah. >> no, but i mean, that's one of the things that really attracted me to the part. it's very unique. it's incredibly interesting and multi-layered. i think when people tune in, it airs tomorrow, please check it out. >> jimmy: are you enjoying being in 1982? >> very much. i was born in '87. >> jimmy: you missed it. >> a little before my time. now i get to, you know, redo it.
from the '80s? >> we have a fantastic music collection, billy idol, "white wedding" going round in my head. all of that. we capture the era very well, i think. >> jimmy: you know the stories of the sunset strip and all that stuff that went on? >> i've heard, yeah. what's interesting as well is the way kind of we base our show on a little bit of history. it picks up after the hillside strangler and zodiac killer. we incorporate that part. >> jimmy: you carry on the tradition? >> of serial killers, yes. >> jimmy: do you know a lot about serial killers now? >> i know how to stab a watermelon very well. that's one of the things i have got down. >> jimmy: is that what you do? >> that's what you do. we have the body. the person, the actor. we take them out, move the camera, bring in the watermelon for its moment. the watermelon -- some of them have big egos to be honest. and -- >> jimmy: they don't know what
they're in for, they have no idea. they wake up that morning -- >> you're a normal watermelon. next thing you know you're getting stabbed by ed westwick, it's great. >> jimmy: is that because of the sound? >> it's for the impact and we get -- pack it with blood and it squirts up and it looks fantastic. >> jimmy: does it spoil your appetite for watermelons? >> never was a fan so i find it easy? you don't like watermelon? >> no, i don't. they couldn't have picked a more brilliant person. >> jimmy: wait a minute, you ar psychopath it turns out. >> i am, i am. >> jimmy: i don't think i ever met anybody that doesn't like watermelon. >> well, i don't know yes singled that one out. >> jimmy: have you had a good watermelon? do you feel like maybe you had those england watermelons? >> maybe that was it, i had a bad experience as a child, one tried to bite me or something like that. >> jimmy: this is preposterous. >> it really is. >> jimmy: any other beloved fruits that you dislike? >> no, i stick with my apples and pineapples.
by samsung. >> announcer: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i want to thank kristen wiig, ed westwick and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, but first this is her album "love stuff" here with the song "ex's and oh's" elle king. well i had me a boy turned him into a man i showed him all the things that he didn't understand whoa and then i let him go now there's one in california who's been cursing
'cause i found me a better lover in the uk hey hey until i made my getaway one two three they gonna run back to me cause i'm the best baby that they never gotta keep one two three they gonna run back to me they always wanna come but they never wanna leave ex's and the oh oh ohs they haunt me like ghosts they want me to make 'em all they won't let go ex's and oh's i had a summer lover down in new orleans kept him warm in the winter left him frozen in the spring my my how the
i get high and i love to get low so the hearts keep breaking and the heads just roll you know that's how the story goes one two three they gonna run back to me cause i'm the best baby that they never gotta keep one two three they gonna run back to me they always wanna come but they never wanna leave ex's and the oh oh ohs they haunt me like ghosts they want me to make 'em all they won't let go ex's and the oh oh ohs they haunt me like ghosts they want me to make 'em all they won't let go ex's and
one two three they gonna run back to me climbing over mountains and a-sailing over seas one two three they gonna run back to me they always wanna come but they never wanna leave ex's and the oh oh ohs they haunt me like ghosts they want me to make 'em all they won't let go ex's and the oh oh ohs like ghosts they want me to make 'em all they won't let go ex's and
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