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tonight on "jimmy kimmel live" -- unnecessary censorship. >> after last night, i want a man who had the good sense to [ bleep ] michelle obama. >> trey parker and matt stone. >> saw "the book of mormon" last night. have you guys seen it? it's hysterical. kim kardashian. >> wow. >> adam scott. and music from everclear. >> i am proud to accept your nomination for president of the united states. nomination for president of the united states. thank you.
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>> jimmy, i'm been moving to ask you, can i get some time off? >> jimmy: why? >> i think i'm going to win the ford fusion nascar contest on random acts of fusion.com. >> jimmy: i didn't understand any of that. what would you win? >> tickets to a race, v.i.p. access -- >> jimmy: v.i.p. access? >> and a ride around the track with trevor bayne. >> jimmy: i don't know, guillermo. i really need you here at the show. who would read the teleprompter? what would you do if you were in my shoes? >> let's switch and i'll show you. >> jimmy: okay, all right. let's switch seats. >> all right, here. put this on. so, you're going to be me and i'm going to be you, okay? >> jimmy: okay. all right.
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>> so, guillermo, i hear you want some time off to win the ford fusion nascar contest. >> jimmy: si. >> how -- how would you put yourself into my shoes? >> jimmy: i don't know how i would put myself into your shoes. >> i'm sorry, guillermo, you can go. you're the best. i'm a dumbass and you're the best. >> jimmy: well, hold on. you're not a dumbass, jimmy. >> yes, i am a big dumbass. i'm giving you a big raise and i am a big dumbass. >> jimmy: i think they get it. >> dicky: the all-new ford fusion is fun to drive. see where the 2013 ford fusion can take you. experience it now at random acts of fusion.com. "jimmy kimmel live," back in two minutes with trey parker and matt stone. adam scott. and music from everclear.
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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- trey parker and matt stone. adam scott. and music from everclear. with cleto and the cletones. and now, and from here on out, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, thank you. welcome. hi, everybody. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming out tonight. and i will say, i am proud to accept your nomination for president of the united states. thank you. [ applause ] sorry, i was watching c-span all day. you know, this democratic
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national convention wraps up in charlotte tonight. there were a lot of speeches, touting president obama's accomplishments since he took office and, yes, osama bin laden is dead now and the auto industry seems to have pulled through pretty well. but on the other hand, back in 2008, there was no snooki, there was no honey boo boo. and now there are both. snooki even had a child. and someone has to be held accountable. that's my take on this. former president clinton made an impression last night with his speech. president clinton is a great public speaker. a lot of his speech was improvised, but he does the trick to stay relaxed. he imagines that everyone in the audience is naked, except hillary. [ laughter ] calms him down. mrs. clinton watched her husband's speech via computer. from southeast asia, she's over there working. this photograph has been widely circulated online today. they seem so happy together when they're not together, don't they? [ laughter ] it did give me a sense of
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nostalgia to see clinton on stage speaking like that. ill mean, remember, when he was president, the biggest problem we had, i think, was ross and rachel were going to get back together and they did, thanks to him. he was supposed to speak for 28 minutes. he ended up speaking for 48 minutes. the crowd ate it up. bill clinton last night was to the democrats what channing tatum is to drunk girls. he got them very worked up, ready for a baby, and -- [ laughter ] you could tell by the way he ended the speech that he knew it, too. >> and you must re-elect president barack obama! god bless you and god bless america. ♪ don't stop thinking about tomorrow ♪ ♪ don't stop ♪ it'll be here better than before ♪ ♪ yesterday's gone ♪ yesterday's gone ♪ don't stop >> jimmy: they call that the clinton clutch. [ laughter ] but it's good to see that they're getting along. [ applause ]
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this -- this is a fun way to watch clinton's speech. you know that game you play when you get a fortune cookie and you add the words "in bed" to the end just for fun. worked pretty well for clinton's speech last night. >> one of the reasons we ought to re-elect president obama he's still committed to constructive cooperation -- >> jimmy: in bed. >> and if you will renew the president's contract, you will feel it. you will feel it -- >> jimmy: in bed. [ laughter ] you see? it really works for probably any speech, but -- not all of the speeches at the dnc were as good as president clinton's. i watched all day leading up to the primetime. some of them are very hard to sit through. most of them, senators, mayors, governors, more than a hundred speeches last night and over the last three days. but this one, i think, may have been the best of all of them.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. i was born in a small town, in a small car, with a small bell around my neck that would ring like freedom rings. [ applause ] my grandfather was a coal miner, and an immigrant. [ cheers and applause ] we don't want charles in charge. we want barack obama in charge. [ cheers and applause ] >> four more years! four more years! >> who wants to take their shirts off, huh? and get a little weird? >> jimmy: he's got my vote. i don't know what he's running for.
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there were a lot of celebrities at the convention. jessica alba, eva longoria, ashley judd was there. kerry washington gave a speech. then scarlett johansson spoke. president clinton must have been going nuts. i think that's why they had him there last night. but kim kardashian is reportedly in charlotte to attend the dnc afterparty. not because she was invited. federal law requires that a kardashian be present at any officially sanctioned afterparty in the united states, so she was there. there were a number of high profile musicians today, too, james taylor, too figfoo fightey j. blige. there's a lot of passion at these things. with that said, it's time for the dnc dancers of the night. ♪
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>> jimmy: really getting -- [ cheers and applause ] hey, we've got some fun guests waiting patiently backstage for you tonight. adam scott is here tonight. we have music from everclear, and we'll be graced by the presence of trey parker and matt stone, creators of "south park" and "the book of mormon." if you aren't -- if you haven't gone to new york to see "the book of mormon," this is a musical they wrote. it's fantastic. if you haven't seen it, here's a clip. ♪ for purple mountains majesty above the fruited plains ♪ >> jimmy: i think we may have loaded the wrong clip, but you get the idea. mitt romney, hey, this is interesting. mitt romney may have been hacked. as you probably know, he's refused to release any of his tax returns from before 2010. but now, anonymous group of hackers is claiming that last month they broke into the accounting firm where romney's financial records are stored.
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they hacked into the computers and stole his tax information. which sounds like the plot of the most boring heist movie ever, but -- it's true. the hackers are now threatening to release the returns unless romney pays them $1 million. which i would ask for more. you can probably find $1 million in the plates of mitt romney's dockers. a lot of people are interested in seeing the tax returns. i'm not. i would rather see his web browser history. i think he'd learn a lot more. if he release his taxes, we'll find out he's rich. we all know he's rich. we see what kinds of things he's searching for at, like, 2:00 a.m. on a wednesday. that will tell us who this man really is. next week, simon cowell and britney spears will be here. there's a bitter few brewing between "the x factor" and "the voice" on nbc. simon blasted nbc for scheduling an extra episode of "the voice" on wednesday next week because it overlaps with the premiere of
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"x factor" on fox. he said he thought he had a gentlemen's agreement that the shows won't overlap. now they will. he said it's a cynical, cold-hearted unprofessional way of doing business. [ laughter ] he knows he's simon cowell, right? [ laughter ] i got to ask him about it. i don't like when singing competition shows fight. it's a shame. you would think they're working towards the same goal, which is finding mediocre singers who will probably never be heard from again. i'm glad that simon got that off his chest. now, if he would just get the baby gap t-shirts off his chest, we'd be onto something. this is something you might find interesting. in germany, someone has created a bike with no pedals. instead of using pedals, you just push the bike along with your feet. basically they've invented a broken bicycle. [ laughter ] they've uninvented the bike. technology was originally developed by fred flintstone. the best thing about these bikes, you don't have to lock them up because no one would
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ever want to steal it. here is another innovation. this one is all american. starting later this month, a jewelry store is running a special. anyone who abuse more than $2,500 worth of diamonds gets a free hunting rifle. buy her a diamond, get a free hunting rifle. that's -- if the diamond doesn't convince her to say yes, maybe the rifle will. the company's website says diamond or rifle, this hunting season, you don't have to choose. [ laughter ] by the way, if you really do have to choose between a ring and a rifle, you might be better off spending that money on some kind of couple's therapy. god gifted us with a new episode of "here comes honey boo boo" last night on tlc. shame on you. [ laughter ] what they've done, they took the most repugnant family in america, they found them on "toddlers and tiaras" and awarded them with a show of their own. the star of the show is a 7-year-old known as honey boo boo child.
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last night, her show tied president clinton's speech in traitings. that's right. just as many people watched honey boo boo. well, you're about to see why. honey boo boo and her family went to a barbecue restaurant and let us in on how they manage to stay so fit. >> my family just loves to eat. >> she wants the three combo. >> okay. >> and the ribs with the barbecue chicken. >> and potato salad and baked beans. >> i don't think you're going to eat all this. >> but i want it. >> but she want it. her eyes are bigger than her mouth, i think. >> we're fat. >> jimmy: remember when tlc used to be the learning channel? it's not that anymore. although we did learn that they're fat. yeah. one more thing. it's thursday night, it's time for our weekly tribute to the fcc, where we bleep and blur things whether they need it or not. it is "this week in unnecessary censorship." >> everyone, needless to say, here, is looking forward to
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having the president [ bleep ] a blooep wloo[ bleep ], so to spe. >> i found out that i was making significantly less money than the men who are doing the same work as me. i went home, talked to my husband, and we decided to [ bleep ]. >> this is something that i've dreamed about ever since i was a little boy, [ bleep ] in front of the mirror with my dad. >> is this a night you've been looking forward to for awhile. >> [ bleep ] cowboys butts, absolutely. >> if mitt was santa claus, he would [ bleep ] the reindeer and [ bleep ] the elves. >> what happened to me last night? >> you [ bleep ] everyone. >> no! >> an elementary school principal shaved his [ bleep ]. to keep a promise. >> after last night, i want a man who had the good sense to [ bleep ] michelle obama. ♪ >> yes, that's it. [ bleep ] it, clark. [ bleep ] it.
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[ applause ] >> jimmy: hey, tonight on the show, adam scott is. here we have music from everclear. and we'll be right back with the guys behind "south park" and "the book of mormon," trey parker and matt stone, so stick around. been shopping so smart, cash back with your freedom card getting cash back on what? close shave and haircut fan for the ceiling. you're gonna cool off that hoooounddd! tonight you gotta get your cash back, on new slacks. use freedom on lunch with jack. everybody get! everybody get! get your cash back.
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>> jimmy: well, hello there and welcome back. tonight on the program, from "parks and recreation," our pal adam scott is here. and then with music from this new album called "invisible stars," everclear from the bud light stage. we have a very good lineup for you next week, too. dr. phil will be here. i have some problems i need to discuss with him. lea michele will be here. simon cowell and britney spears will be here tonight. dakota johnson, simon bird, terry bradshaw will hopefully show up. we'll have music -- i think he's cancelled on us the last three times in a row. yeah. music have the avett brothers, rita ora, slightly stoopid and dave matthews. so please join us for the shows next week. we'd appreciate it. our firsts guests tonight are the greatest cartoon
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geniuses/broadway musical impresarios -- maybe ever. they are the creators of the emmy-winning "south park" and the tony and grammy-winning "the book of mormon," now playing at the pantages theatre here in los angeles. please welcome trey parker and matt stone! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: with all your success, you haven't changed at all. how you doing? good to see you. congratulations on everything. it's been going great. >> yes. >> jimmy: yes, yes? the show is fantastic. and, i mean -- i guess when a show becomes super popular, it then goes on the road and you do it in various cities and not just new york. >> it's like having a baby. you give birth to this thing and it keeps living and performing and you got to check in on it once in a while. >> jimmy: yeah.
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ideally you check in on a baby more than just once in awhile. >> just once in awhile. >> jimmy: how many productions are running right now? >> just this one and new york. >> broadway and l.a. now. >> jimmy: and you have london coming up in the future? >> and chicago. >> jimmy: chicago, too. and this one will go from l.a. to where? where is the next stop? >> san francisco. >> jimmy: and already, well, in new york, you can't get a ticket. it's sold out through january. >> we actually can. that's what's messed up. of course everyone wants us to get them tickets. so, but what they don't realize is we have to pay for them, which is the first thing, because with movies and stuff, you don't have to worry about that. this is a living thing, everybody is employed by it. so, we get asked by people -- >> jimmy: i get asked for tickets because i know you guys, all the time. and i make up all sorts of lies to say i can't get tickets for people. because i don't want to bother you asking you for tickets for people. you have to pay for themselves yourselves? >> yeah. we're lucky to have fans who,
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hey, can i go to your concert. you know this, you get hooked up, look me up with a ticket, sweet. i don't think they have to pay for it. but in theater, every seat has to be paid for. we're going to go to the theater tonight and we have to pay for that seat. >> jimmy: you have to pay for your own? >> yes. >> jimmy: really? >> i have to pay for the seat. >> jimmy: is that true or -- >> it's totally true. and we literally spent tens of thousands of dollars on getting -- because it added up. just like, $200 here, there. >> friends want to go, you have to -- >> two years, tens of thousands -- >> losing money on this thing. >> jimmy: this is terrible. they say -- matt and i are the single biggest ticket buyers, for sure. >> that's why it's sold out. >> jimmy: that's a terrible plan. you have need to renegotiate, i think. you really do. and you started the tour in denver. that was the first stop on the tour. >> yeah. >> jimmy: your hometown. was that exciting or -- i imagine that was a pain, though, with all the people there. >> yeah, we got -- every night,
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i mean, really hard to figure out who we were going to get tickets for and who we weren't. >> jimmy: who would ask you? >> everyone. my fifth grade music teacher asked me, through people through people, you know? and it was like, even my father, he's like, i'm not getting tickets for people anymore. everyone got sick of being a secretary. >> i had a doctor in l.a. that i went to one time in the '90s, for some reason. literally, in the '90s. he called asking. >> jimmy: did you? >> no, i was like, no. >> my girlfriend -- >> jimmy: hold on. rewind a little. your girlfriend, who? >> boogie. her hairstylist wanted tickets. what did you think? oh, we didn't make it but we paid for those! >> jimmy: oh, boogie -- >> they thought they got free tickets, so, whatever. >> jimmy: did you have celebrities come to the preneer in denver?
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>> we tried to get the denver broncos to come. but we thought -- we're hot shots now, we're back in denver, now we can meet the broncos. and they didn't get back to us. >> jimmy: none of them? >> we thought we were big cheese. no. >> jimmy: did you invite john elway? he didn't show up? >> still not cool enough. >> jimmy: is that right? none of the broncos had time -- >> no broncos, no nuggets. i didn't see any rockies, no avalanche. nothing. >> we were the two celebrities here. >> jimmy: this will be different here in l.a., i would think, right? >> i don't know. we invited some clippers and -- >> jimmy: clippers are bad to invite. if you get stuck sitting behind a clipper at a show, you can't see anything. >> that's true. >> jimmy: don't -- uninvite the clippers. did you invite -- >> i'm sure we have to pay for their tickets anyway. >> jimmy: don't invite too many people. when you go back to your hometown, do you go to your old spots, or is it one of those -- >> i actually went to -- we had the documentary, we did behind the scenes -- >> jimmy: oh, that was great.
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yeah. >> and they now are doing something else so they wanted to see where i grew up. so, we took them up into the mountains in colorado and i thought, you know, oh, i won't recognize it. it hadn't changed at all. like, there wasn't even a house that had been remodeled. it was like, every house was -- i'm like, there's kyle's house, kenny's house. everything was the same. and then we drove up to where i grew up and it was just like, i saw cars in the driveway, i was like, okay, wait, i didn't want to walk in with a camera crew. i walk up. there's guys working in the groj garage. i was thinking, how do i say that? excuse me. the guy goes, you're trey parker. i'm like, yeah. he goes, i knew this day was going to come. i was like, wow, really? hold on, i got something for you. he goes into the house, he comes back out with my high school class ring. he goes, is this yours? i was like, yeah, that's -- this was in the vent. and the documentary guys caught
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it on tape. crazy. >> jimmy: that's pretty great. you got your class ring back. that's nice. >> and he got tickets to book of mormon that i had to pay for. >> jimmy: seems like a pretty good trade-off. did you get to go in the house and look around? >> yeah, everything was exactly the same, and i went into my room, which is, like, we all go back childhood rooms and it was a nine by nine cell. and just -- how did i live here. >> jimmy: did you get emotional in the house? >> no, no. >> jimmy: i didn't think so, i figured i would throw it out there. now, you guys -- i don't know, do you guys care what other people think in general? it seems like maybe you don't. >> a little bit. >> jimmy: the reviews for "book of mormon," when they first came out, did you -- is that something you were worried about, you thought about? >> yeah, reviews -- i think more than, like, reviews in theater mean a lot more, especially -- >> jimmy: why do you think they mean more? >> i think because -- compared to tv, right now somebody is watching this at home and it's free, they just shut it off and walk away.
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probably doing that right now. and with a movie, it's ten bucks, for some people, it's not that much money. if it stinks -- theater is so much money. 100 buck us, a big night out for people to go and i think reviews matter. people need to, okay -- it's such an investment of time and i check reviews for theater, because it's not uncomfortable to watch a junky movie, but when you have to sit there, you're looking at them -- >> looking at you like they know it's bad, too. >> i understand why reviews are more important. >> jimmy: so, "the new york times," which is -- that's the most important of all the reviews, right? it comes out and -- how long after the show premieres does it come out? >> the night of the premiere. >> comes out opening night. a funny thing, we were, like, at the afterparty of the opening night and everyone who was in the theater world is like, literally, 10:38, at 10:38 the review comes out.
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some time, they all knew and they magically all knew when it was going to come out. >> jimmy: this is all the doubters and deniers out there, the ones that say that heaven on broadway does not exist, that it's only some mist our ancestors dreamed up, i am here to report that a old fashioned please sure giving musical has arrived. it asheaved something like a miracle. "the new york times." then, what happens when you guys read this? >> a few drinks. >> jimmy: entertaining act of musical comedy. and maybe most importantly, the ultimate accolade came from twitter. "saw the book of mormon last night. have you guys seen it? it's hysterical. so pleasantly surprised." kim kardashian. >> wow. and that's when you say -- >> that's when you know you did it. >> it's all worth it. >> "new york times," kim kardashian. >> jimmy: if kim asks you for tickets, will you provide them for her? >> hell no. >> jimmy: when we come back, because it's about mormon, i
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>> jimmy: hi there, we're back with trey parker and matt stone. adam scott and everclear is still to come. the show is called "the book of mormon," playing in l.a. you guys are doing a thing for fans who maybe can't afford the expensive ticket. that other people can. tell us about that. >> we're doing a $25 lottery, which is like, which is the first row of the theater. you show up a couple hours ahead of time, put your name in a hat and they pull. >> jimmy: if you don't get the tickets, do you keep the $25? how does it work? >> you get it back. >> jimmy: you do? that would be more fun the other way. >> we've been doing it on broadway, because people who can't afford to see the show, get to see the show. usually those people are the biggest fans and then they're in the front row and they are just so psyched and it makes the actors psyched and the whole thing just feeds on itself and helps. >> jimmy: definitely. mitt romney apparently -- >> he can afford the 25.
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>> jimmy: he can afford the tickets. have you invited him to the show? >> we have. we'll do it again. we'll pay for his ticket. >> jimmy: do mormons like this play in general? >> yeah, no, what's crazy is -- we've noticed more and more mormons that show up and a lot of them kind of see it as their "fiddler on the roof." >> jimmy: really? >> you can just see -- and you know that when there's a big group of mormons there because they're really inside mormon joke and they laugh. >> jimmy: this is pretty amazing too. this is the play bill from the theater. we did not fake this. >> we just found this out last night. this is unbelievable. >> jimmy: so, "the book of mormon" is not just a miss call, it's, of course, the bible. for the church of latter day saints. they took out advertising in your play book. >> they did. >> jimmy: i've read the book. the book is always better.
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you've seen the play. now read the book. are there black mormons? i find that hard to believe. >> it was so funny, because we actually talked -- when we were writing the show, we were like, it would be really funny, we should put in the playbill, if you would like to know more, visit your local temple. that would be hilarious. and they did it themselves. >> jimmy: they paid to do it. >> they paid to do it. >> jimmy: what's going on with "south park" right now? when does that come back on? [ applause ] >> we have new shows on -- >> three weeks from yesterday. >> jimmy: that means you'll start writing them in a couple weeks. >> we started talking about them today. >> yeah, meeting today to start talking about them. >> jimmy: it will be a last-second type of deal that you'll do with the show? >> yeah. every time we try to write a show way ahead of time, it sucks, so -- we just gave up. >> we don't even start now until -- >> jimmy: it's inspiring for all those kids who don't do their homework until midnight the night before. you guys have made a career out of it. >> wake up at 4:00 a.m. and do
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it then. that was our deal. >> jimmy: great to see you. can i get some tickets for the show? is that possible? >> i think we already bought you some. >> jimmy: you did, actually. i didn't realize you bought them, but i'll give you a couple of bucks on the way out. matt and trey, everybody. "the book of mormon" is playing at the pantages theatre here in l.a. through november 25th. we'll be right back with adam scott. ,,,, wish there were more to your detergent's scent?
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degree clinical protection. >> jimmy: hi there. still to come, music from everclear. our next guest is a beautiful young man who has starred in some of the funniest shows on television including "eastbound and down," "party down" and "parks and recreation," which returns to the air september 20th on nbc, and he has a movie coming out tomorrow called "bachelorette." please say hello to adam scott! [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm great. you know what, congratulations. >> jimmy: on what? >> on your engagement.
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>> jimmy: oh, thank you very much. that's very nice of you. [ cheers and applause ] >> molly is a lovely, lovely, lovely, lovely, lovely, lovely, lovely, lovely, lovely lady. >> jimmy: are you -- is this your way of telling me you had sex with her? >> yes. yes. >> jimmy: well, that's disappointing. that's a tough way to start out an interview, i have to say. >> that's how i start out all of my interviews. >> jimmy: how are you doing? did you have a good summer? did you have to work? >> i did. i had a job in new york for the summer which was really nice. while i was out there working, i got invited to come out here to los angeles to meet the president. >> jimmy: of what? >> costco. >> jimmy: oh. >> no, of the united states. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah, i was invited along with a small group of actors and other people like me, who don't deserve to meet the president. >> jimmy: i see. yes, yes. >> to come out and meet him.
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so i got a day off of work in new york. >> jimmy: oh, wow, so you came out -- >> yes. i got this late flight and got here in the middle of the night and had to be in beverly hills at 7:30 in the morning, which is across town from where i am. i had to wake up at 5:00, didn't see my family. got up and, you know, i grew up in a family of proud democrats and i am a proud democrat. and -- so, this was a -- this was a big deal. >> jimmy: yeah, meeting the president is a big deal. sure. >> as you know, it's a huge, huge deal. so i woke up, and i had to pick out the -- i had to dress up for the event. i had to pick out the perfect suit. the suit that i would imagine i would wear if i were to somehow take over the world. >> jimmy: uh-huh. is that in the works right now, or -- >> yeah, yeah, we'll see. we'll see how it goes. and i just remember getting in my car and like sitting behind
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the wheel before i left to drive across town and thinking, like, i think this might be the biggest day of my life. for me, for my family, for my parents. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> i'm going to meet the president of the united states. it was an amazing moment. i started the car and i drove a couple of blocks and crashed into a series of parked cars. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? why? how? >> it just happened, jimmy. >> jimmy: so you hit the cars. >> yeah. i hit three parked cars. >> jimmy: were the people in the cars? >> no. it was 6:30 in the morning. >> jimmy: okay. >> so, i hit one, bounced backwards, hit another and the one i hit initially bounced forward and almost destroyed yet another one. >> jimmy: so what do you do at this point? >> my first thought was, well, i have to get the hell out of here. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but my car wouldn't move.
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>> jimmy: oh, no. >> so i had to get out of my car and start knocking on doors to wake people up and tell them i had destroyed their cars. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and so -- were some not the houses of the cars of the people you destroyed? >> the first house i knocked on, all three people lived there. they all came out in their pajamas. so instead of meeting the president -- >> jimmy: you never -- >> no. i couldn't go meet the president. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> so, instead of doing that, i was standing in the street wearing a ridiculous suit with three people in their pajamas who were absolutely furious with me. >> jimmy: that's terrible. >> for three hours. >> jimmy: so, you never got to meet the president. >> no. and i had bragged about it to everyone. >> jimmy: oh, well, that's fantastic. you exchanged insurance information and that was that. >> which is pretty fun. >> jimmy: sure. that's a lot of fun. but nothing good this summer? that's a terrible thing to happen. >> well, i ended up going
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camping. it brought my 5-year-old camping for the first time, which was -- really nice, but i don't know, i'm not -- >> jimmy: your son. >> my son, yeah. he's nice. i'm not that into camping. like i grew up camping with my family. >> jimmy: oh, you did? >> they're all big outdoors people. i prefer like air conditioning and television. >> jimmy: right, yeah. yeah. >> but -- >> jimmy: where did you camp? in, like, was it a real camping, like, with a tent and that sort of thing? >> yeah. i was way out in the middle of colorado with, like, you sleep on the ground, there's a hole to poop in. >> jimmy: oh, that's fun. >> in the ground. and -- [ laughter ] so i had a couple -- took me a couple of days to adjust, but i did, like, i took a stick, tied a fishing line to it, put a hook on it, dug up a worm, put it in the creek and my son and i pulled a rainbow trout out together and, i like gutted it -- >> jimmy: for real? >> yeah. i remembered as a kid, i hadn't
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done it for 20 years or something, i can't believe i remembered, took a nice and, like, you put the knife, you start at the aneus, you carve u, you rip the guts up and you clean it -- it was amazing. my testosterone, i immediately just grew a giant beard. >> jimmy: was your son impressed? >> sure. >> jimmy: then you ate it? >> we cooked it. >> jimmy: you didn't kill it and threw it away? >> then we caught a bunch more. killed them. threw them away. >> jimmy: for a few minutes, your life became like the opening credits to the andy griffith show. >> yes, it was amazing. >> jimmy: wow, that's pretty good. he must think his dad is a real man. >> he did, for, like, seven minutes and then he went back to just thinking i'm a giant [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: i see. now, "parks and recreation" comes back in two weeks? >> september 20. >> jimmy: you have special
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guests on the show. not exactly the president of the united states, but fairly close as far as that goes. >> yeah, our premiere episode takes place in washington, d.c., and we had some cameos from john mccain, senators barbara boxer and olympia snowe -- so, it was a big deal. >> jimmy: wow. what does senator mccain do in the show? is he acting? >> yeah. he's really good. they're all really good. you realize they're senators, so, they're used to just walking around and [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> so, they're really good actors. olympia snowe and barbara boxer are such smart, sophisticated women. i found myself -- i was doing a scene with them and i just found myself being kind of undeniably attracted to them. i found them totally, totally beautiful. in every way. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: but then you snapped right out of that, right? >> right. >> jimmy: what about senator mccain, were you attracted to him sexually? >> i was.
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he is a beautiful, beautiful man. >> jimmy: is he a fun guy? what kind of guy is he? >> he is. it was really an honor to meet him. he, yeah, he's like cracking jokes and, you know, he's like a grandfather who comes over and, you know, has, like, right-wing attitude. >> jimmy: uh-huh. [ laughter ] and you got this movie "bachelorette" coming out tomorrow. >> yeah, comes out tomorrow. really funny. it's hilarious. comes out in the theaters tomorrow. already been on itunes for a couple of weeks. >> jimmy: yeah, i've been hearing a lot of people talk about it. for some reason, i thought it already came out. but -- >> it's the first movie to hit number one on itunes before coming out in the theater. some sort of record, but adam mccain, will ferrell produced it. it's really funny. >> jimmy: very good to see you. congratulations. hopefully you'll meet the president one day. we'll put it out there. >> we'll see. >> jimmy: it was a missed opportunity. but adam scott, season five of
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"parks and recreation" premieres thursday september 20th at 9:30 on nbc. we'll be right back with everclear.
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>> jimmy: this is their new album. it is called "invisible stars." here with the song "santa ana wind," everclear. ♪ i feel safe inside the violence like i feel safe inside a roller coaster car ♪ ♪ i feel safe in the hills up above it all sometimes in the middle of the night i can almost see the stars ♪ ♪ living in l.a. makes me think of you i think about the good times doing all the bad things that we used to do i walk the streets at night to remember why ♪ ♪ i feel so bad i walk the streets at night it helps sometimes to remember why ♪ ♪ living in l.a feels like home in a brand new way
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i am like everyone i meet ♪ ♪ i have a ghost in my eyes that will never go away i walk the streets at night to understand why ♪ ♪ i feel so bad i walk the streets at night to understand why i am the way i am ♪ ♪ we come from a sun we're lost out in the cold we run from the light it's the only way we know i wanna find a better sun i wanna find a better world ♪ ♪ i wanna find a better heart so i can find me a better girl ♪ ♪ i wanna find a place to live inside all the violence and the rage ♪ ♪ oh the santa ana wind on a sunny day living in l.a. is the west coast ♪ ♪ without your head in the sand can't explain this place if you're not from here ♪ ♪ you will never understand i walk the streets at night i think about all
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i think about why i am the way that i am ♪ ♪ i walk the streets at night i think about why all the love that i can't have ♪ ♪ we come from a sun we're lost out in the cold we fight for the light it's the only way we know i wanna find a better sun i wanna find a better shine ♪ ♪ i wanna find a better world i wanna find a better life i wanna find a place ♪ ♪ to live inside all the violence and the rage ♪ ♪ oh, the santa ana wind ♪ on a beautiful day ♪ yeah sometimes it's the simple things that i love about this place ♪ ♪ sometimes it's mexican food on a christmas day ♪ ♪ oh the noise in the city is the only way to fall asleep ♪ ♪ i think i needed to leave to understand that t

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