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>> jimmy: hi, gang. welcome. i'm jimmy. thanks for watching on behalf of the united states of america i'd like to wish our viewers up north of us and those of you who are visiting from there a very happy canada day, today is canada day. [ cheers and applause ] anniversary of canada becoming canada in 1867. canada in case you're not familiar with it is a place where for some reason they call dunking doughnuts tim horton's but other than that we're very similar. i do love canada. we owe canada a lot. until canada came along, everybody thought bacon only came in strips. canada proved it can also be round. they're like the christopher columbus of bacon in that way. happy canada day to those of you who deserve it. [ cheers and applause ] this is an international show
tonight. the winner of the world's ugliest dog contest is here tonight. the ugliest dog in the whole world. [ cheers and applause ] her name is quasimodo. every year dozens of dogs travel to petaluma. they've been doing this 27 years. the dogs are scored in a bunch of different categories like personality, special or unusual attributes, and natural ugliness. quasimodo did very well in us a of those. she really is a weird-looking dog. i'm not going to show you what quasimodo looks like yet but i do want to show you how people react to her. we put a camera on her head and walked her around is office. you see not only is quasimoto terrible looking, our staff are terrible actors as well. later on in what has become a beloved annual tradition,
tonight we're going to give the world's ugliest dog a makeover. that's right. [ cheers and applause ] the world's ugliest dog will be transformed into the world's slightly less ugly dog. while we're talking about animals, this is something i like a lot. this is a video shot at a farm. and it's a cautionary tale. in which one human woman learns a valuable lesson about llamas. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what other scenario could she have been hoping for? the llama would grant her a wish? donald trump has had a tough week. on monday, nbc and univision parted ways with the former host of "celebrity apprentice" and today macy's announced they are also severing ties with donald trump, literally. macy's will no longer carry donald trump men's wear at their stores. [ cheers and applause ]
this was a tough decision for macy's because you know, donald trump is where they get a lot of the hot air they use in the floats in the thanksgiving day parade. but now macy's is getting rid of his entire line of suits. what i'd like to know is who is buying donald trump brand suits in the first place? maybe the same people who bought ties from the regis philip "who wants to be a millionaire" collection. after macy's made the announcement trump made his own announcement saying he terminated his relationship with them, not the other way around. right? he decided to pull his own clothes off the shelves randomly. he also tweeted, he said, for all of those who want to #makeamericagreatagain, boycott macy's, they are weak on border security and stopping illegal immigration. he does have a point. [ cheers and applause ] macy's never has done much to stop illegal immigration. macy's never talked to you when you were sneaking in here, right? >> guillermo: never, never, no.
>> jimmy: trump was on "the o'reilly factor" where he explained the human cost of nbc and univision's decision not to air his miss universe pageant. >> we have 50 of the most lovely women you've ever seen right now in louisiana, and they have been abandoned by nbc and abandoned by univision. and i'm going to work it out so that that show goes on. but they have been totally abandoned. their parents are there. their families are there. these are fabulous young women. and nbc didn't even think about that when they did it. and i told them, i said, how can you do this to these wonderful women? i mean, they're young women. >> jimmy: these are young women. [ laughter ] in all seriousness, these young women deserve the opportunity to prance around in bikinis and answer questions about isis on television. but i guess nbc and univision don't care about young women. by the way, the crazy thing is, even with all this nonsense
going on there's a new poll released by cnn today that has donald trump in second place among republican candidates behind jeb bush. if he can find a few more countries to offend, he might just have a shot at winning this thing. in montreal last night, the u.s. women's soccer team beat germany. [ cheers and applause ] to advance to the world cup finals. i'm not much of a soccer fan but i enjoy watching that game. i think i like women's soccer better than men's soccer. you know what i like about the women's world cup? i tell you, there's none of this. it makes me nervous, it makes me cover my own private parts. it's the world cup. wear a cup for god's sake. so the u.s. team will face the winner of the japan/england game in the finals on sunday. that was some final four. japan, germany, the u.s., and england. sounds familiar, doesn't it? [ laughter ]
the state of oregon today became the fourth state to legalize recreational marijuana following in the funny-colored footsteps of colorado, washington, and alaska. at long last finally the people of oregon can do exactly what they've been doing all along anyway. it's a weird law. it's legal to have pot, and it's legal to smoke pot in oregon, but it's not legal to buy it yet. which i think means it only legal to steal it, i don't know. you can have up to eight ounces of pot in your home, which is -- let's be honest, most guys in portland have that much pot in their beards. last night oregonians took to the streets just before midnight to count the new law down, to kind of do a new year's eve thing. and needless to say the local news teams were on the scene. >> guys, the mood is festive and a little chaotic. and i can tell you that the crowd is probably quadrupled since we saw you at 10:00. many here are yelling "weed, we want weed!"
>> jimmy: use a light tier while we're at it. it's hard to believe it was legal to get gay married in alabama before it was legal to smoke a joint in oregon, isn't it? meanwhile, in our nation's capital today, so many people have jumped over the white house fence over the past couple of years, the secret service is putting temporary metal spikes in on the fence. last year one jumper made it all the way to the east room of the white house. this is the latest in security technology from 1325. it's impenetrable. unless you even a ladder. in which case it is no problem to get over that. we are now protecting the president's life the same way we keep pigeons from sitting on atms. if you're planning to go to the movies this weekend you have a big decision to make. there are two major sequels that arrived in theaters today. "terminator: genisys," and "magic mike xxl." i'm betting on terminator.
arnold schwarzenegger is in terminator and if we learned anything from "jurassic world," people love movies starring dinosaurs. oh, sorry. summer is blockbuster movie season. there are a lot of them. to help you decide which ones are worth your $12 and your weekend night, we asked our friend yehya to review some of the biggest of the big movies and here's yehya talking about the movie "ant-man." >> the problem i smile a lot, my eyes close. hi, it's me, yehya, talking about summer movie. i talk about the movie, ant of man. you know, this guy, he's become a very small man in the movie, and he can go to the bank, he can go anywhere, you cannot see him. and the guy, ball rodeo.
i got picture of him. he's in the movie. very small. i don't know, the poster look very big. you know, big as anyone. this guy, latino, he's with the movie brad pitt, the one with the military. chya bough. and the movie, michael douglas, i got picture of michael. is very good actor. and his dad very big star also. do the movies. i remember a lot of thing for him. the one also with the -- what his name? champagne. the movie called "game." and also the movie with the lady, what her name, sharli stone. and she sit like this leg with the leg. yeah. >> huh. >> i don't see the movie. but to me is very good movie. watch the movie and watch it
soon because i think -- is not coming out. it's come out? >> jimmy: there you go. thank you, yehya. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break. when we come back from that break, the world's ugliest dog is here for an extreme makeover so stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: abc jimmy kimmel live brought to you by mercedes benz. if you can't stand the heat, get off the test track. get the mercedes-benz you've been burning for at the summer event, going on now at your authorized mercedes-benz dealer. hurry, before this opportunity cools off. share your summer moments in your mercedes-benz with us.
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we want to do something special for quasimodo to make her feel pretty. let's be honest, nobody wants to be the ugliest anything, even a dog. we reached out to celebrity stylist carson kressley and he brought his team of hair, makeup and fashion experts and we gave the world's ugliest dog a full celebrity makeover. ♪ >> oh, quasimodo! hello! are you ready for your makeover? what? oh, yeah, she is. i thought so. let's go! first we hit the spa. to get her in the right mood. ♪ >> next stop, mani/pedi. we had a whole array of amazing wiggery. you know what they say, blonds
get more bones. then we popped over to the ralph lauren accessory wall. i think that's a dog smile. then we sort through racks and racks of clothing. a turtleneck with your body type? not going to work. i've done a lot of makeovers but this time we outdid ourselves. >> jimmy: all right, so virginia and mike, get ready to see quasi's makeover? brace yourselves. here's is quasi, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: wow. that is -- wow. she's a regular elle mcpherson now. >> isn't she? >> jimmy: she looks like a cross between honey boo-boo and a hooker. >> i was going for that. except for the honey boo-boo part. >> jimmy: tell us what you did here, carson. >> i was wondering what i did myself. actually, we wanted to accentuate her long legs which i thought was her best feature. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> we gave her these faux fur pom-poms. >> jimmy: i like that, actually. >> i wouldn't let her wear her cousin. >> jimmy: good idea. we did this adult onesie this baby onesie, and i realized it did not have enough coverage because she has like 34 nipples. so i just kind of did that. and then everyone loves a pearl necklace.
>> jimmy: sure. >> insert joke there. >> jimmy: no. >> then a little bit of a blond wig just for fun. >> jimmy: i like it. >> she's a florida girl. >> jimmy: what do you think, this is a look that you think you could continue? when quasimodo goes home? >> looks high maintenance but we'll give it a try. >> jimmy: let's show the before and after photo here. oh my goodness, yes. so much better. >> so much nicer. >> jimmy: you really did a great job, carson. >> i really did. >> jimmy: thank you, virginia and mike. thanks to the team. wow, you really outdid yourselves. thank you especially, quasimodo. quasimodo doesn't know what the hell's going on. she is now the world's most beautiful dog, that's right. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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f c the reigning women's bantamweight champion, maybe the most dominant professional athlete on the planet earth, ronda rousey is here with us. then later, a talented young man from nearby in long beach, california, his debut album came out yesterday, it's called "summertime '06." music from vince staples. tomorrow night, andy samberg, seattle seahawks qb russell wilson, and music from butch walker. so join us then. our first guest tonight is a tony award-winning, emmy-nominated actor, and one of only a handful of performers to have played both hamlet on stage and sabretooth on screen. watch the season premiere of "ray donvan" july 12th on showtime. please welcome liev schreiber. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how you doing? >> i'm good. >> jimmy: very good to see you. >> nice to see you. >> jimmy: i have to tell you something. i wound up typing your name
several times today and each time i typed "l-i-e-v" it auto corrected to "live." that would drive me insane if i were you. >> it's not as bad as when people call me leave. >> jimmy: change your name to live. >> not bad. >> jimmy: live schreiber. sounds like something that would be on the daily catch menu. >> it's fresh. >> jimmy: i know you're a fight fan. boxing particularly. are you a ufc fan as well? >> i am. i noticed on my way out here that ronda rousey is here. >> jimmy: that is correct. yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> you know that conversation that you have with your wife when you're in bed and you're watching women fighting on television? and she turns to you affectionately and says, do you think you could take her? you know that's a trap, that question. >> jimmy: right. >> ronda rousey has completely ended that conversation, it will never happen again.
>> jimmy: our warmup guy thinks he can fight her, he's going to fight her later on tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'd like to see it. >> jimmy: maybe we won't like to see it. >> that's true. >> jimmy: i am suspecting it would end in tragedy. >> i'd like to see it. is he a big guy? >> jimmy: yeah, he's a big guy. but you know what? he's got bad knees, though. i think that would be a problem. >> they're going to be worse. >> jimmy: you're a boxer? >> no, i studied boxing. i don't box. >> jimmy: you read about it? >> i read about it. i had to play one once. so i trained. and i learned how to pretend that i could box. >> jimmy: i see. but -- >> and i continued. it's great. >> jimmy: you do all those documentaries. you do the voice-over fair elevation for hbo boxing documentaries. you get to see all sorts. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: how many of those have you done now? >> hbo sports, dozens i think. i'm not sure. >> jimmy: dozens.
>> i think dozens. >> jimmy: it's almost unfair. i bet there are a bunch of ugly voice-over guys that are so bummed you get to do that kind of stuff. you shouldn't have that voice and that face. >> oh, stop. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you should have a gilbert godfrey kind of voice. >> stop, stop, stop. i get red very easy. no, i really do. >> jimmy: you do, i'm sorry to tell you you're handsome. but what i'm saying is, when did you start doing that voiceovers? >> oh, probably -- about a year after i got out of school. some friends of mine had a small boutique advertising agency and we didn't get much work. so what we do is we would pitch clients jobs. and we'd do funny voices and things although like that to try and get gigs. >> jimmy: what kind of things would you do? >> i did the frito bandito once. the idea was that the frito bandito was on the unemployment line.
because he -- i guess frito wasn't doing that well that year. then somebody comes in with this idea for cool ranch fritos and then his career was revitalized. so i was the frito bandito trying to remain anonymous on the unemployment line. >> jimmy: really. >> yeah. >> jimmy: this was the ad agency's idea? >> don't make me do this. >> jimmy: and shockingly, the frito people didn't think that up? >> no, no. i don't know -- >> jimmy: let me see if i have this idea straight. no one likes our main product anymore, so now you -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: a very white man, will be playing the bandito. >> we also had a pitch which we actually did get picked up for the extreme games where we had, if you took like those english sort of guys, the color
mmentary guys from 1936, and exposed them to the x-games, how would they do it? it was that whole thing of like -- >> jimmy: that's a funny idea. >> here we are at the 1936 extreme games and it's quite a pip of a thing, yes. [ cheers and applause ] then the guy from -- what's that, what's that, what's that man doing with that rubber cord tethered to his ankle? by god, he's jumping! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i didn't know you had that in you. >> i didn't either, actually. >> jimmy: you don't play foolish roles. >> no, i don't get to do funny very often. >> jimmy: why is that? >> i don't know. you know -- i don't -- >> jimmy: are you funny in life? >> i think so. >> jimmy: do your kids think you're funny? >> not really. >> jimmy: no? >> you know, when i do -- like i have to do the -- like i'll do belly flops and they like that. the other day i asked them if they could jump across the pool and get to the other side, and i said i would do it first. without swimming. you just jump and go across the width of the pool, not the length. i went across and smashed my fingers and i think i broke two
fingers. they were laughing hysterically. so things like that. >> jimmy: they like physical comedy. >> they like pain. >> jimmy: do you try? are you joking around with them? i tell you one thing i did once. i did it a bunch of times. i would yell at them and say, we have to leave for school, it's time to go! and i would open the front door and march outside. and i'd just be in my underwe they loved it. they thought it was the funniest thing ever. >> i know i have done that. naomi gets really pissed off. >> jimmy: you don't want to be in the vicinity of the school when that happens. >> no, no. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back, "ray donvan," it's your third season on the show. liev schreiber is here, we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ story epic. e your each challenge becomes a chapter
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he isn't funny. yeah, no bloodshed is probably not how ray's going to do it. >> no. >> jimmy: third season, what has transpired between the end of season two and the beginning of season three? >> ray's hit rock bottom. he's doing peep show gigs. sort of set off on his own. and he -- david nevins, head of showtime, said he was interested in a show that shows how money speaks to power in los angeles. so ray goes to work for a billionaire. played by ian mcshane. and that's his new gig. >> jimmy: that's the new gig. katie holmes is on the show. >> she is indeed, it's terrific. >> jimmy: it's a great "donvan's creek." it's exciting, right? >> yes. >> jimmy: she plays whom? >> she plays andrew phinney's daughter, paige phinney. >> jimmy: we're talking about
your voiceover stuff a minute ago. you do things for documentaries and commercials. you were talking about it. you also do things for certain charitable organizations. >> i do. >> jimmy: quite a few of them, actually. >> i do. well, you know. there are so many organizations and charities out there to support, i think one of the hardest things for people like you and me is to find the time to do as many as we can. so what we've done is we sort of came up with a system whereby the celebrities can come in, show their support in a sort of general way, then the organization can come in afterward and sort of fill in the details. >> jimmy: does that work? is that effective, do you find? >> i think so, saves a lot of time. >> jimmy: you brought an example of this. let's take a look. >> hello. i'm liev schreiber. and i'm here to talk about herpes. herpes affects millions of people every year. day after day we stand back and let's herpes happen.
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>> jimmy: hi, welcome back. still to come, music from vince staples. our next guest might be the most dominant athlete in any in the world right now. her last two championship fights lasted a total of 30 seconds combined. on august 1st she defends her ufc bantamweight title live on pay per view. please say hello to ronda rousey! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i was worried that you were going to come out and just, to be funny, beat me up. please don't. >> i don't fight for free. >> jimmy: how are you? it's a month -- yes, exactly one month. so today were you punching people today? what did you do? >> today i had to consolidate my two trainings because i came here. so i did judo and mitt work and
double end bag, did everything together. >> jimmy: what time are the trainings? morning and night? >> yeah, i had one at 10:00 today, i've got sparring tomorrow around 11:00. >> jimmy: do you enjoy that, do you like the training part of it? >> yeah, you have to enjoy the part where you're paying your dues. you have to enjoy the grind or else you can't make it all about the reward. >> jimmy: do you feel like now that you've beat -- you really have faced -- haven't faced much competition. i mean, you've crushed your opponents. that you feel like you could kind of lay back a little bit? >> well, it's plenty of competition. nobody's easy until after you beat them, you know. i'm kind of a victim in my own success in that i fight above myself. the better the competition is. as these girls get better and better, i do better. >> jimmy: do you feel like they are getting better and better? >> oh, yeah, definitely. plus they're all studying me. specifically studying for me. so this chick i'm fighting next is doing a lot of judo, preparing for my style. >> jimmy: you've likened this competition to "rocky iv."
which character would you be in that? >> i'm rocky. >> jimmy: you're rocky. >> i'm rocky in this one, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] not only -- i did the whole mountain training and hitting the bag on the tree and everything like that. but it's gotten very personal between me and this girl. much like it did with rocky and drago and all of that. i'm going to beat her in her own country. >> jimmy: do you really dislike this woman? >> yes. >> jimmy: why did you decide to have the fight in brazil? i assume they'll be rooting for her. >> well, i mean, i fight above myself in brazil, i do really well there. the thing is i just wanted to beat her in the most devastatingly embarrassing way possible. [ cheers and applause ] beat her in front of her own people. i'm not afraid to let go of the hometown advantage. she's much more than a hometown advantage away from beating me. >> jimmy: you should show up at her house and beat her up during christmas dinner. >> doing it for free? i've got to feed my dogs. >> i know you're in "expendables
3." sylvester stallone. does he know about this "rocky" thing? >> it's a little different than the "rocky iv" training he did. he didn't hit anything, he didn't have any sparring, he didn't do any mitt work. he showed the montage of him getting in shape for the movie. >> jimmy: yeah. well, he was probably really busy back then. >> i mean, it was awesome. i was totally into it. then i watched later, i'm like, drago's doing all the sparring, he didn't hit anyone. >> jimmy: that's one of those movies that you look back on sometimes and you go, what was going on here? >> it's still my favorite one, though. >> jimmy: you should give a speech, give a word for word version of that speech about world peace that he gave. >> i can't do it. >> jimmy: in the end when he beat drago, then you remember what happened? >> yeah, he said, if i could change and you could change, i ain't changing. the thing is rocky walked in there saying he didn't like
everybody there that much. i love the brazilian crowd. >> jimmy: yes, we're friendly with brazil. >> they've booed me out of stadiums, chanted "you're going to die" in portuguese. they're also the only crowd to cheer for me. the world championship trials in 2007, i was fighting the girl who was defending world champion, she dislocated my arm and i popped it back into place, 20 seconds left, i threw her with the one arm that i popped back in and everyone just exploded cheering. it didn't matter that i wasn't brazilian, it mattered that they saw something great, and i love that crowd. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, that would be something any crowd would be excited about that. we talked about your mom before. and the unusual ways that she trained you. is she still involved with your training? >> yeah, she comes and she watches and stuff like that. but you know how like your mom will call and ask you, have you washed behind your ears? she'll call me and be like, have you done your arm bars? have you been doing enough arm bars? you can't get all excited about
hitting things. my mom berates me about arm bars. >> jimmy: kids, you have to do your arm bars. typically what we would show on a television show is a clip of a fight. but because your fights are so short, we can show the whole fight. >> announcer: here we go! right down, look at that! >> oh, man. >> ronda wants to end it quickly. >> and it is all over! >> oh my god. >> just like that! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: when you train, when you train i know you train hard, for months, for a fight like this, then it's over in 14 seconds. are you at all disappointed? no, i'm going to go get hot wings, i'm really excited. i trained all that time my whole life. every microsecond i've never
been down before in mma. the girl came out doing a flying knee, back wheel cartwheel in my head, invented something never done before. >> jimmy: that's the greatest thing. her and her trainers are probably like, here's what we're going to do. >> no one's ever charged at me before. she came in with a flying know. >> jimmy: a flying whatever, and you're just, over, that's it. >> if i walked you through all decision process and observations i would seem like a five-minute fight. it looks short. >> jimmy: it was short. it doesn't just look short in hindsight. >> it seemed really long. >> jimmy: playing that in slow motion would last 40 seconds. it was a very short fight. do you ever talk to -- did you talk to your opponent after that fight? >> yeah. >> jimmy: did she go, oh, boy, i didn't expect that? >> well, of course she didn't expect it. but i mean, i actually -- i really like her. she's one of the girls that i really had a lot of respect for. and i just told her, we could do this again any time.
>> jimmy: do you take it easier when you like somebody? >> well, if i make the fight fast, that means i like you. that's me at my most merciful. >> jimmy: that's very sweet. >> she got to go home and do whatever with the payment to go buy a house. she had a great night if you think about it. but like with this next chick that i don't like, it's not going to be like that. she's going to walk out looking different than she did walking in. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: when we get in a -- somebody in a submission hold like that, do you ever think about tickling them? >> no. but i am deathly ticklish. >> jimmy: you are? >> yes, if anyone tried tickling me i would go super ninja, don't try it. >> jimmy: is tickling allowed? >> no. >> jimmy: it is not? >> no unsportsmanlike conduct. >> jimmy: that's unsportsmanlike? it seems quite the opposite to me. >> you can't pull hair. you can swear at the other person, chew them out. nick diaz is famous for that. >> jimmy: i'd like to see a tickling league.
>> you could be the promoter of that. be the dana white of the tickling league. >> jimmy: i would love to be the dana white of the uft. well, good luck, not that you will need it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: will you strive to break your 14-second record here? >> no. no, i'm going to make sure that this chick remembers and endures every single second of this fight. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] by the way, in case people think you're just being a maniac, i know the back story and she absolutely deserves it. it's very good to see you. good luck. ronda rousey, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] saturday, august 1st, live from rio de janeiro on pay per view. be right back with vince staples! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
oof! weee! slurp. mmmmmm. cinnamon. milk. cinna-milk. cinnamon toast crunch. crunch! crave those crazy squares. cinna-milk! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i want to thank liev schreiber, ronda rousey, carson kressley and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is coming up next but first, his album "summertime '06."
it came out yesterday. here with the song "senorita," vince staples! ♪ ♪ nine millimeter my brother's my keeper was serving that ether before i did features ♪ ♪ my mamacita she know how to greet me she know how to keep me she better not get ♪ ♪ nine millimeter my brother's my keeper was serving that ether before i did features ♪ ♪ my mamacita she know how to greet me she know how to keep me she better not get ♪ ♪ ya dead homies run ya bread homie got some lead for me i'm on artesia ♪ ♪ parked in my bimmer bumping my own [ bleep ] i'm focused they stuck on that old [ bleep ] ♪ ♪ livin' for that true religion is broke [ bleep ] i can spend that on a mac with a long clip ♪ ♪ fly in that benz but you hide in that focus my [ bleep ] just focus ♪ ♪ i'm tryin' to paint you a picture ♪ ♪ we stuck in the moment my burner gets stuck if i shoot it too much ♪ ♪ so a [ bleep ] resorted to domin' that's somebody's son but a war to be won ♪ ♪ baby either go hunt or be hunted we crabs in a bucket he called me a crab ♪ ♪ so i shot at him in front of
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