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>> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks all of you for coming. very nice, i appreciate it. i feel so good tonight, i feel like a huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders because this afternoon around about 1:30 i finally got all my christmas shopping finished. i am done for 2015. i like to get it done before labor day. this is kind of like a christmas present. we have a brand-new cast of "dancing with the stars," folks. [ cheers and applause ] they did a strange thing this season, they actually got some cars. chaka khan is on the show. alex skarlatos, one of the americans who stopped the attack on the train in france a couple of weeks ago, and they got this
lady. >> give it up for paula deen! >> hi, paula! >> hi, laura, hi, george! how are you? >>. >> jimmy: good, how have you been? we haven't seen you on tv for a while, what's new? it's kind of funny if you think about it. thinking about this today. the person who had to gh into hiding because she used the "n" word and the guy who wrestled the terrorist with an assault rifle to the ground wind up on the same show. but that's dwts for you. last night on our show, we had an exciting moment. we revealed that gary busey will be a dancing star this season. he came in -- if we could i'd like to have a moment of prayer and silence for his dance partner ana. she will be missed. this season will be more of a gary busey containment program
than a dance competition. i tell you, i'm glad to have the guy who overpowered the terrorist on the show. if gary goes off the rails they might need him. hey, did you hear about this woman in kentucky who will not -- who refuses to issue same-sex marriage licenses? you know the supreme court legalized same-sex marriage in june. but there's a court clerk in moorhead, kentucky, refusing to go along with it, kim davis. here's what happened at the courthouse yesterday when she rejected two men who were hoping to get married. >> i'm beyond listening to you. this is ridiculous. >> please, i'm -- >> do your job! >> just listen to me. >> i don't care how polite you are or what you feel -- >> i know you don't care. >> you're not -- this is not polite. i would never do this to someone. what you're doing to us i would never do to someone. >> you believe -- >> you do not understand what you're doing to people. >> you're forcing your religion on other people! >> would you guys shut up? you're the press so shut up. >> no we're waiting -- >> we're waiting for a license.
>> i'm sorry, i thought it was the press. you guys come up here too. >> jimmy: oh, oops, well. so this woman is refusing to issue the licenses because she says it's against her religion. she's an apostolic christian, turns out has been married four times herself. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: in a way she is an expert on people who shouldn't get married. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] here's the funny thing, put up the photos of kim. so you see, look the at the way she dresses and her hair. if ever there was a woman in need of gay friends. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: send the glam squad in there right now. why is it always a problem with gay stuff? what is it about that that makes people decide to take a stand? why can't we get a meter maid who says it's against her religion to give out parking
tickets? meanwhile, jeb bush and donald trump are going at it. they're exchanging insults on twitter. they're posting negative videos about each other. i almost feel bad for jeb bush. the whole thing feels like a middle-aged librarian doing battle with lex luther. here's something that surprised me. i'm sure donald trump had something to do with this. according to a new public policy poll a majority of republicans still believe that president obama is a muslim. for real. 54%. think he's muslim. i have to say i was shocked by this but i thought it might be a good subject for tonight's "pedestrian question." earlier today we went out on the street, we asked people, is president obama a muslim? here's how this worked. we will see a person introduce him or herself, then based on that introduction, we will try to guess together if the person believes obama is a muslim or not. all right? get it? >> leah butler, i'm from west lake village. >> is president barack obama a muslim?
sg >> jimmy: do we think low sa thinks president obama is muslim? we're split on this. the answer is? >> no. no, my dad would say yes. but no, he's not. >> jimmy: her dad would say yes. next up. >> i'm marcos from la habra, california. >> is president barack obama a muslim? >> jimmy: does marcos think president obama is a muslim? really, everyone? anyone say no? well, let's see. >> yes. i believe he is. i don't want to say that. >> jimmy: don't want to phone a friend? it's not too late. here's another one. >> anthony from pasadena. >> jimmy: anthony, is president barack obama a muslim? what about anthony? all right, you say no? let's find out. >> yeah, i think he is a muslim. black, yeah, he's a muslim.
>> black, but is he a muslim? >> yeah. >> jimmy: he's been smoking that thing behind his ear. next up? >> my name is lisa baroski from inglewood, california. >> is president barack obama a muslim? >> jimmy: does lisa, notice the red, white and blue shirt, think president obama is a muslim? the inglewood throws you a little? let's see. >> christian muslim. >> what does that mean? >> he's a muslim but he's a christian muz him. >> jimmy: kind of like a jew for jesus, it's very complicated. very diplomatic on her part. next up? >> philip w. jackson, greenburg, indiana. >> philip, is president barack obama a muslim? >> jimmy: all right? no hesitation there. all right, does philip think president obama is a muslim? >> no, sir. >> are you sure about that?
>> i feel very positive about it. [ applause ] >> jimmy: don't you feel a little getty for prejudging? who else do we have? >> phil from atlanta. >> phil, is president barack obama a muslim? >> jimmy: what does phil from atlanta think? smea a smattering of noes, mostly yeses? >> depend hoos you ask. >> i'm asking you. >> you're asking me? >> yeah. >> my first reaction is to plead the fifth. >> what's your second reaction? >> no. >> he's not? >> no. >> okay. >> jimmy: thank you, santa claus. [ laughter ] >> stefan from st. louis, missouri. >> is president barack obama a muslim? >> jimmy: does stefan think president obama is a muslim? all right, let's find out.
>> i don't know. shoot. i can't -- i don't know, i can't answer that question. if i were to say whatever answer it is, that would make me lying. i ain't going to lie to you, i don't know. >> thank you for not lying with us here today. >> of course. >> he probably is, right? >> i said i don't know. >> he is, right? >> i said i don't know. >> jimmy: i don't think he knows. if we learned anything today it's that stefan doesn't know. thank you for playing. that was fun and mind boggling too. hey, we have to take a break. when we come back, we played a beautiful new prank on my aunt chippy. and it's a lot of fun so stick around for that, we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: welcome back. amanda peet, bobcat goldthwait, music from krurs young or the way. those who watch regularly know that on occasion i like to have some fun with my aunt chippy. we've pulled a lot of pranks on her over the years. once we went -- we painted her house green and orange while she was at work. the best one was probably, we sent her to see her daughter, my cousin mickey's, sonogram. she'd never seen a sonogram before. we animated the baby and she thought the baby was dancing and picking its nose. cousin sal and i have been doing things to aunt chippy since we were kids and she always falls for it. we told her she and guillermo were going to be interviewed by foreign press. we had actors pretending to be reporters from all over the world. once again aunt chippy fell for
it hook, line and cigarettes. >> test one, two, one, two. >> aunt chippy. your picture like that. >> i know, they got [ bleep ] pictures of me. look at you, happy [ bleep ]. >> cameras are rolling, send in the first reporter. >> this is javier from el mundo. >> nice to meet you. >> nice meeting you. >> tell him he's got to speak english to me. [ speaking spanish ] >> my english, little. >> my spanish, little. >> okay. [ speaking spanish ] >> wait, you're not his great grandmother? >> you are great grandmother? >> great grandmothers are dead, his grandmother is dead, i'm the aunt. i'm jimmy's aunt. >> sal: you ar bag lady. >> someone tell me you are bag
lady? >> i'm bad? >> bag. bag lady. >> a bag lady? i'm not a bag lady. i was home in my house -- >> sal: jimmy bought you a home? >> jimmy buy home? >> no. >> guillermo: jimmy paying for your house? >> no my house is paid. not you too. >> i want you to tell me about your sex life. >> mine? >> yes. >> it's dead. like the dead sea. i don't -- >> you have sex with dead people? you said it's dead second. you have sex with dead people? >> [ bleep ]. are you people crazy? what's wrong with you people? >> guillermo: you don't want a guy no more? >> no, i'm not interested. >> if you don't want the men, maybe a woman? it's okay. >> we don't talk about things like that. i never was with a woman. ever. and i'm not planning on it either. i'm not having a boyfriend. why are we talking about this [ bleep ] anyway?
>> sal: you never kissed a woman? >> guillermo: you never kissed a woman, she say? >> you want a woman kiss you? >> yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> mwah, mwah! >> guillermo: i thought you say you would never kiss a woman. >> she was trying to prove a point. i'm going to beat the [ bleep ] out of her in three minutes. >> sal: let me thinkable on your ear. >> can i nibble on your ear? >> you know what, you're still young enough for me to put over my lap and give you a couple of whacks on your ass. >> sal: okay, i'll take that. >> i'll take that i like that. >> this is [ bleep ] torture. you've got to be kidding me. >> this is one of venezuela's traditional costumes. so i grab this -- this one for you. >> sal: put these on. >> this one for you.
>> stick them up your ass! leave me alone, get out of here, enough of this bull [ bleep ]! >> you'll look sexy. [ speaking fannish ] >> you should hear -- you put the balls on you. put them around your balls. this is ridiculous. [ speaking spanish ] >> guillermo: no, she's italian. [ speaking spanish ] >> i can't speak italian. [ speaking italian ] >> sal: he's very disappointed you don't speak italian. >> guillermo: he's very disappointed you don't speak italian. [ speaking italian ] >> tell him if he loses his temper with me, i'm going to smack the [ bleep ] out of him. [ speaking italian ]
>> did he call me a liar? if he called me a liar i'm going to knock the [ bleep ] out of him like he never [ bleep ] had the [ bleep ] knocked out of him before. don't ever call me a liar! don't call me a liar! >> sal: walk up to the poster. say liar. point to it and say liar. >> liar, liar! look. liar, liar, liar! >> guillermo: how do you say picture in italian? [ speaking italian ] >> what you do? >> come on. >> you scare me. >> come on. get the hell out of here! >> hey -- >> get him out of here! [ speaking italian ] >> get him out of here? call me a liar one more time i'm
going to rip the [ bleep ] hair out of his head! >> liar, liar, liar! >> sal: kiss her on both cheeks. [ speaking italian ] >> sal: liar, liar. >> [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. >> liar! [ speaking italian ] liar, liar, liar! >> one more. no! you shouldn't [ bleep ] moron! i'm done! >> sal: aunt chippy's had a rough day but she has one more reporter to endure. sal salvador the matador. >> guillermo: oh my god a ma matad matador? >> another stupid ass. what the hell are we getting into? a dancing moron. >> liar! he had nothing to do with it. >> how can you be stupid all the
time? are you always just stupid or what? >> sal: yes. >> you're or what? >> sal: i had some friends helping me this time. let's take a nice bow. one, two, three. liar! >> you'll die, jimmy. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a good show tonight. music from chris young. director bobcat goldthwait is here. we'll be right back with amanda peet! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ more data means more freedom to do..whatever. that's why at&t is giving you 50% more data. that's 15 gigs of data for the price of 10. because the more data you have, the better. and right now at at&t get $300 credit for every line you switch when you trade in a smartphone and buy any smartphone on at&t next.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show, a dear friend of the program and of the host of the program, the director of a multi award-winning documentary "call me lucky." bobcat goldthwait is here. download the documentary from itunes immediately. a young man who is out of nashville, tennessee. this is his single. it's called "i'm comin' over." chris young from the samsung stage. [ cheers and applause ] he's looking around hoping to see me. it does look like he's coming over. he's got a jacket and everything. tomorrow night, andrew garfield. will be here. from the show "sex and drugs and rock and roll," liz gillies. and music from faith no more. so please join us then. our first guest tonight is a
talented actress you know from many films and tv shows, all of which you can learn about on google. her new movie is called "sleeping with other people." it opens in theaters a week from friday. please say hello to amanda peet. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you know what? i was talking -- you live part of the year in northern ireland? >> belfast. >> jimmy: we have some very horny irish people here tonight. they're living in squalor. do you know these people? >> we all know each other in ireland, yes. >> jimmy: i see. the reason i should explain is because your husband, david, is one of the executive producers of "game of thrones." >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: which is really like one of the best shows ever. >> thank you. he loves you.
>> jimmy: and i him. >> i don't love him anymore. >> jimmy: why? what happened? this is a bombshell. >> jon snow. i said, if you kill him, that's it. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> that's it. >> jimmy: do we know for sure that he killed him? >> i'm in the process of getting divorced. not kidding. >> jimmy: that would put you at the top of the list of hard-core fans, that's for sure. i like jon snow too, i didn't want to see him -- but that's the show. they kill -- >> i made him promise me. i begged him. i -- i -- he went out with kit two weeks before the finale. >> jimmy: kit plays jon snow. >> i said, i've heard all this stuff. he got a haircut. what's going on? i don't want to divorce you, what's happening? and he said, well, i'm with him right now. i said, send me a picture, i want to see the hair. >> jimmy: the hair is key. >> he sent me a picture and his hair looked normal and it was like my whole marriage blossomed again.
david got laid. >> jimmy: wow. from you? or from kit? how long was his hair? >> then two episodes later? >> jimmy: wow. so he even keeps this from you? >> it's a little bit like being married to someone in the cia or something. except for not as important. >> jimmy: i disagree. i think it's even more important. >> no, i -- i -- yeah, he's in the bed and he has his ear phones and we angle the computer so that i can't see the dailies. >> jimmy: wow. >> and all i did was say, just don't -- don't do that, don't do that to jon snow. >> jimmy: you weren't alone. >> jon snow is my dude. and i just -- i don't want to stay married to you if you do that. >> jimmy: you know, kit harington who plays jon snow was here a couple of months ago. we had these guys who do imitations of him on the show. >> i saw it. >> jimmy: and your husband hired
one of these guys. >> he hired the winner. >> jimmy: he hired the winner. >> and flew him to belfast. >> jimmy: i love that, that's fantastic. >> he was amazing, was he not? >> jimmy: he was excellent, yeah. what is he going to do? he's doing the voices of the people on the show. >> he's going to be the new jon snow, i guess. they needed someone. >> jimmy: you i understand do an impersonation of jon snow. >> no, wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute. >> jimmy: what? >> no, you can't set it up like that. >> jimmy: how shall i set it up? >> it's dreadful. >> jimmy: it's a bad impersonation? >> i wanted to be a part of it but i'm not good at it. know what i mean? there's a distinction. >> jimmy: well, let's find out. and then we'll judge. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what this is? part of the deal was, we had people read, just kind of cereal boxes and regular things, as jon snow. >> so when i got here i realized my boobs were falling. this is this thing that you can put in your boobs -- >> jimmy: i'm wear that will right now. or one of them. >> that makes two of us.
and they're really comical. and they're hard to put on. but i'm going to explain to you as jon snow how to put them on. >> jimmy: oh, good, all right. >> it's like a bra but it's not a bra. >> jimmy: okay. >> okay? i have to get into it. i'm really bad. >> jimmy: aren't they called chicken cutlets or something like that? is that what they're called or no? >> those are something else. >> jimmy: oh, those are something else, okay. those you eat? okay. >> that's really cute that you know that. >> jimmy: oh, all right, yeah. well. i pay attention. especially when women are topless. in fact, that's the only time i pay attention. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> if i'm not divorced now i'll be divorced after. >> jimmy: that same year, yes. all right. jon snow. >> no hooks. no back. no strap. no bra.
slowly touch the nipple and spread down the plastic. then on to the chest area and finally by smoothing up the support edges on both sides of your breast. you can adjust the shape as you desire. it's a little too irish. >> jimmy: i think it's really good so far. it's very snow. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's it? woo, that's great. that's a pretty -- you know what? >> i'm sorry, kit. wherever you are. >> jimmy: was this a free bra? it does say it was free. >> that's why i'm wearing it. >> jimmy: why does it say free bra, then it says $2.50 on the side? $3? well, i think that was very well ne. i think you've just won yourself a free trip to belfast. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "sleeping with other people." we'll see a clip when we come back. amanda peet is here. we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ]
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going to lunch? can i come with? dinner, maybe? how about brunch with my folks? you'll love them. >> you're smart, handsome, and you can get any woman you want. >> really? i still choose you. >> why, because i happen to be in your eye line? >> possibly because you're uninterested. likely because you're stunning and successful. >> i'm divorced. his loss. >> i love kids. >> i love kids.
i am basically a kid. >> i don't sleep with employees. >> i quit! >> jimmy: adana peat in "sleeping with other people." it opens a week from friday. you're one of the other people that jason is sleeping with? i hope i'm not ruining anything in the movie. >> i think it's okay. >> jimmy: there is sleeping with people and you do some of the sleeping. with jason in particular. yes? >> great pitch. yes. i sleep with jason in the movie, yes. >> jimmy: in the movie, being the key. >> oh, yes. >> jimmy: yeah, not in real life. >> no. >> jimmy: that would be -- result in yet another divorce. >> although now that i'm divorced i guess i could do as i please. >> jimmy: the movie's shot already. >> that's true. i'm just saying starting now, i could do as i please. >> jimmy: you could have done what you pleased before that. you might upset some people. >> i did make a commitment. >> jimmy: you did, that is true. >> jon snow being alive was part of the commitment. >> jimmy: jason is a comedian
primarily. was he uncomfortable? you've done some sex scenes. was this his first sectix scene? well, you have. >> you've right. i was 8 weeks pregnant. i don't know if you remember what someone looks like when they're 8 weeks pregnant. it ain't pretty. >> jimmy: what do you mean? >> it's like a beer gut. it's not -- it's not -- it doesn't look like you're pregnant, it just looks like you had a rough weekend in dublin with those guys. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so you're in that in-between paunchy period. >> literally, it's like a -- it's like a hanging -- i mean, wow, god. amanda peet, stop while you're ahead. >> jimmy: no, i know what you're saying. >> i felt like i had to tell him because it was too embarrassing for me. because i was embarrassed in front of him for him to think that i just had this massive tire.
so i told him, i'm 8 weeks pregnant. then i had to straddle him and gyrate on top of him. and so it wasn't exactly sexy. >> jimmy: it changes the dyna c dynamic, it really does. is that the most awkward sex scene you've had? >> that was pretty awkward. i did a play once where i -- where i was naked with an actor. and we had -- we were outside of new york and so we had a lot of those kind of -- no offense, those kind of blue-air audiences during matinees. and we were both completely naked. at the top of act two. and he was a shower, not a grower. no -- a grower, not a shower. >> jimmy: oh. oh, okay. by the way, how do you know he was a grower? >> oh, i don't. >> jimmy: oh! >> he told me. >> jimmy: he may have been neither of those things. [ laughter ] >> someone's having a heart attack. >> jimmy: that's our stage
manager. >> sensitive? >> jimmy: he's very sensitive when it comes to the human penis. [ laughter ] >> as well he should be. my costar was a grower. is that right? >> jimmy: he was a grower, yeah, i guess. yeah. >> thank you. so honest to god, when the lights came up and it was, you know, a 2:00 matinee. and somebody, some lovely old lady, yelled out, "it looks like an acorn!" >> jimmy: oh, no! oh, no. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he survived? >> i know he had to keep going. i wanted to be lady, we heard you! >> jimmy: never mind we. he had to keep going. is he still with us? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: amanda peet, everybody. "sleeping with other people." opens a week from friday. we'll be right back with bobcat goldthwait! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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>> jimmy: still to come music from chris young. our next guest is a gifted comic, actor, arsonist, and now documentary film director. his funny and sometimes harrowing documentary "call me lucky" has won four major film festival awards and counting. it is available now on itunes and digital download. please welcome bobcat goldthwait. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: don't you look like the amish gentleman. >> i'm the missing bostone. >> jimmy: is one of them missing? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i heard something at the dances. >> that was bad. >> jimmy: how are you doing? for those who don't know bobcat, before -- let's see, after -- >> by the way, i want to correct you. it's won seven awards.
but whatever. >> jimmy: seven awards, i'm sorry. >> whatever. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i counted them on imdb. >> no biggie. >> jimmy: wait, i'm just hearing now it's eight. it's going up. >> is it eight? yeah. >> jimmy: you were the director here for four years? >> yeah, i was here a long time. abc never let that out. they weren't like, the guy who set "the tonight show" on fire? he's driving the bus. >> jimmy: they decided it wasn't a selling point? >> yeah, yeah. thank you very much for letting me have a job, it's great. >> jimmy: then you left and you went -- >> i come back and the crew's reminding me of things that i did. >> jimmy: like what, for instance? >> well -- >> jimmy: you do $a lot of things. >> yeah. nickelback -- [ laughter ] >> they might be nice guys but their manager came in and he was really pushy. he came into the booth. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> he goes, who's the director? i am. he goes, don't shoot chad profile, only shoot him straight on. i go, who's chad?
he's like, that's our lead singer. oh, why can't i shoot him from the side? because he has a large nose. and i start laughing. he's like -- he's like, i'm serious. and the crew -- chris wilson, i'll be really specific -- he goes, [ bleep ]. in my headset. so when the -- you know, the show, the band does two songs. you know this. >> jimmy: i've seen it, yeah. >> at the end the band is playing as we go to credits. i said to the director, tell me when i have en10 seconds left. she goes, 10 seconds. i go, shoot the nose! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i made a nose montage. and then we went off the air and it's dead quiet in the headset.
and again, one of the camera guys goes, hey, man, what are we going to do now? i go, i'm getting in my car. >> jimmy: well, thank you for that. >> yeah, yeah. i don't know if they came back or not. >> jimmy: apologies to chad and his family, for that matter. >> sure. >> jimmy: so you -- what? no, i said something, i guess. you made this movie -- by the way, great movie. >> thanks. >> it's one of these movies that it starts out as funny and you kind of -- you're laughing and enjoying. and then admiring the guy that you're profiling. then it takes a hard turn in the middle. >> yeah, it's about my friend barry crimmons, political satirist. i met him as a teenager, that's how i got doing comedy. >> jimmy: how old were you? >> i was 16. tom kenny was 15. and he thought -- because we saw an ad, they were looking for comics. he thought grown men were coming to the show to be on stage, and teenagers showed up.
it was tom kenny, the voice of spongebob, i'm known him since i was a kid. i'm sure he did an old man's voice. so he put us on stage. that's how i got started. barry's a sharp political satirist. my favorite joke of barry's, people say, if you don't love her, why don't you leave? he says, because i don't want to be victimized by its foreign policies. so real sharp guy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very politically aware. >> yeah. and kind of shaped the boston comedy scene, folks like poundstone, denis leary, myself, comics from this club that he ran and mentored us all. well, so -- barry disclosed on stage one night in the mid '90s, he had been raped as a child. if you knew barry he had all this anger and stuff. so it kind of made sense to hear this. so he went on a -- he went and started trying to process it as an adult. when he went online, this is mid
'90s. aol was the only game in town. he found people exchanging child pornography. when he complained to aol they didn't do anything. he went to the police. the police in the movie said, we didn't have computers in our office. buriry got all this evidence against aol. and took them to task. he ended up on the senate floor at a judiciary hearing. >> jimmy: that foot an is unbelievable. >> it's like a frank kappa movie. then what happened -- it doesn't ruin the movie. barry shifted. his anger and rage was a little more now directed at the targets he wanted it to be at. not just himself and the world. >> jimmy: how were the audiences reacting to this movie that starts out comedy clubs and is fun, and then -- >> well, i didn't realize, you know, how -- you know, i thought i was telling barry's story. it ends up being a common story. often at the screenings people come up and disclose their own stories. so i was just trying to make a movie about my friend. now -- you know this. you know this you know that i'm
not -- i don't like getting hugged and stuff. >> jimmy: yeah. right. >> now i have to hug strangers. so it's horrible for me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really in a way -- >> here i am getting hugs. jimmy would send people to the booth, give bobcat a big hug! >> jimmy: we have a lot of fun around here. >> yeah, we did. i want to tell a story. when you were doing the belly flop? you've done that. >> jimmy: yeah we did that. >> put a pool in the back. the producer's going, we're not rehearsing the belly flop, why aren't we rehearsing? they look on the screen and i'm floating in the pool in my underwear. smoking a cigar. >> jimmy: that's right. [ applause ] >> and i'm like -- it's just a fat guy in the pool, not "gone with the wind." >> jimmy: that's why he's the best. bobcat goldthwait, everybody! go to itunes or digital download, whatever that is, and download "call me lucky" his
>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i want to apologize, we ran out of time for matt damon. i want to thank my guests amanda peet, bobcat goldthwait and oh, i forgot to have him do the voice. next time. "nightline" is next. but first, here with his single wait a minute that's not it. "i'm comin' over," chris young. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ we say good-bye see you around we turn our backs then turn back around ♪
♪ we break up we make up and we make love ♪ ♪ we can't seem to let go girl ♪ ♪ so i'm comin' over runnin' every red light to hell with the closure save it for another time ♪ ♪ try not to think about you but it ain't workin' ♪ ♪ why put out a fire when it's still burnin' ♪ ♪ just when i think movin' on is getting closer i'm comin' over ♪ ♪ i'm all alone but you're on my phone tellin' me you miss me and that you're at home ♪ ♪ who knows what we are in the morning all i know is i want you ♪ ♪ so i'm comin' over
runnin' every red light to hell with the closure save it for another time ♪ ♪ try not to think about you but it ain't workin' ♪ ♪ why put out a fire when it's still burnin' ♪ ♪ just when i think movin' on is getting closer i'm comin' over ♪ ♪ ♪ ooh i'm comin' over ♪ ♪ yeah we said that we're done and i know that it's late ♪ ♪ but you already know i'm on my way ♪ ♪ so i'm comin' over runnin' every red light to hell with the closure save it for another time ♪ ♪ try not to think about you but it ain't workin' ♪ ♪ why put out a fire when it's still burnin' ♪ ♪ i'm comin' over runnin' every red light to hell with the closure save it for another time ♪
♪ ♪ yeah i think i'm gonna leave i just had that one drink ♪ ♪ and we've all gotta be up early boys we oughtta shut her down ♪ ♪ just take it to the house 'fore anybody starts gettin' crazy ♪ ♪ so i started walkin' across the floor before i got to the door ♪ ♪ aw naw somebody just bought a shot of that patron ♪ ♪ hang on i just might have to stay ♪ ♪ aw naw look at the time y'all what happened to coats on ♪ ♪ long gone i should be halfway home but aw naw ♪
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