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>> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, bob odenkirk, kendall jenner, and music from kiefer sutherland with cleto and the cletones. and now, stay focused, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, everyone. welcome. very nice. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thanks for coming.
i'm impressed i should say. you were able to fight your way through the paparazzi to be here tonight. a lot of photographers in our alley tonight. i'm not sure if they're here for bob odenkirk or kendall jenner because they're really almost the same person. bob is the emmy nominated star of "better call saul." we called saul. kendall jenner is a model who's on the cover of the new issue of "vogue" magazine. being on the cover of the september issue of "vogue" is a very big deal because the fall fashions are revealed. guillermo, it would be like if you were on the front of a tequila bottle on cinco de mayo. >> guillermo: that's right, yeah. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tell you what, between kendall jenner and me, between the two of us we've now graced the cover of "vogue" magazine once. [ laughter ] and music tonight from kiefer sutherland, the actor. [ cheers and applause ]
this is not one of those things where a band name themselves kiefer sutherland. it is actually him. either that or the lead singer looks exactly like him. i don't know if you're aware of this but donald trump is currently running for president of the united states. it's true. [ laughter ] and at first he came out with guns blazing, said he's going to kick all the mexicans out, he's going to build a wall to keep them from coming back in. last night during a town hall on fox news he said he could be softening, which is normal, it happens to a lot of men his age. [ laughter ] the reason he's softening is he hosted a meeting with his hispanic advisory council. he invited them to meet. which is a little bit like gargamel inviting the smurfs over for a dinner party. he's now agreed to, and this is big for him, he's agreed to give immigrants a 30-minute head start before he tries to catch them with a net. so that's nice. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] not only is he reaching out to
the hispanic vote, he's been reaching out to the black community. donald trump donald trump said he loves african-americans, in fact some of his best credit cards are black. he was in austin, texas, yesterday where he made yet another appeal to black voters which we slowed down to half speed for another intoxicating edition of "drunk donald trump." [ tape playing very slowly ] >> give donald trump a chance. we will turn it around. we will make your streets safe. so when you walk down the street, you don't get shot. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: actually not a bad idea, i hate getting shot. this is funny, remember how melana trump gave that speech at the republican national
convention that may or may definitely have been plagiarized? turns out the writer of the speech, the trump family speechwriter, her name is her myth mac diver, was paid $365.01 for writing that speech. which on the other hand is a lot of money, on the other hand it's -- she didn't write the speech, so it is kind of a lot of money. we learn this from the financial disclosure they provided to the fec. the trump campaign spent more on domino's pizza than on melania's speech. even though they both delivered them in 30 minutes or less. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] in a prepared statement today the speechwriter said, i worked hard for the money, so hard for the money, i worked hard for the money so you better treat me right. meanwhile, revealed today that donald trump, the trump campaign, used campaign contributions to buy $55,000 worth of donald trump's own book to give out as gifts at the rnc.
which not only is that probably illegal, it's like sending yourself flowers on valentine's day to the office, it's sad. delegates at rnc were given canvas tote backs with a copy of his book, kleenex, make america great again cups and t-shirts, and plastic fetus figure reasons. you know, when you're traveling and you need one. sounds like the worst oscars gift bag ever. they bought the books at barnes & noble for full retail price, which interesting because it means for the first time since 2006, someone bought books at barnes & noble. which i believe counts as a charitable donation. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] many on the far right wing have been questioning hillary clinton's health lately. this is the new thing. karl rove was on fox news last night where he went through hillary's alleged health issues in great detail. >> she has a concussion on the 13th of december but we're not told about it until the 15th of december, two days later.
we're told on the 25th, or excuse me, i've got this written down -- >> on the white board. i've never seen that. >> on the 28th, we're told on the 28th of december that she's going to be back to the office next week. on the 30th she's hospitalized with a blood clot. but we're not told about it until the next day. it takes it over two months for her to get rid of the glasses. in fact, the next year her husband, bill clinton, insists it was terrible. >> jimmy: that's the universal symbol. [ applause ] here in california, the state senate yesterday rejected a bill that would abolish daylight saving time. how do you feel about that? would you want to get rid of daylight saving time? huh. traditionalists, i guess. some lawmakers want to get rid of it because they can't figure out how to program their microwaves and they've had enough. must make you feel very powerful getting the vote on what time it's going to be.
why is the senate voting? isn't this something flavor flav should decide for us? it did not make it, daylight saving time will remain in place which is probably for the best. we already have recreational marijuana on the ballot in november, we cannot legalize pot and change daylight savings in the same year, it would be a disaster. it really would. what i'd like us to do is instead of scheduling daylight savings to happen in march and november, surprise me with an extra hour of sleep whenever it feels right. the morning after the super bowl when i need it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] or when i'm in line at the dmv, go backward. i'm going to be a great vice president. as you probably know the rams have returned home from st. louis after 20 years, they're back in l.a. they're the subject of a new season of "hard knocks" on hbo, where they document what goes on inside a team training camp,
where we get to know players like rams defensive end william hayes. >> hayes looks good on the field but the old man's new life by the sea has revealed some startling beliefs. >> will hayes absolutely believes and is totally convinced that there are mermaids and they do exist. in fact, i remember him getting real excited about the potential for moving out here because he knew that he would be closer to mermaids here on the west coast. >> it's a mermaid, though. >> it could be. it's a different species. >> that's true, keeping an open mind. i saw a mermaid in a tom hanks movie once. while william does maintain a healthy belief in mermaids, one thing he does not believe in is dinosaurs. >> i just think it's [ bleep ] to be completely honest with you. i just can't -- t-rex walking around here? no, dinosaurs never walked this
earth. all this fairy dust, the easter bunny and all that [ bleep ], they fall in the same category, them and santa claus. >> why aren't there dinosaur in the water? >> they are. >> they in the water now, sharks. >> so that's a [ bleep ] dinosaur? >> yeah. >> okay. >> alligators. look at alligators. >> just because you're a reptile you're a dinosaur now? >> yeah. >> alligators are [ bleep ] d e dinosaurs? >> definitely a crocodile. >> jimmy: i think i have a new favorite football player. [ cheers and applause ] this is a bonus. can we please get in touch with him? i would like to take him on a field trip to the museum of natural history. maybe get him his own show on animal planet or something. you know, if you watch a lot of cable news in the daytime like i do you've seen older celebrities doing commercials and infomercials for unusual products. sydney williams who was shirley on "laverne and shirley" for
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with the cletones. welcome back to the show. kendall jenner and kiefer sutherland on the way. this pokemon phenomenon, you'd think it would be over. in taiwan a very rare pokemon, something called a snorlax, appeared and people just started stampeding when word got around. thousands of people rushed to capture a snorlax, which doesn't even exist by the way. you used to think people who would play video game shtds get outside, now i think they should go back inside. pokemon go is here whether you like it or not. we thought it would be fun to teach my aunt chippy, who's 77 years old, how to play it. to guide her we asked miles brown from the show "black-ish" to team up with cousin sal, who is not on the show "black-ish," to welcome aunt chippy to the world of pokemon. >> hello. >> hello, miles. >> nice to meet you. hi.
you're aunt chippy, right? >> you're going to make me look stupid? you're going to make me look stupider than i look? >> no, i wanted to show you this really cool game called pokemon go, have you ever heard of it? >> never. >> never, okay. i need your credit card to pay for this. >> my credit card? >> i need your social security number. >> [ bleep ], i ain't giving you my social security number. you put yours in. i don't know what this is all about. first i've got to put my glasses on because i can't see what the heck you're doing. >> right now you have a mobile sort. that's your first pokemon. >> i already got one? good, i got one, let's quit, i'm done. >> no, no, you can't do that. >> yes, i go to the casino, hit one four of a kind, you cash out, you go home. >> no, no, no. now we have to start walking to find more pokemon. all right, okay. are you ready? let's go. we're going to go this way. there's one right here, okay. so you see the pokemon right
here? >> yeah. what do i do with it? >> press it. >> press that? >> so now -- see, okay, see, it's right there. see? >> get off the pokemon thing! >> okay, i have to go and see the green circle? >> yeah. >> see that? >> wait, wait! >> we got a squirrel. >> you got a squirrel? >> we love it up to level 2. >> oh. >> oh, wait. yeah, you still haven't given your credit card. >> you've got to play to pay to game? >> it's very entertaining. it's also a workout game so we'll be walking a lot. okay, so now we're really close to this poke-stop. we're going to swipe. we've got another three poke-balls. so we're like this. >> miles. >> let's keep going -- >> i know you're speaking english. >> yeah. >> i know that. >> we're this close. >> only i don't understand any of this -- stuff. >> it's a pokemon, okay, where
is it? where is it? okay, it's right there. >> what am i supposed to do with it? >> you're going to flick the ball toward the back. nice! >> got him? >> hopefully. let's see. you got him. >> let's go home! >> yay! no, no, we have to catch more. you caught your first pokemon, you're ready. we'll have to go to a park where the real action is, okay? come on let's go. aunt chippy, she's pretty -- she's pretty keyed up for such an old lady, though. but she is using a lot of bad language, though. >> pokemon's a [ bleep ] game. kids learn [ bleep ] on it. you don't learn nothing. sad. do you remember the park? and they have like swings and monkey bars and seashores and [ bleep ] like that? this park has nothing. look at all the ground it's got. and they got nothing in here.
[ bleep ]. that's my nephew. when i get ahold of him when nobody's around i'm going to smack the crap out of him. i promise you. >> okay. oh, you leveled up. you leveled up to level 3. >> good, can we quit? >> no, we have to level up to level 4. let's go. there's a poke-stop right here. >> where? >> right here, see it? this is my territory. >> sal: this is my pokemon territory. >> this is my pokemon territory. >> your pokemon territory? >> yeah. you want to play, you gotta pay. >> you gotta pay? >> that's how it works in my park. >> this ain't your nothing. get out of here. where the hell did you find this kid? >> sal: you let your pregnant grandmother fight your battles? >> you look like a pregnant
grandmother. >> a pregnant grandmother? a little brat like you should learn some manners and you ain't going to learn it through that. >> what are you going to do about it? >> you really don't want to know what i'm going to do about it. do you? you really don't want to know. good. guess your ass the hell out of here. >> she's the meanest lady ever! go to hell! >> that's it. i'm finished. i'm done. i poked enough men. we can go home now. i hope you had fun. me? tortured. i'll never play this game again. but it was a pleasure being with you. >> thanks, punk. >> you little bastard. get that thing from that kid! arrest that little b achastard! i get ahold of you, i'm going to smack the [ bleep ] out of you. nobody should play that game because look what it made, it made a thief out of a little
kid. i'm done. i'm done with this game. i got it! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks, cousin sal, miles, aunt chippy. music from kiefer sutherland, kendall jenner is here, robert randolph is sitting in with the cletones, be right back with bob oaten kirk! introducing t-mobile's most epic deal ever! get a free samsung galaxy for everyone in the family. that's right, a free samsung galaxy with every new line and get 4 lines with 6 gigs each for just 30 bucks a line. plus everybody gets unlimited streaming from their favorite services. don't wait. get a free samsung galaxy for everyone. so get t-mobile now. because our most epic deal ever is only for limited time.
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♪ >> jimmy: robert randolph sitting in with the cletones. tonight, from "keeping up with the kardashians", the cover of "vogue" magazine and every instagram like ever, kendall jenner is here with us. then, he's an actor and a musician too. this is his debut album, it's called "down in a hole" kiefer sutherland from the samsung stage. kiefer has a new show called "designated survivor" premiering next month but he really would rather travel around the country with a bunch of guys in a bus. by the way, down in a hole, or down in a-hole? i'll ask him later. [ applause ] tomorrow night, natalie portman will be with us. usher will be here and we'll have music from jidenna.
our first guest is an emmy nominee for his work on the first great spinoff show since "the bionic woman" the show is called "better call saul," returns to amc next year. please welcome bob owesen kirk! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? >> i am so good. wow, great. great energy. >> jimmy: hey, congratulations on the emmy nomination, very well deserved. [ cheers and applause ] great show, you do a great job on it. >> i've got to admit, i have emmy fever. >> jimmy: do you? >> i got it from a mosquito. but actually, thank you for having me on. any excuse to get back on the -- back in the states right now. >> jimmy: what do you mean, you
live in l.a., right? >> yeah, but i'm nominated for an emmy so they have us at the emmy village. >> jimmy: what? >> in buenos aires, argentina. >> jimmy: there's an emmy village? >> yeah, yeah. the emmy village. they built it and you stay there until awards night. and you room with the other nominees. >> jimmy: why didn't i know about this? >> the weird thing is they built the village first. then they decided, let's have an awards show. >> jimmy: oh, really. [ laughter ] >> i don't really understand the history of it. >> jimmy: who are you rooming with? >> well -- the nominees in my category. great, great actors, matthew reese, kyle chandler, kevin spacey. >> jimmy: really. >> rami malik, liev schreiber. liev and i share a bunk. i'm on top, he's on bottom. he kicks. if you point it out to him, he punches. >> jimmy: he does. so you're not getting along with
liev? >> he's a wonderful -- he doesn't do the dishes. it's okay. spacey's cats are everywhere. but you know. the thing is, spacey -- he really is a truly all-time great actor. >> jimmy: yeah. >> interesting thing, he stays in character all the time. >> jimmy: what character? the cat character now? >> no, no, no. no, no, he stays in character of dorf. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> he said it's a technique. he's got from it de niro. >> jimmy: is that right. >> de niro got from it tim conway. >> jimmy: he did. >> yeah. [ applause ] >> jimmy: wow. >> it's a wonderful place, the emmy village. they've got foos ball and a hot dog machine. >> jimmy: they do. >> and that's it. so thank you for getting me here! >> jimmy: well, thank you for coming in. i hate to break up the emmy village to have you here.
[ laughter ] >> i love comedy as much as anybody. >> jimmy: by the way, if you were staying at the emmy village, this is the first time you won an emmy. for? >> writing for "saturday night live." there i am standing behind the senator. >> jimmy: now senator al franken. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: robert smigel. >> yes, and phil hartman. >> jimmy: you all have the same glass glasses too. >> i had my glasses surgically removed when i had this hair put in. >> jimmy: i look exactly like this in 1989. i mean, i really -- i could tell people i won an emmy back then if i wanted to. what do you remember most about that particular evening? >> seriously, that was a great, great evening. to win was so fantastic. and then you go -- when you win you go through this press line. >> jimmy: tell me because i don't know either. >> and then i'm standing in the lobby. then it's all kind of over.
you're standing there with your award which is great. and i called my mom. and she was like, what? what's that? is that good? and there's jim henson standing there. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> he had won one too. >> jimmy: oh. >> i looked at him and i said, man, you're so great. do you want mine? and he was -- it was just something to meet somebody that great. >> jimmy: maybe this very same thing will happen with you. some whipper snapper at the emmys this year. we'll take a break. when we come back, i have some information that i don't know if you have about the next season of "better call saul." >> i want to hear it. am i still alive? >> jimmy: i think yes. i don't know. i'm not going to guarantee that. when we come back, bob odenkirk may die on the show, we'll be right back to find out. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> i have no idea what happens. and i hope i make it through, you know, every episode. >> hope so too. >> jabbering away. >> jimmy: seems pretty certain that you will. >> you never know what's going to happen. >> jimmy: do you intentionally not try to find out what's happening? >> i do, actually. i feel like, you know, i'm just better as an actor if i am experiencing the moment and i don't know what's going to happen. i spent -- you know my career. i spent a lot of time actually writing and producing. >> jimmy: right. >> and when you do that job you're thinking about the whole world. and that's actually not a good thing to do as an actor, i think. >> jimmy: because you want to come at the point of view -- >> just be in the moment. that's all i got to give you. all you young actors. i got nothing. >> jimmy: as to the show, i have something for you then, okay, cool. >> jimmy: i don't know who this maniac is but somebody wrote down all the episode titles from last season. do you know about this?
>> i did. i heard about this. >> jimmy: okay, all right. >> go ahead. >> jimmy: these are the episode titles for the season. if you look at the first letter of each -- hold on. i'm not good -- this is why i could never be a weatherman. if you look at the first letter you can see it says, fringsback, which is obviously gus fring, the drug kingpin and chicken store owner. >> yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] i'm looking for him. he's coming back. >> jimmy: have you talked to him? >> no. i haven't. but i imagine that because they let it out, or -- they didn't mean to. they didn't think everyone would scrutinize the show that closely. >> jimmy: yeah. and yet they did that anyway. >> they did it. the cat's out of the bag. so i imagine he'll be in the first moment. that's what i -- let's go. >> jimmy: okay. >> get to it. >> jimmy: all right. he's one of the greatest characters in the history of television. it would be great to have him back. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: how old are you, may i ask? is it rude? >> no, i'm 53. >> jimmy: 53 years old. are you a fan of the kardashian family? [ laughter ] >> i -- is that the -- the family of mermaids? >> jimmy: no, no, no. they're not mermaids. i don't know, maybe they are mermaids, now that i think of it, perhaps. >> i've heard of them. >> jimmy: okay. >> like i said, i've been out of the country for a few weeks. >> that's true. >> remember that comedy riff i did? >> jimmy: emmy village. >> coming back i see donald trump is ever high where. >> jimmy: yeah. >> is he having a hard time these days? "the apprentice," wonderful show. >> jimmy: i think they moved on. >> i don't know what's going on. >> jimmy: quick kardashian quiz, let's see what you really know. which kardashian was married to lamar odom? the basketball player? >> johnny. [ laughter ] the bad boy. >> jimmy: no, no.
that would be khloe. >> close. >> jimmy: which jenner won an olympic gold medal? >> lawrence. >> jimmy: no. >> rick? >> jimmy: this one you should know -- >> kaitlin! >> jimmy: well, technically -- >> bruce! >> jimmy: yes, one of those two answers is correct. [ applause ] you're not going to know this one. >> i know a couple things. >> jimmy: what's the name of the clothing store the kardashians own? >> are you kidding me? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's right. >> is it in jcpenney? dude. >> jimmy: it's a standalone. >> i wouldn't have -- yeah. >> jimmy: name one of kim and kanye's kids. i'm not saying guess their names. you get to name one of kim and kanye's kids. >> oh, okay. king royalty. >> jimmy: that's exactly right! [ cheers and applause ] to hell with it. you didn't do that well. it's all right, you'll do better
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♪ >> jimmy: we are back. kiefer sutherland is on the way with music. our next guest comes from one of those families where if you don't have at least 40 million followers on instagram they kick you out. she is on the cover of this very heavy "vogue" magazine. please say hello to kendall jenner! >> jimmy: i'm impressed. you came out here faster than any guest ever. >> maybe because i'm nervous i just ran out. >> jimmy: or maybe it's because your dad is an olympic gold medallist.
and you've inherited some of the fastest genes in the world. >> sure, let's say that. >> jimmy: did you watch the olympics together? >> no. we never did. and like -- i wish we did because i feel like that's a really good idea. >> jimmy: yeah, it is a good idea. >> probably really smart. >> jimmy: i feel you guys ignore the fact that your father won a gold medal. >> we don't ignore it. i ran track when i was a kid. my whole middle school life. >> jimmy: what event dds you run? >> with dad as a coach. i was short distance, 100, 200. i loved the 440 meter. the relay. >> jimmy: your dad was the coach. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's a solid coach to have. >> he coached me like for high jump and stuff. and i was like the best high jumper in my class. >> jimmy: you why. can you still high jump? >> i haven't done it since. i'm not too sure. >> jimmy: can you jump over guiller guillermo? >> maybe. [ laughter ] we could try. >> jimmy: this magazine is heavier than you, i think. are you happy with the way it came out? >> i'm so happy, honestly. like -- i can't even believe i'm
here. like doing this right now for this magazine for this like month and issue and everything. it's the craziest thing. >> jimmy: i didn't know that thing about the month that one month was a bigger month than the other months. >> crazy. feels like a dream. >> jimmy: this is an honor in the modeling industry and the pictures are really beautiful photographs. what are you thinking when you're posing for a photo like that? what's going through your head at this very moment? >> honestly, i shot with some amazing photographers. merton marcus shot and it they make every woman feel so amazing and beautiful and powerful. so when i got this photo, when i was taking this photo, it was an all-gucci outfit, i felt so [sic] in it, i felt really good -- >> jimmy: you were sick? >> sick in a good way. >> jimmy: remember i'm old, i don't know -- i vomited all over that jacket. sorry, guchl chee. >> no, no. i felt so good in it. and i had just cut my hair. that was the day i cut my hair. i was feeling out the vibe. >> jimmy: why would you cut your hair on the day you have your
"vogue" photo shoot? >> they wanted me to and i wanted the change. i was ready for it. i had talked about cutting my hair super short. >> jimmy: do you get to decide what your hair is going to look like? or people around you, no, you have to do this, your hair is a national treasure, we must protect it? >> what was really nice about the situation is we collaborated. so they kind of wanted something and i looked at the idea and i was like what if we did this? we kind of all collaborated. there's a few obstacles i had to get through to approve it with certain people and stuff like that. >> jimmy: right, yeah, that's weird. >> i really like it. >> jimmy: it looks great. you realize how strange that is to be in a position in your life where people weigh in on your hair and what it's going to be like. usually you just go to the supercuts and that's that. [ laughter ] so you recently moved in directly across the street from me. >> we're neighbors. >> jimmy: i mean, like we're closer from guillermo and i are right now. and you haven't visited yet which you're welcome to come. >> so sorry. i heard you're a chef. >> jimmy: i do some cooking. >> i want you to make some food,
i'm really offended you haven't invited me open. >> jimmy: are you allowed to eat when you're on the cover of "vogue"? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] we'll invite you over to the house to eat something. >> now i feel like it's a pity invite. >> jimmy: it is a pity invite. [ laughter ] but our neighbors are up in arms when you moved onto the block. >> what do you mean? >> jimmy: there was a whole thing with e-mails that went on. >> no! bad? >> jimmy: yeah, bad. >> no! >> jimmy: no, before you got there. >> it caused a lot of ruckus on our street. >> jimmy: you caused quite a commotion. >> stalkers and -- there's a lot going on. >> jimmy: the neighbors all seem to blame me for this development. >> really? >> jimmy: somehow. >> it's so strange. when i moved in, my mom was like super nervous about me moving into a home by myself, for whatever -- i'm like, no, it's okay, jimmy kimmel lives across the street. maybe if anything ever goes down he'll save my life. >> jimmy: yeah i'm the captain of the neighborhood watch. [ laughter ] [ applause ]
i will shuffle down in my underpants and take care of whatever is going on. are you enjoying -- settling in. >> yeah, i am. yeah. >> jimmy: do you like having your own house and not having the family around? >> it's a lot. i lived in a condo by myself before. and that was just smaller and a lot less than what i have now. >> jimmy: right. >> it's different. but it's fun. i really like it. i wanted like space and a pool. >> jimmy: right, yeah. do you keep the place clean? are you a slob? >> i'm ocd, i'm the biggest neat freak ever, i'm cling with my maids when they come over to clean, scrubbing the floors. >> jimmy: that must tickle them to death. [ laughter ] you can come over to clean our house if you need to clean house. >> i'd love to. i go over to my friends' houses and clean. >> jimmy: do they like that? or find it insulting? >> some like it. my little sister, she thinks -- she's like organized messy is what she calls it. >> jimmy: that's what i call myself. but it really means i'm a slob.
>> yeah, right. so she hates it but that's a sister. >> jimmy: with your family, your sisters, everybody's famous in the family, everybody in the whole family is famous. i can't imagine how embarrassing it would be to not be famous in your family. >> no. >> jimmy: but when you share news about like the "vogue" magazine, for instance, did they -- do you have to tell them right away before it's announced? do people find things out from other sources? >> this i actually really wanted to keep a secret from like everyone. i think my mom was the only one who knew. >> jimmy: really? >> i snuck up on kim. i told kim. >> jimmy: did you not want to tell kim? >> i wanted it to be a surprise for not only everyone but also my family. i wanted it to be super special. >> jimmy: do they get annoyed if they learn something, find something out that's important in the life, in your lives, that you didn't know about personally? >> you can't really blame everyone. there's so many of us that it's hard to like -- sometimes you want it to be personal and you don't want to send it in a group chat, whatever's happening in the news, whateverry it's hard for everyone to get to every single family member. so when the issue or the
storyline or whatever is not that big, i feel like it's just whatever. >> jimmy: i see. do you ever wish there were fewer kardashians so you would get more attention? >> never. i love having a big family, it's the best thing in the world. you always have someone to talk to. if you have this kind of an issue, you can go to this person, whatever. >> jimmy: this is why you moved into your even place when you were 12. [ laughter ] >> it can be a lot sometimes. i like to have space. >> jimmy: welcome to the neighborhood. if you need navigation, let me know. are you available for babysitting? you still are only 20 years old. >> yes. of course. >> jimmy: that would be wonderful already good to see you. congratulations on the magazine. kendall jenner, everybody. "vogue" is on newsstands now. "keeping up with the kardashians" airs sunday nights at 9:00 on e! . be right back with kiefer sutherland. >> dicky: "the jimmy kimmel live concert series" is presented by samsung.
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finger pulling strings to play my heart ♪ ♪ you fill the night with conversation then turn the daylight dark ♪ ♪ oh - i can't stay away oh - i can't stay away ♪ note oh i can't stay away ♪ ♪ there you go laughing at me watch my wheels fall off track ♪ ♪ did you think i'd let you down did you think i'd get you baby ♪ ♪ off my back ooh off my back ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you so much! >> jimmy: wow, that was great, how about that. kiefer sutherland, everybody! the man's talents know no bounds. thank you very much, kiefer. thanks. the album is called "down in a hole." i'd also like to thank bob odenkirk, kendall jenner, miles brown and apologize to matt damon - we ran out of time. "nightline" is next. good night, thanks for watching!
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