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i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama daetz. tonight's "jimmy kimmel live" is brought to you by pokemon go. remember that that was stupid. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, johnny knoxville. jessica st. clair and lennon parham. from "mr. robot", rami malek. and music from band of horses. and now, sure enough, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thanks very much. welcome. that's very kind. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thank you for coming on this beautiful night here in southern california. hey, did you watch -- how many
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of you watched the basketball game last night? [ cheers and applause ] last night the goelgts warriors won their second nba title in three years. it was the most-watched game five since 1998. did you watch the game? >> guillermo: yes, jimmy. go golden state! >> the warriors went 16-1 in the postseason. it goes to show you work hard, you believe in yourself, and have every great player other than lebron james on your team, you can accomplish anything, you really can. [ cheers and applause ] kevin durant was mvp, he had 39 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists last night. and he brought orange slices for the whole team. he's very valuable. this is his first nba title. and his mother was on hand to cheer him on and embarrass him on television. >> he just can't stop smiling. he's sharing the moment with his mom. >> look at me! you did this!
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>> jimmy: i'm guessing she has a lot to get through. [ cheers and applause ] she wins most valuable parent. after the game one of my least favorite things happened. in the locker room afterwards the warriors celebrated by spraying 150 bottles of champagne on each other. this champagne is $1,200 a bottle. $180,000 worth of champagne. they're not even drinking it. they're spraying on each other. why not go to the top of the stadium and throw 100 mac books off the roof? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] it's very expensive. it's so wasteful. especially expensive for the fans. but even they didn't seem to have a problem with spending a lot of money. >> i'm excited to pay almost $5,000 to witness the championship and to pay almost $3,000 for a ticket to fly all the way here. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right.
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being sarcastic? she should have been allowed to drink one of those $1,200 bottles of champagne. warriors fans jammed the streets of oakland last night, it was pretty crazy. meanwhile this is how it went in pittsburgh after the penguins clinched their second straight stanley cup. stick with this because you're about to see a reporter get madder and madder and madder until eventually he blows a fuse. >> and it's absolutely crazy. and it's still crazy. >> it's crazy, it's crazy, it's crazy! do you think it's crazy? >> it's absolutely nuts. but anyway, paul. i have no problem with it. people are blowing off steam. and it's too much. it's just too much. let's go, pens. here we go. all night since the end of the game, it's really funny, because -- it's really, really crazy. bring that camera around and see what happens. i'm not mad at any of these folks but they really need to
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tone it down and let us do our thing. and it's been tough. now you hear them chanting. we're going to let you do back because this has to end. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i could watch it longer. that was a man counting the days until retirement. [ laughter ] in other sports news, dennis rodman is back in north korea. [ applause ] remember when that seemed weird? now it's like, yeah, of course he is, nothing makes sense anymore. this is dennis rodman's fifth visit to north korea. they must have sex parties for him or something? it's all very strange. i have a theory about why the north koreans have dennis rodman so much. they're so cut off from everything, they don't have internet, only state television, it's possible they think dennis rodman is still playing in the nba. they might think he won another trophy last night.
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dennis rodman said he's hoping to do "something pretty positive"? north korea. while at this point the most positive thing he could do is stay there forever -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i didn't realize how much anti-dennis rodman sentiment there was. this is what a man identified as dennis' agent had to say about this important diplomatic mission. >> he has, you know -- the unique, amazing relationship between both president trump and marshal kim jong-un. he is the only man to have a relationship and be friends with both people. and he's going there tomorrow, try to brim the gap and bring peace and dialogue between both nations. >> jimmy: okay, a couple of thoughts. first of all, they seem to be sharing a hotel room. [ laughter ] which is not a great sign. two beds. secondly, i love that one of them brought a little vornedo
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fan all the way to north korea. for his part dennis rodman said he believes his trip will help president trump. and i never thought i'd say this but maybe we should let president trump take care of this one, huh? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] it was another interesting day in washington, d.c. according to one of his closest friends, the president is thinking about firing the head of the special counsel investigating his potential campaign ties to russia, robert mueller. he wants to fire robert mueller, another guy who's investigating him. which seems like a very bad idea but it's not unprecedented. nixon did and it that worked out okay, right? [ laughter ] firing the person in charge of investigating you is very suspicious. adam schiff, the top democrat on the intelligence committee, said he can't imagine the president would be crazy enough to go through with it. really? [ laughter ] because you must not have much of an imagination, because i'm imagining it right now and it
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doesn't seem too out there. [ cheers and applause ] meanwhile the big event in d.c. today, attorney general jeff sessions testified in front of the senate intelligence committee. it was fascinating testimony. we learned about all the things he can't recall. and there were many. he refused to discuss or recount any conversations he had with the president. but i noticed something about him. jeff sessions has a bit of a tell when he's not being entirely truthful. it's a physical response. it's very subtle but watch very closely. . >> are you willing to sit here and tell the american people, unfiltered by what the media's going to put out that you participated in no conversations of any kind where there was collusion between the trump campaign and any other foreign government? >> i can say that absolutely. and have no hesitation to do so. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so they had this q&a.
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and senate democrats accused jeff sessions of stonewalling which the attorney general adamantly denied. although he did add if he did decide to stonewall, the mexicans would definitely be paying for it. [ laughter ] it was a long session today. or at least it felt long. the attorney general, he dodged most every interesting question he was asked, which makes it hard to sit through. so we decided to spice it up. we took audio from sessions' testimony and paired it with video from a looney tunes cartoon. and the result is testimony the whole family can enjoy. >> general sessions, respectfully, you're not answering the question -- >> what is the question? >> the question is, mr. comey said that there were matters with respect to the recusal that were problematic and he couldn't talk about them. what are they? >> that -- why don't you tell me? there are none, senator wyden, there are none. i can tell you that for absolute certain. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: senator wyden. hey, you know, for those of you who are visiting us, there's something fun for the kids. a new museum here in l.a. called the museum of ice cream. everything in it is ice cream themed. the artwork, there's actual ice cream, it's very popular. tickets are sold out for i don't know how -- it's like "the hamilton" of museums. we managed to get our hands on a golden ticket and we gave that ticket to our friend ronnie malik who stars on "mr. robot." this is what happens when mr. robot meets mr. softie. ♪ ♪ >> hi. welcome to the museum of ice cream. my name is strawberry sydney. just a few things before moving on. our museum is a one-way-through museum, please keep moving forward in our museum and in
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life. while you are in each room please try and finish your designated treat inside that room before moving on. we have a lot of artists that have come here -- have fun! >> ice cream. you scream. we all scream for ice cream. an ode to joy. a sweet balance to our salty tears. are these wonders even real? am i? ♪ like ice cream? >> yeah. >> you like ice cream? >> yeah. >> that's cool. ♪ how do you make an ice cream museum without completely going insane?
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where do you draw the line? is gelato ice cream? what about fro-yo? it's a double scoop of anarchy. can i tell you a secret? >> yes. >> i'm here because i'm trying to overcome a personal childhood ice cream trauma. ♪ ♪ >> ice cream man! >> that's right. mr. softie was watching me all the time. he watched me. and on top of all that -- i'm lactose intolerant. [ laughter ] the whole system is rigged.
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the claw grabs the prize but who grabs the claw? mrm! mm! do you ever get ice cream headaches? >> no. >> you? i do. it's not from the ice cream. it's because the government embedded a chip into my spine. it's not a joke. it's for real. it's not even funny. is all of this a tooty fruity illusion covered in sprinkles? so, so, so many sprinkles? >> are you done now? >> not even close. >> well, thank you so much for being here. >> that's where you're wrong. we aren't here at all. i'm just locked in a prison of
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our own design. and the key is stamped "do not duplicate." hey, can i have one of those t-shirts? >> uh -- yeah, of course. >> awesome. ♪ i got no worries got no woes [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks to rodney malik and the museum of ice cream. we have to take a break. when we come back we're going to give a pedestrian a chance to get a haircut from a celebrity but what they do not know is that the celebrity who will be cutting their hair is johnny knoxville. so stick around for that we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you totaled your brand new car.
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>> jimmy: hi, everyone. welcome back to the show. johnny knoxville, jessica st. clair, lennon parham and music from the band fortune is on the way. the official start of summer is a week away. we decided to offer folks passing by a free haircut. g guillermo's on the boulevard. you've got a bar wear aber's th. you will not be cutting hair? >> guillermo: no, jimmy, no. >> jimmy: anybody out there needs a haircut that indicated they would be indeed willing to get a hair caught -- >> guillermo: yeah. sit right there. >> jimmy: what is your name? >> my name is keegan. >> jimmy: what are you doing now for a living?
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>> right now i work as a music producer in hollywood, i do a little bit of acting on the side. >> jimmy: that means unemployed, everybody. [ laughter ] i would like you to meet your celebrity barber. and here he comes. [ cheers and applause ] >> how are you? my name's johnny knoxville, i'll be your barber. >> all right. >> good to see you. >> jimmy: that's johnny knoxville. are you still -- >> it's got alcohol it in, jimmy. >> jimmy: now that you've met your celebrity barber, are you still willing to get your hair cut by him? >> no. >> jimmy: you are not? >> no. >> jimmy: for real, no, you will not get your hair cut by johnny knoxville? >> yeah, i can do it. >> jimmy: yes or no, in or out? >> what's going on right here? >> my hand's broke, i've got to take this off and it really -- smell in there, smell. >> jimmy: geez. >> it really smells. okay, it's going -- >> jimmy: hold on one second, johnny, we must get his consent. >> oh, oh.
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>> jimmy: i want a yes or a no. if it's no you've got to go. >> let's do it, cut my hair, i agree. >> jimmy: okay, here we go let's do it. [ cheers and applause ] >> i've never done it before. >> guillermo: do you want help? >> yes, please, help me. >> jimmy: guillermo, you are also cutting -- wait a minute -- hold on, how do you know you're giving the same hairstyle right now? >> it's got jazz. you've got to feel it, jimmy. >> jimmy: you've got to feel it. all right. guillermo, leave some hair in the front there. >> guillermo: all right, okay. >> jimmy: okay, wow. i got to tell you, however it comes out, it's not going to look worse than how you walked in here, come on you be nice, jimmy. >> jimmy, how am i looking? >> wasn't talking to him, i was talking to you, johnny. i'm kidding, okay. >> how are you doing downstairs? need a little trim downstairs? i do waxes.
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>> jimmy: what is your blood type just in case this gets out of hand? do you know? you do not. oh, this is great. >> i don't even have health insurance to be honest with you. >> all right! >> jimmy: as far as things johnny knoxville has done -- >> that's all right, i've got all the medication you need. >> jimmy: dr. johnny will take care of you. >> that's right. >> jimmy: you don't have any important events like a wedding or anything to attend in the next couple of months? >> well -- >> you're actually looking good, you're looking good, come on, you're looking good. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: gee your mow, you've got to work on your side. your side -- actually both sides. it all looks kind of terrible, i'll be honest with you. like if you were to get this at super cuts there would be a lawsuit afterwards for sure. you didn't even ask him what kind of cut he wanted. >> guillermo: oh [ bleep ]. >> what do you want? do you want a shampoo and set?
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a cut and color? >> it's a little too late for that. >> i spit a potato chip on your thing, sorry. >> jimmy: how quickly does your hair grow back in general? are you a fast hair grower? >> that took me about a year, i think. >> jimmy: a year, you're unique, you've got plenty time. >> you're looking good. >> jimmy: are you guys almost done? >> hey, you want to do the downstairs? keep it covered. we got kids out here. >> jimmy: he's going to give you a brazilian. guillermo. show in the mirror. i need to gain control of this again. show him the mirror. tell us what you think, keegan, of your hair. >> guillermo: tell us the truth, nothing but the truth. >> i think he likes it. >> i love it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: don't forget to tip your barber.
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>> it's free anyway. >> jimmy: it's great, looks good. thank you for your bravery, thanks to johnny knoxville for lending a helping hand. thank you, fellows. johnny, come back in here and wash up before you do. >> okay, okay. >> jimmy: tonight on the show we have music from band of horses, jessica st. clair, be right back with johnny knoxville so stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of jimmy kimmel already are brought to you by google home. ask it questions, tell it to do things, and the google assistant is always ready to help. ♪ ♪ (vo) you can pass down a subaru forester. (dad) she's all yours. (vo) but you get to keep the memories.
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how about less than a mile and a half? crystal geyser is the only major us spring water bottled at the mountain source. >> jimmy: welcome to the show. tonight, from their very funny show "playing house," jessica st. clair and lennon parham are here. then, their latest album is called, "why are you okay," band of horses from the mercedes-benz stage. if you're not familiar with this band, it's an amazing thing. this is an actual band, composed entirely of horses. there are no humans in it at all. [ laughter ] tomorrow night, jamie foxx will be here. we'll have music from trace adkins. and on thursday, andy samberg, jillian bell, and music from 2 chainz featuring trey songz and ty dolla $ign. so please join us. [ cheers and applause ]
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our first guest is an actor, producer, screenwriter and maniac. he gave painful birth to the "jackass" empire and he's here tonight because he loves us. please say hello to johnny knoxville. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: may i ask, you look like schneider from "one day at a time." you transformed into a super from the '70s. >> i guess i forgot to take this off. >> jimmy: i guess so. it's a good look for you. >> i feel really butch in it. >> jimmy: how are you doing? you just got back from south africa? >> yes, i was in south africa for 14 weeks shooting a movie, a comedy, lots of stunts. >> jimmy: you can't talk about the movie? you told me what the movie was, now there's some weird thing, right? >> no, no, it's -- it's a comedy about like the most dangerous
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theme park of all-time which i happen to own. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and we do all the stunts for real. like in "jackass," it's all wide train, no cut on the action, so you can tell we're doing them, and boy did that cost me. >> jimmy: what happened? how many injuries? let's go through it this time. >> on this one, two concussions, a brokendown, sprained knee, torn mcl, i got stitches on this side. the worst thing is i got home from the emergency room one night, i went three times in the five-day stretch at one point. >> jimmy: great. >> but i get home from the emergency room for my second concussion. and i blow my nose. when i blow my nose, my left eye pops out of its socket. and i wasn't expecting that. [ laughter ] it was like halfway out. and so i poke it back in. >> jimmy: oh, with your hands? >> i was scared. like i don't know what to do. >> jimmy: right, right. >> it shouldn't be like that, i poke the it back in. >> jimmy: want right thing to do?
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>> well -- i guess. i don't know. i went back to the emergency room. they told me i had a blowout fracture. apparently when i hit my face into the ground on the stunt, the orbital lamina bone didn't break, it just disappeared. when i blew my nose it was blowing air behind my eyeball and pushes it out of its socket. [ audience groans ] >> jimmy: what is wrong with you? what is wrong with you? [ cheers and applause ] how long is this going to go on? i mean, are you going to be 80 and doing this? how long are you going to keep doing your own stunts like this? >> i don't know. it's still fun. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, i mean -- >> jimmy: why doesn't tom cruise get his eyeball popped out of his head? he does his own stunts. >> it happened twice. it happened the first time. >> jimmy: what do you mean it happened twice? >> well, it happened twice. the first time it came out, i put it back in, went to the emergency room, they look the at it. and i got to wear an eye patch for a few days, though, which i felt really butch in the eye
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patch. but i went with pontius, pontius is in the movie too, he's amazing. >> >> we had a couple of drinks, he said something funny and i laughed, for some reason i held my nose and laughed. i'm not even supposed to sneeze the next three weeks. i held hi nose and laughed, it pushed my eye back out again. they could only shoot this side of my face for the last few days of the move. >> >> jimmy: oh my god, this is ridiculous. >> the footage turned out good. >> jimmy: oh, well, that's the most important thing. [ cheers and applause ] do your other maniac friends -- it seems to me that your friends, if they knew you were not supposed to sneeze for three weeks, they'd be following you around with pepper and stuff throwing it in your face. >> exactly. i'm allergic to everything. every tree, every grass, mold, dust, dogs, cats. >> jimmy: this is perfect. >> yeah. so we're just, you know -- just waiting around. figure tony barbieri or somebody
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is going to come out? we have lunatics working on the show. >> you've got more than a couple. [ laughter ] you think i got some good hires. >> jimmy: we could get you a big round plastic bubble to live in like john travolta in that movie. what do your kids say when dad comes home with no eyeball? >> well, when i got -- i told them, well, with this, i just said daddy fell at work. and with the eyeball i took the eye patch off when i came home because -- i didn't want to go into that whole explanation. >> jimmy: right, yeah. you could have just done a pirate thing and they probably would have been excited. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. but i didn't think that far ahead. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] next time. >> yeah, next time. >> jimmy: once you start doing this at parties when you realize you can control when your eyeballs come out. >> i could make it come out right now -- >> jimmy: could you really? hold on a second. [ cheers and applause ] i'm not talking to you because i know.
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but don't you dare encourage him to do this. >> no, because my wife's here. she will kill me. >> jimmy: yeah. as if killing you would be better at this point than what you're doing to yourself. we're going to take a break. when we come back, you brought some video. you're now getting the whole family into the act, it seems. >> well, my son is a deep thinker like me. >> jimmy: uh-huh. right. when we come back, we'll see the latest terror that johnny knoxville is up to. johnny knoxville is here! we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: we're on! johnny knoxville is here. so we're just talking about what it feels like when your eyeball comes out of your head.
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turns out it doesn't feel great. >> no. i really wasn't expecting that at all. >> jimmy: here is a picture of you with your eye patch. and that's bubble gum, i hope, not eyeball. >> that is -- that was in the movie we have a theme park, and inside the theme park we have a petting zoo which is very dangerous. and this is minky the masturbating monkey. and that's not his character name, that's his name in real life. he has a problem, folks. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: where did you find minky? >> we had an animal wrangler, i got this monkey who can't stop touching himself, would you like to use him in the movie? and i said yes. [ laughter ] and unfortunately he's a righty, he's got a hold of my gum. >> jimmy: so how often is this monkey touching himself? >> constantly. he'll lay into your arm too. which he did it to one of the actresses in the film. we were trying to get that shot.
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and the animal wrangler is like, look, he doesn't like guys, we've got to clear the set of guys, we've got to have a lot of the ladies on set. then he would cooperate. >> jimmy: really. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so he's heterosexual. >> yeah, he's a -- well, he's more than that. he's a pervert. >> jimmy: that sounds like you can make a movie just with minky alone. >> i mean, you would go see the movie just for minky the masturbating monkey. >> jimmy: 100%. >> forget everything that i broke in the movie. that guy's bizarre. >> jimmy: your kids are how old now? >> i have a daughter who's 21, in college, going to be a senior. i have a 7-year-old boy and a 5-year-old daughter. >> jimmy: so you brought some video. brought a couple of videos. this is something that -- >> well, yeah, i -- you know, we went out to eat last night. and my son -- i gave him some wasabi once. he's like, i want to make another dollar. so he ate some wasabi.
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this time i gave him like a nice -- >> jimmy: you paid him to eat wasabi? >> he wasn't like,fy eat this can i get a dollar? i'm like, if you eat this you can get a dollar. we'll see how it dpeegoes. >> jimmy: here we go. >> you got it, you got it, you got it, you got it. you got it, you got it. >> jimmy: let's look at the other angle. >> one, two, three -- you got it, you got it, you i got it. you got it, you got it, you got it. [ applause ] >> and that's his older sister giving him the "you got it, you got it." we needed the footage. >> jimmy: it's a very sick family all the way around.
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>> he was so happy afterwards. >> jimmy: you gave him the dollar snmplts i gave him the dollar, yeah. >> jimmy: does he realize how much money you make for doing that kind of thing? [ laughter ] >> i didn't bring up the back end deal. then he'll want points. [ applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. is your life -- is she okay with this sort of thing? >> uh, well -- [ laughter ] you know. i think she laughed when we got home. you know. because we're in a restaurant. the people behind us and next to us are not happy at all. because that's not the only incident that went down. it was constant. they were happy when we left. and my wife is just, you know. >> jimmy: she's a special woman. >> she puts up with a lot. it's amazing. >> she does ask she's outnumbered now. johnny knoxville, everybody! thank you, johnny. we'll be right back with jessica st. clair and lennon parham. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ run, run. as fast as you can.
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>> jimmy: hi, there. welcome back. still to come, music from band of horses.
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our next guests are best friends in real life who play best friends on tv. season three of their very funny show, "playing house," premieres june 23rd on usa. please welcome jessica st. clair and lennon parham. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. >> thank you. >> jimmy: your show is very funny. >> aw, thanks. >> my wife wanted me to tell you she's watched every single episode of it. >> we love your wife, we love her. >> we sat next to her at a dinner. >> yes, we did. best friends. >> we're coming for her. >> jimmy: i was a little mad at her, usually we watch shows together and it's almost like cheating to go off ask on your own and watch a whole other series. >> that's true, that's true. >> this is -- the show is about best friends and the way we have like a secret relationship. so men don't really know how we
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are behind closed doors. >> jimmy: is that true? >> yes. >> definitely. >> the comedian nick crowe said once it was like being jane goodall and watching the apes interact. >> jimmy: are you the apes? >> i took it as a compliment. >> we are. >> in this scenario we're the apes. that's the only scenario. the rest of it you are. >> jimmy: the ape watching a bunch of jane goodalls in this case. >> that's true. making notes. >> jimmy: so you play not yourselves but goofier versions of yourselves. >> yeah. >> pretty close. >> our thoughts are -- >>. >> jimmy: heightened. >> i like to think that. >> maybe lennon's are, mine are pretty much the same. >> jimmy: when you're a comedy team who makes the final call on like if there's a disagreement? do you ever disagree? do you have that situation? >> we disagree about like how to get there. but we always end up in the same place. then when we get there we're like, yeah that's it. >> jimmy: okay, now we're -- we are so close, we live up each other's ideas. >> all right, all right.
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>> you know what i'm saying? >> come on, do you know what i'm saying? >> do you know what i mean? >> here we go again. >> i never saw it but i assume it's about a person who takes their face and sees the world through their eyes. >> that's not it. >> that's what happens in that movie. >> jimmy: no, not really, no. >> don't tell me it's not scary. >> jimmy: i think your version is better, though. >> that's what it's like. >> not to get too park. but i got the big "c." in a jam. >> nose jam. >> jimmy: this is real life? >> real life. >> real deal. >> this one picked out my boobs that i currently have in my body. >> jimmy: you had a double mastectomy? >> yes. what happens is like very quickly, the plastic surgeon brought out a suitcase of boobs. that was like velvet lined. she was like, just put your hands on these and tell me which one feels most like yours. and i'm like, what? so it was myself and my husband and lennon. >> in the corner. >> lennon's in the corner. >> a bystander.
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>> i don't know, i don't feel them very often. then my husband came over and poked the side of one. and i was like, get out of here! you're fired, you're worthless! stand in the corner and be ashamed! >> that's a little bit of an exaggeration. [ laughter ] stand in the corner and be ashamed? then she locked eyes with me. she's like, get over here. i'm what, what? no, i'm not picking out your boobs. >> jimmy: why were you there in the first place? >> that was the way i could contribute. that stuff happens, you've got to just be there, you don't know what you're doing. who needs a basket of biscuits? or whatever. i don't know. >> like little red riding hood. she was there when i was first diagnosed. why are we telling this like a fun lark? it was the worst day of our lives. my husband was out of town. we didn't realize everyone thought we were lesbian partners. we were getting quite the
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treatment. >> jimmy: in what way? what do you mean? >> kind of like, who are these adorable sisters doing it for themselves, know what i mean? >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> then my husband shows up the next day and they're like, who's this [ bleep ]? all right, all right. >> keep it classy. we talked about this before we came out here. >> jimmy: yeah it's more fun when you're lesbians at the place, yes. >> it was more fun. but anyway. so they bring out the boobs and i said, lennon, you've got to get your hands on these, tell me which one. she felt each one, much like -- >> i felt your boobs first. >> felt mine, got the heft of it, then felt each one then she goes -- >> it's number 2. >> drop the mike, and i put those in my body. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. you didn't try them yourself? >> no. >> she was having a panic attack. it's a big decision. like when you name your child. you're like, should it be tallulah? probably not. you know what i mean? but you just don't know in the moment. because it's such a panic.
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>> it is. but she did a great job. >> jimmy: yeah, well -- >> thank you. >> jimmy: i can see, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> they're great. they're great. >> jimmy: and you're doing well, i hope? >> oh my god, so well. no more cancer in this body. >> jimmy: and none in your television character either. well, no. and so we told the story. and that scene where she selects my boobs, my oncologist is played by laurie metcalf. >> who just won a tony, straight-up tony. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you've got a lot of great costars and various walk-in guests including kenny loggins i saw. >> oh my god. >> we heard you are quite a fan. >> jimmy: i do like kenny loggins. i enjoy the music of the the '80s. >> wow. >> jimmy: did you ask him what "celebrate me home" means? because i've spent many years trying to figure it out. >> i think it means, it's been a long time, he's on the road,
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he's traveling, ease a musician -- >> does he want to be welcomed home? >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: isn't it much to be celebrated at home? >> he's kenny loggins, you should be celebrating him because he's still got it, 100%. >> welcome to this danger zone. >> yeah, welcome to this danger zone. >> jimmy: well, it's great to meet you. the show, "playing house," season three premieres friday, june 23rd on usa. jessica st. clair and lennon parham. be right back with hand of horses! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i want to thank johnny knoxville, jessica st. clair, lennon parham, and apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next, but first their album is called "why are you okay," here with the song "throw my mess," band of horses! [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ ♪ don't want to through my mess around all through the night one more time ♪ ♪ add a little link to the neighbor's gate stumble to the lock it slow my mind slow my mind ♪ ♪ gonna get wasted all night long gripping on tight to the cutlery and when the paranoia come ♪ ♪ thinking about it maybe it's been a while ponder it all you like you can take your time getting me arrested was ♪
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♪ the strangest fate or showing me that you're mine but it saved my life saved my life ♪ ♪ i'll be with you all them years now if anybody dies before i'm back see me ♪ ♪ laughing through those tears ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ baby won't you bring that hammer down doing it to myself just leave these things alone ♪ ♪ playing on a couch with a record on wouldn't that be fine when the days turn cold ♪ ♪ oh the days turn cold
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♪ ♪ all the trees are turning gold when you see me floating with the mercury when a change of scene come ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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this is "nightline." >> tonight, black and blusx blae was in command during the deadly assault on the dallas police force, the gunman saying he was seeking revenge for the shooting of unarmed black men by law enforcement. now nearly a year later the former chief speaking out on policing and the racial divide. >> the issue is, trust is hard to earn, easy to lose. >> and losing his own son in a shoot-out with police. >> you cry till you can't cry no more. being bethany, bethany mota has gone from a shy 13-year-old blog tore a grown youtube star. how she overcame cyber bullying so intense it made her leave school. >> i started struggling with

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