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on tonight's sdwrk live is brought to you by -- horses. they could kill you at any moment. horses. what are they planning? >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, stephen colbert from "flatliners," nina dobrev "this week in unnecessary censorship" and music from dustin lynch. and now, stay put, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's very nice. very kind. thank you for watching at home. thank you for coming to my place.
thank you. you know, i want to mention -- a personal thing, we had a big thing going on at our house this morning. my daughter, she's 3 years old, had picture day at preschool today. they sent home one of those flyers with different photo packages you can choose from. we ordered the basic package for $18.25, you get a class photo, a 5 x 7, two three x 5s, and four jumbo wallet-sized pictures, for the three people in the world who still carry photos in their wallets, in their jumbo wallets. maybe shaq has a judge bow wallet. i need a judge bow wallet to keep all my money in. so we got my daughter all dressed up, sent her to school. which as far as i can tell these school photos are exclusively for grandparents who don't know that phones can take pictures now why are you got facebook and instagram. it's really kind of surprising
that school photo packages still even exist. it's like when youtube took over and abc decided to keep making "america's funniest home videos." anyway, we're talking about this. one of our writers here, a writer named joe, his son had school picture day. and this is the shot they took of his son. you can see based on the way his son is holding that baseball glove, his father has never played catch with him. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and i don't know if it's my place but i think i need to talk with joe about that outfit. you know these schools are all anti-bullying but i think the teachers might be like, you know, with this one there's nothing we can do. [ laughter ] get me the number for child protective services, will you, guillermo? >> guillermo: yeah, sure i will. >> jimmy: speaking of photo ops the president and his wife were in florida today to look at the damage caused by hurricane irma. trump cares very deeply about
the state of florida. almost every weekend since he was sworn in he has personally flown to florida to make sure there were no hurricanes there. sometimes he even carries a golf club to fend them off. but there was a lot of fuss about the high heel shoes melania wore when she visited houston after hurricane harvey. so today she wore the most somber footwear in her closet. a pair of $750 chanel flats. the president wore khakis and a wind breaker. they both wore -- both had baseball caps on. but with different messages on them. look at this. >> i just want to thank everybody, the first responders, on behalf of myself, the vice president, melania really wanted to be here -- >> jimmy: couple of mannequins. help stands for hurricane emergency lady patrol. president trump is making some interesting moves. he was apparently so thrilled with the good press he got from the surprise deal he made last week with democrats, he invited chuck schumer and nancy pelosi
to dine at the white house last night and made another deal with them. maybe. we're still not sure. it's very strange. schumer and pelosi announced they made the deal over dinner to protect the d.r.e.a.m.ers, the young immigrants whose status as u.s. residents is in jeopardy because trump says he plans to rescind the daca program that protects them. almost immediately trump dried to walk it back. this morning he tweeted, no deal was made last night on daca, massive border security would have to be agreed to in exchange for consent, would be subject to vote. so he went back to that. a half hour later he tweets, does anybody really want to throw out good, educated, and accomplished young people who have jobs, some serving in the military? really? and the answer is -- yes. somebody does. [ laughter ] [ applause ] and that somebody is you! [ cheers and applause ]
you're the one who -- it's like he's now having a twitter fight with himself. [ laughter ] i don't know what else to make of it. like he got freaky friday'd with chuck schumer last night. i guess he didn't know the mike was on when he got to the senate today. this was caught on tape on c-span2. here's what he said about the deal he made with donald. >> sorry, i just got here, anything new? he lines us. he likes me, anyway. look what we said is exactly accurate. here's what i told him. i said, mr. president, you're much better off if you can sometimes step right and sometimes step left. if you have to step in just one direction, you're boxed. he gets that. >> jimmy: you couldn't see him there but the guy schumer was saying that to was billy bush, weirdly. [ laughter ] trump and schumer have a lot in common. they're both from new york. both like to mix it up.
neither one of them seems to have any idea when his microphone is on. hillary clinton is promoting her new book. she told anderson cooper that a lot of people come up to her now to apologize for not voting. and when they do that, she says she doesn't forgive them. i guess she used all her forgiveness up on her husband. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] did you not know about this? that's kind of strange, isn't it? white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders was asked about clinton's book. she said she thought it was sad, which is true, i mean, it is -- i don't want to spoil it for anyone who's planning to read it but the enthe book, donald trump becomes president. [ laughter ] this is weird. and this is not in a good way weird. this is from a morning show in england. now brits -- my research has found british people love shows about dumb and crazy americans. they have tons of them over there. you know what we always assume english people are smarter and classier than we are? they assume this too, okay?
[ laughter ] and these shows reinforce it. so anyway, this morning's show in the uk, the interview, the guy who built himself a sex robot. well, fob tonight the shoe is as they say on the other foot. >> what does she do? >> like i say, you can talk to her, you can interact, you can tell her you love her, she'll respond and say this. >> i love you too. >> and she might go on to say? >> do you think we could get more sensual? >> and then? >> i can take many times, much more love, just because. you can give it. and i take it all. >> jimmy: boy. a conversation like that, who even needs the sex, really. [ laughter ] we just talked all night, she's a wonderful conversationalist. the great thing about this robot samantha, samantha isn't just for the man of the house, she's fun for the whole family. >> it would be quite frightening in. >> a child found that in wour wardrobe. >> i have two children myself. she's got a family mode. >> oh, no, don't.
>> it's going to read the kids a bedtime story? >> she can talk about animals, she can talk about philosophy, she can talk about science, she's programmed with 1,000 jokes which are rat random. >> how old are they? >> 5 and 3. >> at some point they're going to go, i'm now old enough to realize that samantha, daddy has sex with samantha. and samantha's not mommy. is that not a bit strange? >> i think the world's changing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yes, it is. the world's changing the channel. because people watching you are throwing up. [ laughter ] we have a great show for you tonight. stephen colbert is here with us. [ cheers and applause ] as you may know, he is hosting the emmy awards on sunday night. i'm told he also has some kind of a show on tv? yes? is it on tbs? cbs? oh. that's the channel with two broke girls, great.
stephen is backstage right now. i thought i'd want to say a quick hi, steven, how are you doing? >> hello, james. [ applause ] thank you, thank you for having me. >> jimmy: who is that, steven? >> have i never introduced you to my sex robot? >> jimmy: you know what, no, i don't think you have. >> i'm sorry, where are my manners? jimmy, this is deborah ann. deborah ann, this is jimmy kimmel. he's the host of the show. >> jimmy: so nice to meet you. are you guys comfortable? is everything okay back there? >> so comfortable, it's lovely back here. deborah ann is addicted to these crab cakes. >> daddy, give me more, give it all to me. [ laughter ] >> she won't stop saying that. >> jimmy: welcome to you both and we'll see you in a minute, all right? >> great, but if there's a sock on the doorknob? it means i'm having sex with these crab cakes. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: it's thursday night which means it's time to bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week whether they need it or not. it's time for "this week in unnecessary censorship." >> in his first interview since leaving the administration, he is now blasting the president's decision to [ bleep ] fbi drear james comey. >> the president was 100% right in [ bleep ]ing james comey. >> so i suspect this little black [ bleep ] that mr. bannon's talking about, the only one who [ bleep ]ed that black [ bleep ] was mr. bannon himself. >> the mayor of tampa warned people there that they were going to get [ bleep ]ed in the face by hurricane irma. ♪ >> there's a young man who played trump, practiced [ bleep ]ing me. >> really? >> oh, yes. >> welcome home, sweet pea. >> thank you, nice to be here. >> can't waste to taste your yummy [ bleep ]. >> maybe your wife left you because she was looking for a beefy [ bleep ].
>> listen up, the midwest [ bleep ] fest -- might be for you. >> the vikings have designated someone to blow the [ bleep ]. here's vikings legend randy moss. >> america's at her best when, against all odds, we come together and [ bleep ] each other up. >> [ bleep ] you. >> [ bleep ] you. >> [ bleep ] you. >> [ bleep ] you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back, in honor of the enemies this weekend we will hand out a very special award to a group of actors who have been ignored for far too long. so stick around, we will be right back with that. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ when you're close to the people you love, does psoriasis ever get in the way of a touching moment?
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. music tonight from dustin lynch. nina dobrev and stephen colbert are on the way. stephen is hosting the emmys in l.a. sunday. the emmys, the annual night on which television reaches out and touches itself. all the nom nations have been announced for this year. i think i found an early front-runner for next year in the category of outstanding performance by a man trying to get a rat out of his bathroom with the assistance of a cat. >> aahhh! aahhh! aahhh! aahhh! aahhh! hey, hey! aahhh! aahhh!
>> jimmy: bathroom belongs to the rat now. [ cheers and applause ] it's where you give up and just start using the bathroom at the denny's down street. the emmys mark the start of award season in hollywood. there are hundreds of performers who do get nominated and honored. there are many, many more who get snubbed, who get no recognition. tonight i really would like to shine a light on a group that's been ignored for i think far too long. these are actors whose faces you know immediately, but whose names you don't. the people you see them, hey, it's that guy from that show. with that said it is time that we salute those unsung heroes with the first-ever "the guy from that show award." [ cheers and applause ] and the nominees for the guy from that show are -- this guy. [ cheers and applause ]
you know him. he's been in -- i don't know, he's been in everything, what the hell is his name? he was in "the good wife." he was the judge, you were the judge in "the good wife," right? >> yes, i was the judge. >> jimmy: okay. you were so good. and yet -- i do not know your name. oh, well. our next nominee is -- [ cheers and applause ] that guy. oh my gosh. now you look so familiar too, what is your name? what is his name? he was the police guy on "the wire," right? what's that other show you're in? >> i was in "lost." >> jimmy: yes, you were great in "lost." you got killed. you were killed in "lost." our next nominee is -- this gentleman. [ cheers and applause ] i recognize you. you're like a dad in everything. i think i've seen you more than my own dad, yet your name is a complete mystery. i have no clue of what it is. does it start with a "b"?
like bob? >> no, it starts with a "g." >> jimmy: "g." grin n gwyneth? >> no, it's not. >> jimmy: oh, sorry. finally we have -- this guy. [ cheers and applause ] oh my god! it's ned ryerson from "groundhog day"? but it's not your real name. >> no. >> jimmy: you are literally on every single show on tv. "silicon valley" right now? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: "one day at a time" on netflix yet i can't remember your name. >> have you ever imdb'd me? >> jimmy: no, but i definitely should have and i will after the show. but first it's the moment these men have all been waiting for. four iconic actors. thank you, all great. all bald, by the way. and the award for the guy from that show goes to -- the guy in the upper right-hand corner.
box. [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: this is the guy in the upper right-hand box's first nomination in "the guy from that show award." [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, thank you, thank you so much for this beautiful trophy with a question mark where my name should be. [ laughter ] i am dedicating this award to my wife, to my kids, and to everyone who comes up to me on the street and says, do i know you? [ laughter ] yeah. well, you do now. [ cheers and applause ] you do now. and it makes me so proud. so proud to be here. to just be nominated with so many great actors. like, well -- [ laughter ] you know, that guy there.
>> uh-huh. >> he's, you know -- honestly, i don't know these guys' names either. [ laughter ] but i know my name. i know my name! and i have waited for this moment my entire life! to share it with the world! right, to make -- wait, wait, baby, wait -- to share it with the world. my name is -- [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: congratulations. i still have to say i still don't know what it is. i'm sure whatever his name is, it's a great name. [ laughter ] anyway, congratulations to all of our nominees. we have a great show for you tonight. we have music from dustin lynch. nina dobrev is here. and we will be right back with stephen colbert! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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mercedes-benz outdoor stage. next week, we have new shows with julie bowen, kirsten dunst, kyra sedgwick, halle berry, kumail nanjiani, nathan fielder, adam scott, senator al franken will be here, and we will have music from judah and the lion, 21 savage, jason isbell and the 400 unit and fall out boy. so please join us for all that. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest is a very funny man. a very good man. he is host of "the late show," which is on at noon on wednesdays and -- [ laughter ] and on sunday he slips into a tuxedo to host the 69th primetime emmy awards on cbs. please welcome stephen colbert! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: thank you for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: how exciting for america to see two talk show titans side by side. >> you rarely see two middle-aged white men talking on television anymore. it's lovely to be here, thank you for having me. >> jimmy: thank you for coming. i know you're very busy this week -- >> nah. emmys could wait. did you notice, how would you compare my walkout, the speed of my walkout, to a regular guest? was that slower or fastener. >> jimmy: it was perfect, it was absolutely perfect. because you know what i'm glad you brought that up, that is one of the little things. >> different guests. different industries. movie stars walk out really slowly. >> jimmy: do you find that? interesting. >> they think they're on the red carpet at cannes. [ laughter ] did you get a good one? did you guys get a good one? >> jimmy: i find that musicians sometimes will come out and just stand there for a really long time. because they're used to having
20,000 people in the crowd. >> and they don't sit down. >> jimmy: and they don't sit down. sometimes we have to edit out some of their accolades, you know? it can be uncomfortable. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i just stand there like an idiot until they're at the seat. you did it perfectly. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: you're not only a good host, you're a good guest as well. >> thank you. i loved you with sean spicer last night. >> jimmy: did you watch that? >> yeah, it was great. what was he like in person? i always wanted to talk to that cat. >> jimmy: much smaller than i thought he was going to be. he's a small guy. i don't know why i didn't realize it. did you know -- >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: you did. i wasn't paying attention. i see the podium and i figure they have one size podium -- >> i know he was small because i've met melissa mccarthy. [ laughter ] ? she's small as well. if i was the president i would have one size podium. and you would have to use it no matter how tall or short you were. how much funnier would he have been just peeking over that
thing? >> adorable, people would have been nicer to him. >> jimmy: i have to say, a certain part of me felt sorry for him. >> really? >> jimmy: i felt like -- >> really? because he wasn't apologizing no. >> jimmy: he wasn't apologizing. >> he wants to be forgiven but he won't regret anything he did. >> jimmy: you think -- >> you got to regret something you did to be forgiven. >> jimmy: what if he's privately regretting it but too scared to publicly regret it because there's a big orange bully that might hit him over the head? [ laughter ] >> then we privately forgive him. >> jimmy: that seems reasonable. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: how's everything going? is your preparation for the emmys, is it going well? >> i hope so. [ laughter ] you've done it. do you have any advice? you hosted the emmys. what is it like? what's that room like? >> jimmy: it's a really good -- it's a great room. >> it's huge. >> jimmy: here's part of what's good about hosting the emmys. you know everyone there. i mean, almost everyone there you've had on your show. >> right. >> jimmy: and also, they know you host the show every night. so they don't want to be caught on camera like yawning or, you know, doing something that you
might see and might punish them for later on. >> really? >> jimmy: yes. >> you think -- >> jimmy: there's a certain amount of that. >> did you punish people who don't enjoy -- >> jimmy: i like to rule with fear. i like to -- >> yes, you could be president of the united states. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there's a certain element. you know, you want -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: you want to be supportive. and they know you. i think it comes generally from a good place. >> you live out in los angeles where all the famous people are. there's some famous people in new york but really this is the mothership. this is where they grow the famous people on farms. [ laughter ] like you're really friends with famous people. i know a couple. >> jimmy: this is why the north koreans have the missiles pointed at us instead of at you guys there in new york. because they want to hit like tom selleck. that's who they're going for. >> if we take out blue bloods, america crumbles, yes. >> jimmy: that is what they say. you know, lives on your show we had a lot of fun.
we had a contest, we had a cooking competition. and the judge in that cooking competition was our mutual agent. >> baby doll dixon. james baby doll dixon, the legend. >> jimmy: you won the cooking contest. james ruled in favor of you. then i knocked one of his teeth out on your show. >> true story. true story. after i crushed you, you wrestled with him and it knocked out one of james' teeth. you rule with fear. >> jimmy: that's right, that's exactly how i do it. so tonight i have something else in mind. it's a different kind of competition. >> i'm in, whatever it is. i'm in. >> jimmy: okay, great. let's take a break. when we come back, stephen colbert is here. he is the host of the emmys on sunday night. we're going to compete when we come back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> jimmy: hi, we're back. stephen colbert, he's the host of the emmys sunday night on cbs. stephen. i think you were saying -- we were just talking about our theaters and kind of comparing them. because it is interesting as a talk show host to go to another talk show and to see what they have. >> yeah, everybody does it differently. i was watching the monologue. and after the mono was over i
saw them roll out this black carpet. is there going to be a tumbling routine? you put this desk out here every night. >> jimmy: yeah, we do. it's like we're living in a mobile home. >> yeah. that's a pain in the ass. >> jimmy: your place is like a cathedral, the most beautiful theater i've ever seen. >> a national treasure, yeah. it's an honor, yeah. >> jimmy: when you took over for dave, dave retired after 22 years he was on the air -- >> 32. >> jimmy: in that theater, though. yeah, 22 years. >> jimmy: did dave give you like a -- >> he was really nice. i was there about a week ask a half before he went off the air. he'd already been very nice, called and congratulated me when i got the gig. can i see you and talk to you while you're still behind the chair, because i've got a couple of questions. he said sure. i went over to his place, went into his little outer office. and we had a couple of bottles of water. and i was asking things like, where do you hide from your producers? he showed me a good place. you need to be able to get away from your producers because they
want you to work, sometimes you don't want to work. where do you put the time so you know how to countdown for the guests? mostly i said, would you please teach me how to drive the elevator? because nobody knows this but the ed sullivan theater and the ed sullivan office building aren't connected, you have to go to the basement and walk through these weird tunnels and there's only one elevator that goes down there. it's an old 1927 brass handled self-driving elevator. oh, sure, sure, you know how to drive a stick? very similar. >> jimmy: there's no operator? >> no, just you. >> jimmy: it's just you. >> just you going down. and so he drove a little bit, had me drive down. he goes, let me see you land it. i try to land it. and he goes, this is not up to my standard. [ laughter ] he showed me to you to land it properly. we took it back up. he opened the door, showed me how to open the door properly. it's got a catch you feel but can't see. he looked around, had the door
open, he looked at me and goes, "now it's waiting for you." like somebody handing you the keys to an old car, really nice. >> jimmy: like willie wong ka, "charlie and the chocolate factory" in a way. very much so. >> jimmy: you're confident it in, you're able to do it? >> hell yeah. i try it with my eyes closed. i count to 64 and that usually lands me on the 12th floor. >> jimmy: you've got a little ocd? >> little bit, little bit. >> jimmy: not only do we have the same job respect we have the same agent, which is kind of weird. our agent is kind of weird. he's not kind of weird, he's really weird. that's him. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: look how tan he is. >> here call. here i am. >> jimmy: naturally tan too. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: his tooth is back, thank god, he looks great. >> thank you. >> jimmy: baby, open that shirt a little bit more so we can really enjoy that tan. show everyone your abs. he's very proud of his abs. [ cheers and applause ]
show everybody your abs. >> really? >> jimmy: they want to see them, of course they do. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's too late. they'll edit it out. >> jimmy: no, i won't. >> he'll edit it out. >> jimmy: no. look at them. oh, look. [ cheers and applause ] oh my god. i know very few men who cologne their navel. >> jimmy: i'm glad you mentioned that. oh, yeah, you may have ruined our contest. >> i touched his stomach with my hand. >> jimmy: i was going to ask you -- >> smells like a cathouse. [ rim shot ] >> jimmy: do you think you can identify baby using your nose alone? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yes, because he wears a lot of cologne. >> i do. >> jimmy: like ten uber drivers worth of cologne, i've literally been in a limo with him, and he
said pull over to the cvs, i've got to get some cologne. true story. >> jimmy: guillermo, bring out the cologne. here is your blindfold. we are going to be blindfolded. guiller guillermo, i don't want to look. >> this is very "fifty shades." this is very nice. how does this work, now? >> jimmy: guillermo is going to let us each smell -- how many of these are there? >> guillermo: five, jimmy. >> jimmy: okay, five. we'll try to guess at the end of the five which one is baby doll's cologne. >> here's number one. >> jimmy: stephen's smelling number one. >> very citrusy, very spicy. what do you think of that one? >> jimmy: i think i've worn that one when i was a teenager, smells like polo or something. >> that's not baby doll. >> guillermo: here's number two. >> where is it? >> guillermo: right here. >> yeah, that's also -- that's like sandalwood in there. >> jimmy: yeah, okay. >> no, i don't think so. >> jimmy: i don't think that's like him either.
>> that's lifeguard. >> guillermo: here's number three. >> hm, that's too floral. that's too floral. that is an old lady smell. [ laughter ] >> guillermo: here's number four. >> we're getting there. we're getting there. that is -- that is musky. >> jimmy: okay. >> like the underbelly of an ox. >> guillermo: okay. and here's one more. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh yeah, that's him. >> that's definitely him. >> jimmy: that's definitely. >> can we take -- >> jimmy: let's take our blindfolds off. what do you think in the last one was cigarettes. of course it was cigarettes. i don't know which was which. which one do you think it was? i feel like maybe it was number three, although i feel it's more of a combination of the two. >> it felt like four to me, i thought it was four. >> jimmy: you thought it was four? >> four. which is it?
>> guillermo: four? three? maybe. what number? >> jimmy: it was? you can stay right there, baby, and reveal it to the camera. yes, baby says -- >> versace. >> jimmy: what number was it? >> number two. >> jimmy: number two. i'm sorry, baby, you're fired. all right. well, that was -- you know, the climax wasn't as exciting. how that is possible? why would you name a cologne after number two, by the way? yeah, no that's not -- i don't know. you know what? >> i don't believe you. >> jimmy: we'll let this all out, do it all over again. >> next time. >> jimmy: baby, let me knock out one of your teeth, come on. all right, stephen. [ cheers and applause ] i just want to say, i hope you have a better plan for the emmys than i did for our show here together. but thank you so much for being here. i'll see you sunday night. break leg. stephen colbert, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] hosting the emmys on cbs. we'll be right back!
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. still to come, dustin lynch is here. our next guest was born in bulgaria, raised in canada, moved to los angeles. now she's standing about 20 feet behind me. it's an amazing story, really. you can see her star opposite cover sutherland and ellen page in "flatliners" that opennnnnnnn this month. please welcome nina dobrev! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's very good to have you here. you look very beautiful. thank you for coming. >> thank you. of course. >> jimmy: how long were you on "the vampire diaries"? >> about six years. >> jimmy: was that your big break, your first thing? >> not my first thing. i was on "degrassi" before that. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: with drake. were you on with drake? >> i was, yeah.
>> jimmy: then he amazingly was able to stand up out of that wheelchair. >> it's crazy, crazy, technology and medicine are really advanced. >> you must have been a kid when you started acting? >> i was about 16 years old when i got the show. didn't start there, that was my professional career. i'd been sort of acting about of that. >> jimmy: acting out? >> that's true, all the time. but whenever we'd go anywhere i would make up little characters and lie to people and say that i was somebody else, have an accent, have a whole back story created. my mom would come up and find out i'd been highing to people. >> jimmy: your mother was letting you wander around alone as a child, doing an accent to strangers, who were puzzled as to why a kid had an accent and mom didn't, exactly. >> jimmy: you're lucky to be here and not in an orphanage or something right now. i heard you love the '80s. >> i do. i was born in the '80s. >> jimmy: to what extent? yeah, i guess so, but you missed, really, the '80s. >> 1989, so technically the '80s but just on the cusp, yes,
technically. >> jimmy: i brought a photograph here. now before i reveal this, because it's one of the great photographs i've seen. tell us how this came to happen. >> well, we -- it was labor day weekend. we wanted to do a throwback party and have crazy outfits and pay homage to the years that we were born in and that was the '80s. we thought it would look great on instagram. >> jimmy: and you were right. and at that party, not only were you there in an outfit by the way that i never saw in the '80s. [ laughter ] we would still be in the '80s if anyone wore this. john stamos himself. is that really john? or is it a cardboard cutout of john? >> it's actually john wearing john. or jesse. >> jimmy: did john -- was john invited or did you say his name three titles like beetlejuice and he appeared? >> i said it five times, and poof, he suddenly appeared, crazy. >> jimmy: did people lose their minds that john stamos was at
your '80s party? >> he's a friend of the friend circle so he was invited. >> what does that mean, friend of the friend circle? >> we're all buddies. >> jimmy: what does that mean? [ laughter ] i want to know what he's up to is really what i want to know. >> he lives in l.a., i met him through friends and we all went away for the weekend. >> jimmy: oh, really? you, john, and all your friends? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and they're all girs, your friends, right? >> no, no. >> jimmy: they're guys also? >> no, yeah. it was about 60 of us, actually. >> jimmy: unbelievable. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i don't know why that makes me angry but it does. [ laughter ] >> next time we'll invite you. >> jimmy: yeah, right. [ laughter ] "flatliners" is a movie -- what year did the original "flatliners" come out? >> i think 1990. >> jimmy: this is a reimagining of that? because -- >> that is the new trend, to call it a reimagining. >> jimmy: i like that, i don't know who came up with reimagining, not remaking. it sounds much more exciting when you reimagine a film. >> totally. >> jimmy: you play whom in the
movie? >> i play marla, who's this overachieving, sort of competitive, very stubborn, determined doctor. or she's a resident who wants to become a doctor. and she tries to kill herself in order to find out what happens in the afterlife. >> jimmy: yeah. people should not do that at home in general. >> no, you should not do that. >> jimmy: i'll tell you what happens in the afterlife, you start wearing shirts with your own face on them. [ laughter ] appearing at parties in spandex. [ applause ] at least that's what's happened to john in hisoff liafterlife. >> he looks great, though. he looks exactly the same is the crazy part. >> jimmy: that's what makes me so angry about it. he seems to get better looking with each year. he'll be at your 70th birthday party, you'll be an old lady, he'll still look exactly like this. >> is john going to come out right now? i feel we've spent the entire interview talking about him. >> jimmy: everyone thinks about him a lot. >> i feel like you think about him a lot.
>> jimmy: i do think about him a lot, yeah, he's number one on my -- you know. flip to the other side list. [ laughter ] well, it's very good to see you. congratulations. the movie is called "flatliners." it opens september 29th. nina dobrev, everybody. be right back with justin leech! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. vo: jack's got your back.hits, jack: somebody craving my smoky jack burger? vo: the smoky jack burger combo for $4.99. vo: hickory-smoked bacon, smoked cheddar cheese, vo: all on an artisan poppyseed bun.
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this is "nightline." >> tonight, truth and lies. a young pregnant woman disappears. her boyfriend pleading for her return. >> there's so many people, so many people that miss you, who are praying that you're safe. >> now he's under arrest. the case eerily similar to one that captivated this country so many years ago when laci peterson went missing. her family made those same tearful pleas. >> whoever has her please, please, please let her go, bring her back to us. >> we love her so much. we want her back. >> her community mobilized. but her husband's story wasn't adding up. >> is it possible they think you know where she is? >> i -- i think a lot of people believe that. >> as scott peterson's lies unraveled -- >> scott told me he was not