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right now woody harrelson on jimmy kimmel. good night. ♪ hey, yo, who -- guillermo? jimmy? >> jimmy: sorry, rosie perez! >> that's all right. you boys have fun out there, all right? hey, come by for a snack afterward, okay? >> jimmy: thank you, rosie perez! >> guillermo: thank you, rosie perez! >> okay, bye. >> dicky: from brooklyn it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight, woody harrelson, paul shaffer, and music from tony bennett brought to you by american family insurance, with cleto and the cletones. and now, cold kicking it live,
here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you very much. very kind. welcome. hello, brooklyn. that's great. please sit. what's that behind me? very nice. sit, sit, relax, relax. that's very kind. i miss you already. thank you for leaving the tiny apartments you share with five roommates to be here tonight. [ laughter ] this is closing night for us at the brooklyn academy of music, it's very sad. [ cheers and applause ] i want to tell people across the country, this borough of brooklyn is unlike any other place on earth. i'm going to miss everything about it. except alternate side parking.
[ laughter ] there's so much character. you can feel it in every place you go. in l.a. our most historic landmark is the sunglass hut at the sherman oaks galleria. so it's different here. i don't know if you can tell. my suit's pulling a little, i've eaten so much this week. i want to thank all the many restaurants and coffee shops and doughnut shops and diners and ice cream places, all the many establishments who sent us food this week. let's put the names of every -- i want to put this up on the screen. this is for real. i seriously ate at least one thing from every one of these places. [ cheers and applause ] i wish i was kidding. one place, frankie's spoontino, i ate at four times. i want to list to be read aloud at my funeral, i really do. [ laughter ] anyway, those are the people who have conspired to kill me this week. i want to say thanks to them and
thanks to the great staff here at b.a.m., brooklyn academy of music. [ cheers and applause ] i will say, so warm and you made this opera house feel like an opera home and we appreciate it. and above all i want to thank our crew from l.a. and here in new york for all their incredibly hard work. it takes a lot to put a show like this together. [ cheers and applause ] to move a whole television show 3,000 miles. not since "saved by the bell" went to hawaii has there been a production so immense, moving. i want to thank both our crews from both coasts for doing it perfectly. we brought 245 members of our staff here for the show. we seem to be missing one of them. and i'm not -- where is guillermo? oh, no. oh, no. oh, guillermo. oh, guillermo. are you okay? yeah, just drop him off right over there. okay, good, all right. i'm glad. hi, guillermo. how are you? are you all right?
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: is that a white tequila in that bag? >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: it is, all right. >> guillermo: of course. >> jimmy: when we back to l.a. we have a world series waiting. if all goes as it has been going, it will be the dodgers and the yankees. [ cheers and applause ] the all-time classic baseball rivalry. the yankees are playing game six right now in houston. you know, last night i mentioned your mayor bill de blasio, who is not a yankees fan or a mets fan, he loves the red sox -- [ audience booing ] >> jimmy: it's like mayor mccheese walking into burger king and ordering a whopper. he said it would be impossible for him to root for the yankees and doesn't understand why this is a big deal. a reporter asked isn't it part of the mayor's job to rise above the personal preferences and root for the team from the city he was elected to run? here's what he said. >> to me, no.
what i should do, if they win, honor them for sure which i'd be happy to do and i think they have a good chance of winning. but i am very serious about my allegiance to baseball, i'm going to do it my way. i don't think this is a thing new yorkers care about, in the end. >> jimmy: oh, really? [ audience booing ] let's take a quick vote. this is a thing new yorkers care about? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: literally, this might be the only thing new yorkers care about. new yorkers care about this and the subway. and if we're talking baseball, you're 0 for 2 on both of them. [ laughter ] even anthony weiner is like, dude, you're embarrassing yourself, stop. [ laughter ] we've had a great week of shows here thanks in no small part to an honorary member of our band. the cletones merged with the shaftones and we're blessed with the great paul shaffer. [ cheers and applause ] >> what a hash tag what a
blessing. thank you, guys. thank you, jimmy, thanks for having me, what a gas. >> jimmy: may i ask, you lived here in new york for many, many years what do you make of the mayor not supporting the yankees potentially going to the world series? >> [ bleep ] unconstitutional, that's what it is. is it not? is it not? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i think the audience agrees with me, yes. >> jimmy: strong words from paul shaffer. [ laughter ] >> and i don't normally work blue. >> jimmy: but this time you had to. >> it behooves me. >> jimmy: paul's going to move down to the couch later tonight to chat. woody harrelson is with us too. [ cheers and applause ] there's one rule. we have one rule, you cannot have a brooklyn week without a tony on the show. we went out and found the best tony of all, our music guest tonight, the one and only tony bennett is here with us. [ cheers and applause ] whoa. what's -- ♪
i don't know what's going on. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: excuse me. excuse me. >> hey, yo, yo, yo, yo, whassup? >> jimmy: okay, john, what are you doing? >> what does it look like we're doing? it's my crew, getting fresh, popping locks. we rock it. >> jimmy: but -- >> this is what we do. >> jimmy: you guys look great. i just want to say, though, this is wonderful, but i'm in the middle of a show right now. you remember how shows work? [ laughter ] >> to be honest, no. >> jimmy: well -- >> so -- >> jimmy: yeah, i'm just trying to do the show, so if you guys
don't mind -- >> you got to take it up with the landlord, my friend. we rent this place out. every friday we practice. >> jimmy: i'm sorry, we rented it for the whole week, so we have it. i'm glad you have this, i really am. but i need to finish my monologue -- >> understood. just back down. okay. i'm sorry i have to do this but there's one way to settle it. i apologize. you just got served. [ laughter ] it's a dance-off! ♪ >> jimmy: yeah. it's -- i just -- there's not going to be a dance-off. there's just no time for a dance-off. >> oh, widdle jimmy got scared? >> jimmy: no, no, just -- i'm just uncomfortable, that's all. this is not going to -- there's not going to be a dance -- i'm
sorry, i don't mean to -- >> no, there's one other way. >> jimmy: what? >> it's a brooklyn thing. >> jimmy: okay. >> you could -- promote my upcoming event on hbo. and i'll leave peacefully. >> jimmy: all right, okay. "night of too many stars"? "night of too many stars" airs on hbo november 18th to help raise funds for people with autism. >> that's right. [ cheers and applause ] listen, this is important. we got all the late-night shows. >> jimmy: all the late-night shows are involved? >> all the late-night shows are going to be involved with great auctions. it's going to be great. >> jimmy: so we're actually going to be involved? >> you, your show, you even made a video for it. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah. i'd rather not talk about that, yeah. >> does anybody want to see the video? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no, they don't want to see the video. i don't think they want to -- >> let's take a look. >> jimmy: fine, show the video. hello, i'm jimmy kimmel. >> and i'm matt damon.
>> jimmy: the reason i'm here with that is to raise money for "next for autism," an organization that works to improve the lives of people living with autism spectrum disorder. he's here for publicity. >> that's bull [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: you're bull [ bleep ]. >> i'm here because i care. >> jimmy: about what? >> about people. >> jimmy: oh, now he cares about people. guess what, i'm a people. you never seem to care about me. okay. >> it just jumped. >> jimmy: i'm not doing this now, okay? i'm not going to do this with him. >> oh, oh -- >> jimmy: he's throwing things. >> wah, should i call the wah-mbulance? stop crying, i thought you cared about raising money for people. >> jimmy: i do care about that but i'm not going to be peppered by spoons by you -- you are a [ bleep ] -- >> what, you asked for pepper. >> jimmy: can i be done with this, please? can i please --
>> unbelievable, you are such a baby. >> jimmy: you're throwing pepper at me. >> really, just abandon the whole plan, don't raise anything for anybody because jimmy got pepper on his food? >> jimmy: i don't have any food. >> just calm down, i'll finish it. go to omaze.com/mattandjimmy to win a once in a lifetime experience, an uncomfortable dinner with me and it. >> jimmy: imagine how jealous your friends will be when you tell them that you and america's most loved talk show host sat together and watched one of hollywood's dumbest and most disgusting actors eat sandwich after sandwich like a pig. >> just imagine having a reasonable conversation with an oscar winner while biffy [ bleep ] over there eats hummus and tugs his nuts. >> jimmy: go to omaze.com/mattandjimmy for your chance to win an uncomfortable dinner with jimmy kimmel and more-on. moron. >> i got it, i got the joke, it wasn't that -- >> jimmy: wasn't a joke. >> the best day of your life
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what are you wearing there? you've got a harvard -- did you go to harvard? >> i went to harvard. >> you did? >> yeah, just the other day. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i walked right into that one. you're dressed as if the delivery guy knocked on the door and you said, oh, i better put some clothes on. [ laughter ] >> yeah well. i didn't know i was coming straight here from the train. it was a long story. >> jimmy: have you -- >> i would have snazzed up, i'd be dressed like you. >> jimmy: have you lived in new york an extended period of time, have you ever really lived here? >> yeah, i lived here many years ago, back when i was a young tyke. >> jimmy: pre"cheers" years? >> pre "cheers." when i was trying to break into the business. first i was doing, you know, various odd jobs. things in restaurants. oh, god. just terrible jobs. >> jimmy: what was one of the
terrible jobs you had? >> one of the terrible jobs -- i think there was something i was supposed to tell you that was going to be funny. >> jimmy: oh. [ laughter ] >> and i can't -- you've seen this. >> i hate when that happens, yeah. >> it's terrible. >> jimmy: it's called the lingering effects of marijuana. [ laughter ] >> yeah, okay. okay. >> jimmy: it really is. [ applause ] which by the way, is this true that you quit? you quit smoking? >> yeah. i quit. i quit about 12:30. [ laughter ] had nothing, nothing since 12:30. no, no, i did. i quit smoking. >> jimmy: why did you quit? why did you quit smoking? >> well -- an experiment. >> jimmy: really. >> yeah. i mean, you know. i've been smoking -- i smoked enough pot to fill this theater. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: with smoke or actual pot? that seems like a lot. >> definitely with actual pot.
>> jimmy: when you did quit -- >> that's a very good -- >> jimmy: i was actually -- i was surprised, and maybe even i felt a little disappointed -- >> hurt, hurt. >> jimmy: i know you're very good friends with willie nelson. do you sit willie down and tell him -- how do you break the news to willie? >> that was a very hard one to break. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it was a hard one, yeah. >> that was just one guy. in fact, you know, it was one of those things where at first i'm like pretending, you know. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> just holding it, because i don't want him to know. finally i'm like, willie, i quit. and still it never fails, you know. the joint comes around and he's passing it to me. >> jimmy: sure. >> he keeps waiting for me to smoke again. >> jimmy: and you don't? >> i'm not -- it's been a year and a half. >> jimmy: when you smoked that last one, did you know it was going to be the last one? >> no, it was at the tail end of a bender. [ laughter ] yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ]
i mean, i'm looking at this group. i know there's some people here who know what i'm talking about. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: we've been here for a week, i feel like i am at the tail end of a bender right now, yeah. >> hey, can i just say something? >> jimmy: yeah, go ahead. >> you know, i've been -- i just came from london. i've been in london for a year. but, you know, people send me things. because they know we're buddies. and the stuff you've been -- that -- your speeches about health care, the passionate, amazing -- [ cheers and applause ] yeah, i mean -- >> jimmy: can i be honest? that's nice of you but i thought you were talking about drugs when you said people were sending you things. >> no, but then also the speech you gave after vegas, you know. that was one of the most beautiful things. >> jimmy: that's nice of you to say, i appreciate it. [ applause ]
>> i sent you an e-mail but i'm not sure i'm sending it to the right -- >> jimmy: you might not be. i saw your movie "lbj" and you are fantastic at this movie. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i see you made up like lbj, oh, that's woody. 30 seconds in you forget about that. the makeup looks really great. and this is i think a very powerful and moving performance. crazy, though. you are shooting this movie, as far as i understand, at the same time bryan cranston is shooting his lbj movie. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: did that worry you at all? >> big-time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it did. >> you know, he's one of the greatest actors alive. and what was cool was i thought to myself, you know, i wanted guidance. and i thought, just call bryan. [ laughter ] who's going to know better how to play -- he did it on broadway for a while. so i call him. you know, on his day off, he was working six-day weeks.
jay roach, just like slave driver over there. so no. and then one day off. and he takes two hours out of his life to like talk to me on the phone and give me advice and talk to me about lbj. and then he put me in touch with people who knew him. he was amazing. >> jimmy: he's one of the best guys. >> and i said to him, dude, you know, i got to be quite honest, i don't think i would do this for you. [ laughter ] and he says, well, you know, i don't look at it as a competition, he says, it's a big tent, let's fill it. >> jimmy: wow. [ applause ] >> he's a beautiful guy. >> jimmy: that is remarkable. really. so one of the things that's interesting about lbj is that, you know this is true, he would like to have meetings, he'd be sitting on the toilet and meeting with people. >> yeah, he did that. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so that's kind of the setup for this clip. and -- well, here it is, woody harrelson's new movie "lbj."
>> so why the [ bleep ] am i busy alienating every son of a bitch in my party when, if i'm going to make a run in '68, well, i'm going to need people to [ bleep ]ing like me. shut the door. >> how could anybody not like him? >> jimmy: "lbj." that's fun, right? >> yeah, it's -- yes. we've been, you know -- we showed it here the other night. then we showed it in boston. then last night in d.c. >> jimmy: how'd they like it in d.c.? >> just amazing response. just incredible. and i think, you know, just by contrast to the present political climate, it's really getting a lot of great response. >> jimmy: our president doesn't have meetings on the toilet but he does tweet from the toilet, which seems -- >> yeah. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: that's what he has in common with lbj. >> he says he looks down and i'm going to tweet some [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: woody harrelson. "lbj" opens november 3rd. we'll be right back with a special message from new york cab drivers! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live in brooklyn" are brought to you by american family insurance. insure carefully dream fearlessly.
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please welcome paul shaffer! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: wow. >> well, it's friday night. >> jimmy: it is friday night in brooklyn. >> you remember alan thicke, we miss him so much. when everybody and his wife had a show for a while. >> jimmy: that's right, they had a reality show. you were a viewer of that show? >> i was a viewer of his talk show. >> jimmy: yeah, sure. >> friday nights it was party night. we knew that because his sleeves would come up. >> jimmy: ah. >> so can you? >> jimmy: i don't think i can. >> well, you don't have -- you're tailored, i know. so i'll do it for everyone. >> jimmy: yeah, there you go. >> it's party night.
party night, everybody. we miss alan thicke. >> jimmy: a beautiful tribute to alan. >> thank you very much. i have had the time of my life with cleto and the boys, all the cletones. fantastic cast. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i know you played with a lot of bands. rock 'n' roll hall of fame, you played with some of the biggest people ever. is it odd for you, is it like being in a different relationship, to play with the band from another talk show? >> well, yes. >> jimmy: it is. >> it made me feel like i was cheating on my wife. but my wife doesn't mind. >> jimmy: if you cheat, that's nice. >> people used to think dave letterman and i were married. he used to announce it. as a joke. paul and i were married in a quiet civil ceremony. people believe it. >> jimmy: people believe that? >> they believe anything you say on television. >> jimmy: well, then let's -- >> party night, friday night, everybody believes it. look at the sleeves. are your sleeves up? put your sleeves up! if alan thicke were around right now, he'd be like david khaled.
put your sleeves up! everybody would be -- >> jimmy: have you met dj khaled? >> i didn't get to meet him. when you're in the band you don't always -- >> jimmy: what about cardi b? i know she's been on your list. >> cardi b, huge. i was thrilled that she was here. when cardi b clears her schedule and says i'm doing kimmel, i know it's a big night. every night's been big. last night billy joel, fantastic. >> jimmy: that was great, yeah. >> and you mentioned he does once a month, a couple of times a month, he does madison square garden. he calls it a residency. we used to call it a engagement. a regular engagement. >> jimmy: you're calling this a mini residency. >> this is a mini. the who started that, four nights in las vegas, they call it a mini residency. that's what i've done tonight with you, a mini residency. i'm sad it's over. >> jimmy: i love being part of this mini residency. >> i love it too. >> i know you have another mini residency coming up in las vegas at the end of december, starting december 26th. >> as you know, i have, no offense to you, you are a las vegas native.
after you left brooklyn, of course. i have made fun of lounge performers all my life. >> jimmy: you have. >> talked like them, talked about, jimmy, i have a case of vegas throat, you know. when you're in the desert too long and your cords dry out. i've had vegas throat all my life, never been to vegas. this is like fulfilling my destiny. to open at caesar's palace lounge, the lounge is called cleopatra's barge. >> jimmy: yes. >> december 21st is the first night. then a three-day weekend between christmas and new year's and after new year's. you don't have to come to opening. >> jimmy: i am going to come. >> you don't have to. >> jimmy: i would love to. >> i would love it if you came. >> jimmy: let me ask you this, will you be spending christmas at the holidays in las vegas? >> i probably won't be there for christmas. but i'll come back for the weekend in between christmas. >> jimmy: no holidays in las vegas. >> well, you've got to gamble and you've got to get -- do your show, get the people out to the tables. and that's what i intend to be doing. i'm going to have gogo girls. >> jimmy: that will be nice. >> i'm going to do a gogo
segment, take you back to the whiskey a gogo. cages and the thing. then they walk the plank and go right into the water -- no, they don't do that. it's going to be old fashioned fun. >> jimmy: will you do this? this is an important vegas thing to do, when you see a celebrity in the crowd, you single that celebrity out, you make them stand up and accept applause. >> you must introduce celebrities. just like that time, i know marty short has talked about it on the show, when i went to las vegas with him and dave thomas and eugene levy, we went to all the shows, ann margaret, each of them would introduce all four of us, they would say, in no particular order i'm going to introduce a celebrity. there's a specific order. marty always went last. always. because he got the tables. we went to see wayne newton, he said in no particular order. of course a specific order. i came last because i had gotten that table. then it's part of the protocol. whoever gets the table, you introduce them last. >> jimmy: marty was putting himself in the anchor position so he would be introduced last. >> well, he's no fool.
except wayne newton and i, we're former lounge performers, we have a simpatico, he introduced me last. >> jimmy: so you have been many times introduced in this thing. >> i have, of course. i said i would take a very -- you know the half stand. you don't stand. it's this half. you know. i want you to do that. >> jimmy: what's the most vegas experience you've ever had? >> one time i went with harry sheerer to see siegfried and roy. you know who they are. >> jimmy: i've seen them, yes. >> huge, the musicians siegfried and roy, huge cats, they make a tiger disappear and stuff. >> jimmy: the tiger made him disappear, actually. >> well, that was sad, yeah he sure did. >> jimmy: too soon? [ laughter ] >> 15 years. not too. roy's still with us, thank god. >> jimmy: they're both still with us. >> they're both wonderful guys. they invited me and harry to the show and we didn't know the night -- james brown was there, he had just shot "living in america" for rocky iv.
he was at the siegfried and roy show -- >> jimmy: you're a huge james brown fan too? >> yeah, he's everything to me. the time he played -- i've never gotten over it. so there he is. he's in there. they say, come on up to the suite, siegfried and roy invite us. up to the suite. we go up with james brown. the titans are there. the heaviness of the show business, weight and heft, siegfried and roy, james brown. they sat at tables and a talk show ensued. there were no cameras but james started interviewing siegfried and roy. let me ask you something. are you a religious man? siegfried, well, yes, i am religious. roy is not. and roy says, i believe in the elements. so roy believes in the elements, you know? and then they said we talked a lot about the supernatural, you know. siegfried saying, when i was a child i so wanted a magic kit, and it was five marks, i didn't have, i look in the gutter, there's five marks, i buy the
magic kit. and now today i'm a star. james brown said, i know what you mean, one time the music got so heavy the drummer broke his bass pedal, the bass drum kept on going! that was how supernatural they were. then he says, let me ask you something, siegfried, what do you think about science? what do you think about science? siegfried is stuck. what do i think about -- what do i think about science? he says, tell you what james. he says, i will write you a letter and tell you in that letter what i think about. yeah, you do that, siegfried, you write me a letter. i run into siegfried two weeks later, i'm researching my show. and now he's in civilian clothes, got his outfit over his shoulder. he's got a members-only short jacket and pressed blue jeans. >> jimmy: nice. >> and i said, that was amazing with james brown and you were sweet with the lions and the roy and he said, what was james brown talking about, science? i'm sure going to write him a letter, yeah, that's what i'm going to do, yeah.
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the most valuable letter in american history. >> i want it. >> jimmy: well, paul, i cannot possibly thank you enough. it was a thrill for me. it was a thrill for cleto. >> i loved doing the mini residency! thank you for having me, cleto. thanks a lot. >> jimmy: paul shaffer. paul's mini-residency at cleopatra's barge in caesars palace, las vegas begins december 21st. and runs into the new year. be right back with tony bennett! >> dicky: music in brooklyn on "jimmy kimmel live" is brought to you by mercedes benz. the best or nothing.
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picked me a plum you came along and every thing's startin to hum ♪ ♪ still it's a real good bet the best is yet to come ♪ ♪ the best is yet to come and babe won't that be fine you think you've seen the sun ♪ ♪ but you ain't seen it shine wait till the warm-up's underway ♪ ♪ wait till our lips have met wait till you see that sunshine day ♪ ♪ you ain't seen nothin yet ♪ the best is yet to come and babe won't it be fine the best is yet to come come the day you're mine ♪
♪ come the day you're mine i'm gonna teach you to fly we've only tasted the wine ♪ ♪ we're gonna drain the cup dry ♪ ♪ wait till your charms are right for these arms to surround ♪ ♪ you think you've flown before but you ain't left the ground ♪ ♪ wait till you're locked in my embrace wait till i draw you near ♪ ♪ wait till you see that sunshine place ain't nothin like it here ♪ ♪ the best is yet to come and babe won't it be fine the best is yet to come come the day
you're mine ♪ ♪ out of the tree of life i just picked me a plum ♪ [ cheers and applause ] thank you very much! >> jimmy: tony bennett! how about that, that is the best. thank you, tony. thanks to woody harrelson, paul shaffer, jon stewart, no thanks to matt damon. thanks to all of you for welcoming us. "nightline" is next, thanks for watching, good night!
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