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that is our report. we approach your time. >> thanks for joining us. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- jodie foster. the bachelorette becca kufrin. and music from ray lamontagne. and now, if you're ready, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. happy "bachelorette" night, everyone. [ cheers and applause ] that's very nice. i know you're excited. because, well, for those of you who watched "the bachelorette,"
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the bachelorette herself, becca, is here tonight. this is exciting. this has never happened before. tonight becca is going to tell us who she picked, thereby saving us 22 hours of our lives. [ laughter ] but before we get into all that, did you see the game last night, game 2 of the nba finals? golden state warriors beat up on the cleveland cavaliers. not a pretty sight. steph curry set an all-time finals record with nine three-pointers. two of them he shot from the parking lot as he was getting in his car. [ laughter ] the warriors are now up two games to none. but don't tell j.r. smith. he thinks the cavaliers are winning. [ laughter ] did you see what happened? so in the closing seconds of game 1 the score was tied. but for some reason j.r. smith thought his team was ahead by a point. he got the rebound, and instead of taking a shot to potentially win the game he dribbled away from the basket toward half-court. and then they wound up losing the game in overtime. you know, at first he told reporters he knew the game was tied.
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he knew it. and he was dribbling away to call a time out. but by saturday he changed his story. he said he might not have been sure of the time and score. which we know. if this guy doesn't start getting his facts straight, trump might have to hire him to work with rudy giuliani on his legal team. [ laughter ] [ applause ] so now the series heads back to cleveland for game 3 on wednesday night. and once the finals are done, once the nba season is over, our lonely nation turns its eyes to a one-on-one basketball game between me and senator ted cruz of texas. [ applause ] the back story, in case you don't know, ted was unhappy that i compared him to a blob fish even though in fairness to me he looks just like one. [ laughter ] he should be angry at his parents. so he challenged me to a game, and i accepted his challenge. but i pointed out that after losing election to a reality show host maybe it wouldn't be a great idea to lose a basketball game to a talk show host. and ted responded, he said,
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"fair point but game," dot dot dot, "on." this is happening. ted man walking. [ laughter ] we're still working out the teelts. we're plning to do it father's day weekend. i really need to practice. you know, i found a page from ted cruz's high school yearbook. his real name is rafael edward cruz. they call him ted. under the photo i don't know if you can see, it says he played varsity basketball. meanwhile, this is my high school yearbook photo. i did not play varsity basketball. [ laughter ] i played the clarinet in high school. [ cheers and applause ] and yet i think about it, i cannot imagine any scenario in which i lose this game to that greasy blob fish. there's just no way. [ laughter ] so we'll give the details and location and all that stuff soon. guillermo, you're coming with me, right? >> of course. i'll be there for you. >> jimmy: okay. thank you very much. today, in case you didn't know, is a bigly day for our president. today is donald trump's 500th day in office. which i have to say it feels
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like only yesterday that it was trump's 1,000th day in office. [ laughter ] so today marks trump's 500th day in office. tonight will mark trump's 500th night of getting cheese wiz all over the lincoln bedspread. [ laughter ] the president congratulated himself on twitter today. he wrote "this is my 500th day in office and we have accomplished a lot, many believe more than any president in his first 500 days. massive tax and regulation cuts, military and vets." no specificity there. [ laughter ] "lower crime and illegal grace. stronger borders. judgeships best economy." donald j. lo trump has accomplished so much in his interminably short 500 days, and so we thought it fitting to celebrate all his many accomplishments tonight. ♪ ♪
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♪ >> jimmy: happy 500, mr. president. [ applause ] i'll see you on the back nine. the president also weighed in today on the subject of his omnipotence. his lawyer, rudy giuliani, has been going around claiming that the president has the power to pardon himself. in other words, he could commit a crime and absolve himself from any punishment for the crime. and turns out the president agrees with that assessment. he wrote, "as has been stated by numerous legal scholars" that he saw on fox news, "i have the absolute right to pardon myself. but why would i do that when i have done nothing wrong?" is it possible he thinks pardon
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myself is another way to say masturbate? [ laughter ] because otherwise -- could you imagine how donald trump would have reacted if obama said he had the right to pardon himself? that shelf of hair on his head would pop open like a hatch and a little trumplestiltskin would burst out. his two beady eyes would pop out until he burst like gerbils in a microwave. he'd be turning bright purple with rage and stomp the chicken bucket size hole in the president's head. that's how it would go if obama said he could pardon himself. [ cheers and applause ] but trump says he can do it, he's allowed to pardon himself. which is definitely the kind of thing people who are not guilty say. meanwhile, you know the president has been very critical of the fbi lately, and this is probably not going to help the fbi. have you seen the video of the dancing federal agent? okay. if you haven't, this happened saturday night at a nightclub in denver where an off-duty fbi agent made the unfortunate decision to do a backflip with a
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loaded gun in his pants. ♪ >> whoo! [ gunshot ] >> jimmy: you know what? let's look at that again from another angle. because there were two people videotaping this. and he flips and -- [ gunshot ] there goes the gun. pow. the dancing was embarrassing enough alone. but the gun actually shot someone in the leg. which let this be a lesson, if you have a gun in your pants, always do a front flip, not back. so now the denver police are investigating the agent, as are producers of "dancing with the stars." i'll tell you. i think that would make the show a lot more entertaining. mass plaus [ applause ] so we'll see him again one way or the other. speaking of embarrassing behavior, earlier tonight on abc, week 2 of "the bachelorette." "the bachelorette" is a dramatic journey to see how far one woman
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will go to get rid of the last name kufrin. [ laughter ] and tonight with an assist from lil jon becca tyke baseball bat to anything that reminded her of her ill-fated relationship with last year's bachelor ari luyendyk. ♪ turn down for what >> oh, my god, i love it! ♪ turn down for what snoelths ♪ turn down for what ♪ break those hearts like ari broke yours ♪ ♪ another round of shots ♪ turn down for what [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i feel like arie might have grounds for a restraining order based on that. [ laughter ] if i was one of the guys vying, that would concern me a little bit. so three men were sent home
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tonight, including a construction manager named alex, who is the winner of what might be the saddest reaction to a week two elimination in "bachelorette" history. >> i wish you nothing but the best. >> thank you. >> a little bummed. i was looking to fall in love. >> jimmy: oh, boy. the guys on the construction site tomorrow morning are going to have a field day with that. [ applause ] you know that's -- you know that's going to go over big with? the roofers. the roofers are going to love that. we have to take a break. when we come back from our break, we are going to pit isaiah thomas versus isaiah thomas in an all-nba edition of generation gap. stick around. we'll be right back.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. jodie foster, the bachelorette becca, and music from ray lamontagne is on the way. first, every so often on our show we host a battle not for the ages but of the ages. senior versus junior face off in a pop culture pop quiz. and tonight since it is a big week of basketball we have an all-star match-up. it's time to play "generation gap: nba edition." let's meet our contestants. our first competitors. a hall of fame point guard. a 12-time nba all-star and two-time nba champ from the detroit pistons. one of the all-time greats, isiah thomas. isiah! [ cheers and applause ] welcome, welcome. isiah's challenger tonight,
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believe it or not, is actually named after his opponent. he is a two-time nba all-star. please welcome isaiah thomas. [ cheers and applause [ cheers and applause ] welcome, isaiah. isaiah, isiah, you're both named isaiah thomas. explain how that happened. >> my dad lost a bet. >> jimmy: your dad lost a bet. >> he's a big laker fan. '89 he lost a bet that the detroit pistons beat the los angeles lakers. >> jimmy: and isiah, how does that make you feel that you're not named in honor but rather it was a mockery. >> no, it makes me feel good because we swept the lakers. [ applause ] >> jimmy: have the two of you ever competed in any way before? >> no. >> no. >> jimmy: okay. well, here we go. for the sake of clarity, because you have the same name, i will refer to you, isiah, as-isia 1 and you will be isaiah 2.
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okay? >> okay. >> isaiah 1, how old are you? >> 57. >> jimmy: isaiah 2? >> 29. >> jimmy: there is a gap between and you we will attempt to exploit that. that's why this game is called generation gap. the way it works is i'll ask each of you questions about your opponent's generation or close to it. whoever gets the most wins. if you get a question wrong, your opponent will have a chance to answer it correctly. let's play. here we go. >> how do you cheat in this game? >> jimmy: well. [ laughter ] listen, you're from the prichbz. i'm sure you'll figure it out. [ laughter ] [ applause ] if he throws an elbow, be careful. isaiah 1, this is the logo for what music app? >> that would be spotify. >> jimmy: that is correct! [ applause ] isaiah 2, what kind of tape is this?
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>> a cassette tape. >> jimmy: a what? >> a cassette tape. >> jimmy: you have to be more specific. >> i don't know that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: isaiah, what kind of tape is that? >> that's an 8-track. >> jimmy: that's an 8-track tape. [ applause ] all right. isaiah 1 is off to a big start here. isaiah 2, name one of the beverly hillbillies. name one of the beverly hillbilli hillbillies. >> me? >> jimmy: yes. >> this is my first time in beverly hills. [ laughter ] i don't even -- i don't know. >> jimmy: isaiah 1, name one of the beverly hillbillies. >> jethro. >> jimmy: jethro is right. [ cheers and applause ] isaiah 1, name one of the real housewives of beverly hills. >> wilma. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a flintstone. isaiah 2, name one of the real
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housewives of beverly hills. >> my wife watches this. >> jimmy: would you like to phone a friend? >> i need to phone her. >> jimmy: can you think of one? >> i can't. sarah? >> jimmy: there is no sarah. sorry. it's 30-0. isaiah 1, which actor and musician recently had a number one hit with his song "this is america"? big video too. >> this is america. >> jimmy: qus this >> jimmy: "this is america." >> i was just listening to it. man. >> jimmy: you have three seconds. >> no, don't steal it. >> jimmy: isaiah 2, what's his name? >> chance the rapper. >> jimmy: no! >> i watch his show -- >> jimmy: childish gambino or donald glover. next question. >> i was going to say dion glover, but i know he's a basketball player. >> jimmy: isaiah 2, it's okay. here's your chance. which actor has been telling us
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for over 30 years that he's too old for this [ bleep ]. >> you're giving me all the hard ones. >> jimmy: they're all hard ones. isaiah 1, do you know the answer? >> no. >> jimmy: danny glover was the glover we're looking for. you see, they're related. our next question is a video question. isaiah 2, what is this dance called? what is that dance called, isaiah 2? [ laughter ] do you know? >> no, i don't know. >> jimmy: isaiah 1, what is that -- >> it looked like the one thing the little kid be doing now. >> jimmy: no. it's not that thing. it's not flossing. >> i know the name of it but i'm too old. i don't even want to say it. it's called the twist. >> jimmy: it's called the twist.
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[ applause ] isaiah 1, what is this dance called? what is that dance called? do you know, isaiah 1? >> twerk. >> jimmy: twerking. that is correct. [ applause ] i mean, at this point it would be almost impossible to win this game. let's go for one more question. isaiah 1, what is the name of this alien? what is the name of that alien, isaiah 1? >> the hulk? king kong? >> jimmy: that is not the hulk. i'm sorry. isaiah 2, what is the name of that alien? >> it looked like he's iron man glover. >> jimmy: he's got the gauntlet.
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the infinity gauntlet. that is thanos from the avengers. one nor questimore question for. what is the name of this alien? do you know the name of that alien? >> oh, god. i've watched that numerous times, too. [ laughter ] i'm like the cavs. i'm going to get swept. [ applause ] >> jimmy: isaiah 1, just to rub it in, tell him what the name of that alien is. >> i was going to say a smurf. i don't know. >> jimmy: it's not a smurf. it's marvin the martian. but it doesn't matter. isiah thomas, you beat isaiah thomas 50-0. but neither one of you is going away empty-handed. isaiah 1, we're giving you nba 2k18. and isaiah 2, the mattel classic. thank you for playing a special
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. tonight the most eligible bachelorette around becca kufrin is here and wheel find out if she's here for the right reasons. this is his latest album. it's called "part of the light." ray lamontagne from the mercedes-benz stage. later this show mariah carey, billy bob thornton, isla fisher. music from kyle featuring kehlani. one of my favorite annual traditions, i will take on the winner of the scripps annual spelling bee to teach him some h-u-m-i-l-i-t-y. that will be wednesday in late night. we'll anybody part-time wednesday and friday for games 3 and 4 of the nba finals. on wednesday jennifer lopez will be with us and guillermo's exclusive report from nba media day. and on friday ryan gosling. please join us wednesday and friday night at 8:00, jp central
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after the game here on the west coast. our first guest is a multiple oscar-winning actor and director who was raised mere blocks from our theater and she found her way home tonight and her new movie is called "hotel art mis." >> done kill the other patients. >> get out of the way! >> you know why they call him everest? i think you do. >> hotel artemis opens in theaters friday. please welcome jodie foster. [ cheers and applause ] how are you doing? nice cane. >> isn't that good? >> jimmy: that's a good cane.
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>> there's a league of clumsy athletes that just let you borrow their stuff. >> jimmy: really? it seems it would be small -- >> this is my friend joanie who's short, but it might have been from steph curry perhaps. >> jimmy: perhaps. >> he'd be like this. >> jimmy: probably not but perhaps. that's not the kind of cane you can get at cvs. that's serious. >> i keep going like this and hoping there's something in there. >> jimmy: a spike you could use as a weapon or something like that? you were on -- you had crutches at the oscars. >> i did. >> jimmy: is this from the same sning. >> yeah. >> jimmy: or are you very clumsy? >> ski accident. >> jimmy: skiing is dangerous. >> you play basketball, you ski you end up having one of these. >> jimmy: yeah, you do. you know that going in that's probably going to happen. >> yeah. it's a possibility. >> jimmy: and you go right back to skiing when you're healed? >> yeah. i got a little titanium, a little cadaver. >> jimmy: what kind of cadaver did you get? >> i'm not asking. i'm really going to not ask. >> jimmy: what part did they put in there? >> acl.
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>> jimmy: oh, they put like a ligament in there? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's a little weird, isn't it? >> i don't know. i kind of like it. is that wrong? >> jimmy: no. i mean nothing's wrong. but you're now more than one person. >> that's true. >> jimmy: in a way. and who knows what -- >> double trouble. >> jimmy: -- kind of person this was. >> that's true. >> jimmy: i mentioned in your intro you grew up very close to here. how close to here did you grow up? >> oh, blocks away. i grew up on cahuenga. i think we're very close by. my mom would -- she did not like us being on the boulevard, as you can imagine, in the '70s. so we would drive by or drive down the block and she would say, if i ever catch you on hollywood boulevard don't ever come home. >> jimmy: did that make you want to go to hollywood boulevard? >> it made my sister want to go to hollywood boulevard a lot. not so much me because i was the baby and i was good. >> jimmy: were there superheroes, dirty superhere's on hollywood boulevard at that time? >> they were just dirty. they weren't superhereos. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: before they got their powers i guess. >> they did. >> jimmy: did you ever defy her
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and come anyway? or did your sister ever bring you? >> think sister was baby-sitting me and they dumped me in a movie theater and i watched "little big man" twice in a row and they came back, i was practically asleep, they came back hours later and took me home. >> jimmy: and your mom never knew? >> she never knew 37. >> jimmy: "little big man" was not necessarily appropriate for a little kid either. >> it wasn't. but i was an actor, and i woz like oh, my god, dustin hoffman. seeing it twice as even better. i was like he's even better the second time. i was 6 or something. >> jimmy: you were an actor at 6 years old? i knew you were young but i didn't realize it was quite that young. how did you get started in acting when you were 3? >> my brother was an actor and he started because the kid across the street was an actor and that's kind of what you did in los angeles. in hollywood that's what you wanted to do. >> jimmy: what did you do, like tv shows and commercials? >> i did commercials and television and features. first feature i was 6. >> jimmy: what tv shows did you
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do? >> oh, my gosh. all of them. every bad '70s show. "nanny the professor" or "the partridge family." >> jimmy: wow. >> "adam 12." >> jimmy: were any of them shows you that watched and were excited to be a part of? >> oh, yeah. i was a full tv baby. >> jimmy: then as a kid when you were watching, because i just remember being a kid and really not ever knowing whether there were people in the television set or how it works. >> i'm sorry. >> jimmy: no, i was a dumb kid. >> that's sad. >> jimmy: i was a very dumb little boy. but you know, you don't think about the realities. did you think about the realities of television when you watched it as a child? >> no. i think -- you know, i was always in the business. i don't remember not being in the business. so i kind of don't remember my life before acting. >> jimmy: did you go to like a regular school? >> i went to a regular school but when i was working i had a tutor with me. i went to a french school, actually, all in french. >> jimmy: really? >> i did.
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>> jimmy: is that good? >> it's good if you want to speak french. i think it was great. i would have an international education. and very classic education. and then i went to college. i went to a good school. yeah, it worked out okay. >> jimmy: is your mom a worldly person who was interested in that sort of thing? >> she was interested in that, but she grew up in a small town in illinois and all she ever wanted to do was leave and she never left the country until she was like 50 years old. >> jimmy: really? never left the country till she was # 50? even though her daughter -- in a way maybe she was vicariously having that experience through you. >> she might have had one wild night in tijuana and then perhaps cuba and havana also that was happening. >> jimmy: i was thinking about this today about you because i remember when you went to college. >> yes. >> jimmy: and i remember it being a big deal because you were very, very successful at that time. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you put your career on hold to go to college. and it seemed like an odd thing. >> yeah. i didn't -- interestingly, i didn't really put my career on hold. i think i just made movies
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nobody saw. because i did -- i was in five movies while i was in college. i shot five films while i was in college. >> jimmy: how did you even manage it? were you really going to college? i did a similar thing in college except for me -- >> you didn't go. >> jimmy: no movies. it was just me telling hamburgers, as i was telling the audience here before. and then i feel like after you did that a lot of actors followed suit. do you feel that way? do you feel like you influenced those people to get an education? >> i don't know if i influenced anybody, but it's a great idea. i just think whatever you do between the ages of 18 and 22 is going to be seminal. it's going to be very important to you. so i think that's maybe better than lying on the floor with hamburgers. but that's just me. just saying. >> jimmy: it's debatable. let's just leave it at that. [ applause ] so this movie that you're in, "hotel artemis," i thought it was great. i enjoyed this. i didn't expect it to be this sci-fi thriller that is set -- correct me if i have this wrong. it's set ten years from now. >> yes. it's very original. it's hard to describe.
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i mean, it's a sci-fi, has this kind of sci-fi kick-ass kind of millennial feeling to it. and yet it also is kind of retro and has this old nostalgia for old hollywood and for the '70s and that kind of music. it's sort of the combination of both. >> they made you up to make you older. >> oh, yeah, it took forever. [ laughter ] prosthetics for days. i was in that chair for -- no. yeah, i had a wig. i had amazing makeup artists. lois burwell. fantastic wig by francis mathai. but it was delicate because pretty much it's just me. >> jimmy: it's you with a weird haircut. >> some bad teeth. a little fat pad. nothing better than a fat pad. >> jimmy: why do you say that? >> wouldn't you like to go to work and wear a fat pad? >> jimmy: i'm wearing one right now. i've been wearing one since i turned about 19. i've been wearing a fat pad. god gave it to me. it's natural. well, it's really great to have you here.
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when i met you at the oscars backstage i was actually starstruck and i felt like i was an idiot. i didn't say anything. we didn't even talk about "bugsy malone." >> it's a good one. >> jimmy: it's great you have to here. the movie is called "hotel artemis." it opens in theaters friday. jodie foster, everybody. we'll be right back. got simparica now. , she's simpari-what? simparica is what kills tick and fleas, like us. kills? kills! studies show at the end of the month, it kills more ticks in less time than frontline plus and nexgard. guess we should mosey on. see ya never, roxy! use simparica with caution in dogs with a history of seizures or neurologic disorders. the most common side effects are vomiting, diarrhea, and lethargy. say goodbye to ticks and fleas... with monthly simparica chewables.
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>> jimmy: welcome back. the bachelorette becca and ray lamontagne are on the way but first, i'm sure you're all familiar with the indoors, but did you know there's an outdoors too? it's true. and to prove it we sent our pal guillermo down to walt disney world for a day of angling and boating with a great organization called fake me fishing. >> guillermo: hey, guys, it's me guillermo. i'm here at walt disney world in florida at disney the fort wilderness resort and campground. tame i'm learning how to fish. how am i doing? >> great. but let's try it out on the water. >> guillermo: what? [ speaking spanish ] you're my new best friend. >> thanks, guillermo. >> guillermo: take me fishing. >> have you ever fished before? >> no, this is my first time. >> take your right hand and hold your line against the rod. one, two, three. >> guillermo: oh. >> what did you do? and there you go. you're fishing. >> guillermo: so i've got to be
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patient. >> you have to be patient, guillermo. you just got one. >> guillermo: i got one. i had i it's a whale, tim. this is the best day of my life. good-bye, tim jr. so tim, how long have you been a pirate? yeah! >> holy smokes, he's huge. >> jimmy: yeah! i have to be honest with you. i have another family. >> guillermo, you did great. but we have to head back. but you can plan your next fishing trip at takemefishing.org. >> guillermo: i will. but i have to say good-bye to someone special. >> okay. >> guillermo: good-bye, my love. i'll see you next time. >> until we meet again, old friend. >> get your fish on today by visiting takemefishing.org. >> jimmy: wow. we'll be right back with the bachelorette becca.
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i thought after sandy hook, where 20 six and seven year olds were slain, this would never happen again. it has happened more than 200 times in 5 years. dianne feinstein and a new generation are leading the fight to pass a new assault weapons ban. say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws. california values senator dianne feinstein [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. still to come, ray lamontagne.
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in the last six months our next guest got engaged, unengaged. i think she might be engaged between. i'm not exactly sure. you can follow her journey every monday night on "the bachelorette." please say hello to becca kufrin. [ cheers and applause ] first off i want you to know, becca, that you have no idea what a big part of my home life you are. >> i heard that your wife loves the show. >> jimmy: she does love the show. and then i watch the show and make comments through the whole thing and she striez toying nor me the whole time. >> and i heard her comments last week. >> jimmy: yes. she had some comments. she actually picked the same guy you picked. she picked garrett. we made fun of blake. but no, garrett is the guy you picked, correct? >> what if it's jordan? >> jimmy: it's not jordan. [ laughter ]
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jordan -- i'm glad you guys know what was going on. because jordan appears to be maybe the dumbest person that's ever been on television. yes? >> jordan is jordan. and -- >> jimmy: yes. that's a good way of putting it. >> he owns it. he's just the most unique person. >> jimmy: does he -- [ laughter ] are you considering a career in politics? because that was very well put. that was almost like kellyanne conwayesque. jordan is jordan. he owns it. [ laughter ] >> no. don't compare me. >> jimmy: i didn't mean to compare you to her. why are you not wearing an engagement ring if you are engaged? >> i have to save it for the big reveal. i can't give the ring away. >> jimmy: the other engagement ring, did you get to keep that? >> no. >> jimmy: oh. they come and take it? >> i gave it back to him when he ended things. >> jimmy: okay. does he have it? >> i don't know. that's a good question. >> jimmy: because you should at least get the cash value of it or maybe even half of it. >> you know, i don't know if he has it. >> jimmy: did you watch that episode, that grueling episode
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in which they showed your whole break-up? i think it was like a full half hour of break-up. >> it was a long break-up. >> jimmy: did you watch it yourself? >> well, i watched it backstage during "after the final rose." but right before i had to see him. >> jimmy: i see. >> so there was a lot of tears, a lot of snot running down my face. i'm sorry everyone had to see that. >> jimmy: no, we enjoyed it. [ laughter ] we analyzed this show. we really watch it very closely around here. and there's a moment in which i feel -- and keep in mind, this has been going on for a long time. this break-up took a long time. he wouldn't leave. you kept telling him to go and he wouldn't go. i think he thought it would make him look like a good guy if he stayed. but it just became like a get out miff house. >> there were a lot of get outs. >> jimmy: there were more get outs than in the movie "get out." >> i know. we could have a spinoff show. >> jimmy: so there was a moment, though, in which i feel like -- and i want you to watch this and tell me if i'm right or not. i feel like there was a moment where in the middle of the shock
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and misery you realized oh, i'll probably be the bachelorette. and let's watch this together. >> so what? you want to be back with her? >> i want to see if there's that possibility. >> are you [ bleep ] kidding me? >> jimmy: and -- >> i know i made that commitment to you. [ ding ] >> jimmy: ah. was that -- were you thinking what i think you were thinking at that time? >> i have no idea what i was thinking at that time. i don't know. >> jimmy: the thought you that might be the bachelorette, did it cross your mind at any time during that conversation? >> no. not that day. it wasn't until about a month later. >> jimmy: it was a month later. >> that we talked about it. >> jimmy: right. but the inkling is what i'm wondering about. >> no. that moment, i don't even know what i was thinking. i was just trying not to cry,
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which didn't work out very well. >> jimmy: okay. interesting. that was something else entirely. maybe you saw a fly in the house. >> maybe. i don't know. >> jimmy: have you seen arie since then? >> he does make an appearance on the show. we have a conversation. and i don't want to give anything away. but i will say i did tell him to get out and he finally listened to me. once and for all. [ applause ] >> jimmy: did he come by himself or did he bring lauren b. with him or did she wait out in the race car? >> she waited out in the golf cart. >> jimmy: she waited out in the golf cart. was she a friend of yours at that time? did you consider her to be someone you were close to on the show? >> yeah. for the most part all of the girls got along. i wasn't the closest with her, but we always g along. she was so sweet. but she wasn't one of the closest girls. the girls who i was basically laying on during "after the final rose" on the couch, those were my closest. >> jimmy: so now you're engaged again, and does this previous experience make you think
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like -- i assume you feel certain about going forward with this. >> i do. >> jimmy: because you know, if you don't you can just dump him and go with one of the other guys. >> i would never do that. no, i'm very certain. >> jimmy: you're very certain. >> yes. >> jimmy: do you feel -- does it make you question -- only because okay, i thought i was certain last -- were you certain the first time around? >> i mean, i fell in love and i was ready to commit to arie. i think that in hindsight now he was always one foot in, one foot out. and i could kind of sense the tension or the anxiety there for a little bit. but it wasn't until the break-up where i was like, okay. >> jimmy: so now do you know what to look for in that regard? do you feel like that? >> i think so, yeah. >> jimmy: you do. >> and i think having this time be on my terms i was just much more intuitive and went with my heart, followed my head, and made the right choice. >> jimmy: you think you made the right choice for sure. >> well, now you have me
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thinking -- >> jimmy: it has nothing to do with you. it's just i hear this a lot. >> no, i'm very happy. [ laughter ] i'll bet you $10 right now. >> jimmy: i hope you win $10 is what i'm saying. well, thank you so much. and i will see you again at the end. and then we'll go through all this stuff again, okay? >> okay. >> jimmy: and the $10 bet. becca, everybody. "the bachelorette" airs monday nights at 10:8:00 on abc. we'll be right back with ray lamontagne. >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is
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boasting. overselling his achievements. making false claims. as lieutenant governor, he skipped many of his duties, saying the job was "so dull," he only shows up to work at the state capitol "like one day a week, tops." the same gavin who, as mayor, "split town" during a massive oil spill and "jetted off.. to hawaii." gavin's not gonna work... as governor >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i want to thank jodie foster and the bachelorette, becca. isiah thomas, isaiah thomas. and apologies to matt damon. this is his album, called "part of the light." here with the song "such a simple thing," ray lamontagne!
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ tell me what you're feeling i can take the pain tell me ♪ ♪ that you mean it that you won't leave again tell me what your heart wants such a simple thing ♪ ♪ my heart is like paper yours is like a flame
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i can't make you see if you don't by now ♪ ♪ i'll get through these chains somehow somehow ♪ ♪ take it if you want it i'm so tired i just don't care can't you see how ♪ ♪ much you hurt me it's like i wasn't there
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tell me what your heart wants such a simple thing ♪ ♪ my heart it's like paper yours it's like a flame ♪ ♪ my heart it's like paper yours it's like a flame i can't make you see if you don't by now ♪ ♪ i'll get through these chains
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somehow somehow ♪ ♪ tell me what your heart wants such a simple thing my heart it's like paper ♪ ♪ yours it's like a flame my heart it's like paper yours it's like a flame ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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this is "nightline." >> tonight, cake controversy. >> this is not about hate. this is about not creating a message and a government forcing me to. >> the baker who refused to make a cake for a gay wedding on religious grounds. >> it's about the right of people to receive equal service at a place of business that anyone else would. >> and the couple who says he violated their civil rights, making their cases to "nightline" just days ago. what they're saying now after supreme court ruling today. and the impact of the decision across the country. plus, revenge rampage. a four-day killing spree, multiple legal and mental health professionals murdered. today the suspect tracked down.
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