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time. >> all of us at abc 7 news, thank you for joining us. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight -- miles teller. from "family food fight" ayesha curry. and music from hollywood vampires. and now, to whom it may concern, jimmy kimmel. >> jimmy: hello, welcome. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching, thank you for coming. welcome to hollywood. relax. i know a lot of you are visiting us from out of town. quick show of hands. did any of you travel with an emotional support animal tonight? all right, good, can you stay. it used to be when you're on a plane you'd only run into seeing eye dogs and real service
animals like that. but now you can go online. for about $30 get a note from a doctor saying you need an animal to be able to fly without freaking out. and, as a result, the animal population on planes has skyrocketed. there are now more animals than people on planes. the national service animal registry, which is a company that sells those official-looking vests for pets, in 2011 they had 2400 service and comfort animals in their registry, now there are 200,000. there are 200,000 support animals registered. 200,001 if you count mike pence. they're bringing monkeys and ducks on the plane. now some states are starting to crackdown. for instance in florida you can only wear three boa constrictors through the airport. most of the animals people bring
are bogus. shady doctors sell the notes so people can claim they have a medical need for the pet, but one lawmaker in florida is sponsoring a bill to help put a stop to this. he went online and registered the stuffed baboon in his office as a support animal and he signed him right up, which makes a lot of sense, if you have a taxidermy baboon in your office you probably need emotional support. i hope the bill passes. it is not an emotional support animal if it has its own instagram account. guillermo, do you have a comfort animal? >> i have two dogs. >> jimmy: you have two dogs. what kind of dogs do you have? >> i have two french bulldogs. >> jimmy: i found out your dogs have an instagram account. >> yeah, they do. >> jimmy: that's guillermo's dogs. [ applause ] those are the dogs on valentine's day. what happened to your chihuahuas? >> they pass away, jimmy.
>> jimmy: now you got french bulldogs. that's easter. this next one is cinco de mayo. how many tequilas did you have before you did this? go back to that, it says i hope you have a mexillent mayo. who came up with mexillent? >> my wife. >> jimmy: what is matchy match? >> i have no idea. >> jimmy: be honest. are you trying to make your dog into an influencer? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you are. that is not mexillent. >> all right. >> jimmy: president trump kicked off his -- we'll get more into that after the show. >> all right. >> jimmy: president trump kicked off his 2020 comedy tour last night in orlando. he had a campaign rally. [cheers and applause] at the amway center. there were more red hats and dirty beards than at an
unsanctioned santa convention. the stadium crowd had a capacity of 20,000, which trump calls it a million. it was full. many were saying the atmosphere was like a music festival. and it was like a music festival, specifically the fyre festival. elvis put on quite a show. trump was on fire, at least his pants were. he jumped from lie to lie, hot topic to hot topic like joy behar on adderall. make no mistake, this president is a man with a lot of plans. >> we will push onward with new medical frontiers. we will come up with the cures to many, many problems, to many, many diseases, including cancer and others. and we're getting closer all the time. we will eradicate aids in america once and for all. and we're very close. we will lay the foundation for landing american astronauts on
the surface of mars. >> jimmy: that's right. this is quite an agenda. he's planning to cure cancer, and i think he said something about sending aids to the moon or mars or something? this would be a lot of scientific progress from a guy who stared directly into a solar eclipse, but it is true he is close to eradicating aids in america. he's already eradicated all the aides he hired to work for him at the white house. and that's a start. [cheers and applause] he's going to cure cancer, why even bother curing cancer, why not just deny cancer exists like you do everything else. trump also unveiled a new campaign slogan. after two and a half years only the best people put their heads together and this is what they came up with. >> you ready? keep america t. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: that's, yeah. it's terrific.
tag, keep, as in kag me with a spoon. i was hoping for make america great again again. the president wasn't alone on stage. he got a rousing intro from his wife, launts wmelania who says s forward to being sentenced i mean elected to another six years in the white house. djtj showed up to ream mind us t he isn't the worst donald trump. >> you remember in 2016 when my father said why can't we have 2%, why can't we have 3%, why can't we do better, and obama comes up and says well, donald, there's no magic wand for that, well, abracadabra, buddy, there is a magic wand. >> jimmy: can it make you
disappear? [ applause ] he is going to make quite a powerful speaker when his voice finally drops. like when a kid magic markers on a beard to be a hobo for halloween. daddy trump had some bigly whoppers. he said the russia investigation was illegal, which it wasn't. he said wall construction is moving very rapidly, which it isn't. air quality is getting better when it's getting worse. he claimed america is the number one oil producer. he said america doesn't pay for its tariffs. he said his administration protects pre-existing conditions for health care which they don't, and he called it the great state of florida, which is debatable. this is what was going on outside the amway center during the trump rally. he was hoping there'd be a big crowd of people hanging around to watch his speech on the giant video screen like the way the raptors fans did in the nba finals but not too many stayed.
they did, however, leave a lot of garbage behind. why do i feel like we're looking at the future here? that was the perfect visual metaphor. all it was missing was ted nugent. it was a day for hope hicks who appeared before the house judiciary committee. she was the white house communications director and very close to trump. now she works for fox. she angered democrats by refusing to answer questions related to the white house today but it didn't really matter what she said or didn't say. the important thing is, walkin' in, she looked great. >> it's your big day, and you're not letting anything stand in your way. not collusion. not obstruction. not split ends. lawless? try flawless. assert your executive privilege.
conspiracy, by hope hicks. because you're worth it. >> jimmy: well, good for her. [ applause ] as the hearings related to the russia investigation and obstruction ramp up, republicans in the house have come up with a list of words they don't want democrats to use when describing the president. for real. republicans sent this list of no-no words to the chairman of the house judiciary committee. these are words they say violate long-standing congressional words. words like crook, con man, corruption, dem going, draft dodger, they don't want them to call him anything he is. which is very unusual. and i wanted to learn more about this. so we reached out to the ranking republican on the committee, and he joins us, please welcome him now. representative bill frederick of missouri. representative frederick, thank you for joining us. [cheers and applause] we appreciate your time. >> hi, jim, hold on a second,
please. dim whit, dingdong, dingell berry, dipstick, douche burger, here we go, dumbass. >> jimmy: that all the things you don't want them calling the president? >> no, this is a through f. failure, fascist, fire, fool, fraud. >> jimmy: why fire? >> fire, fire, fire, fire. fire comma, dumpster. also on d. i filed it both ways. >> jimmy: i got you, it's an alphabetical thing. >> i started out trying to categorize by category, racism, se senility. it got too complicated. >> jimmy: where do all these words come from? >> brainstorming mostly.
we slsalso have a kid brainstorg social media. here we go, this is what we are talking about. grandpa grab-ass. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> sir gropes-a-lot. oom pa caloom pa. vladimir pumpkin. this kind of language is totally unacceptable. >> jimmy: i agree, but can you really stop the democrats from using those words? >> have you ever raid the congressional rules of conduct? >> jimmy: no. >> members may not verbally denigrate the president by using derogatory language like, well, here, mcnugget brain. blotus, uncle scam, uncle yam, eric's dad. >> jimmy: oh, that one's too much. donald trump, i will point out, calls people mean things all the time. he's famous for it. so surely you could see how people might consider this to be a double standard.
>> no. look, i know you hollywood liberals don't care for this president, okay? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i get this, but this is not about donald trump. >> jimmy: it isn't? cause -- >> no, this is about respecting the office of the presidency. no president of either party should be called stuff like, well, here. more onnaled mcdonald. putin's labradoodle. mara lard ass. spanky doodle. donald plump, old faithful. human chernobyl. good old orange penis. >> jimmy: i think we get the idea. but thank you very much for your time. we appreciate it. we will be back. thank you, congressman. so many names.
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tomorrow night, kumail nanjiani, jim acosta and from the new movie "yesterday" himesh patel. so please join us. our first guest you know from the movie "whiplash" and "bleed for this." next, he plays an amoral member of the lapd in the ten-episode series "too old to die young." it's available on amazon prime video now. please welcome miles teller. ♪ [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: miles. >> oh, man. >> jimmy: that's a beautiful suit you're wearing. >> i'm upset because my billion dollars worth of cocaine was seized. >> jimmy: oh, in philadelphia. >> it's been a rough week for
your boy. >> jimmy: i'm so sorry about that. >> yeah. yeah. someone's in trouble. >> jimmy: how you doin'? >> i'm good. i'm good. >> jimmy: the muss tach tash ta role or what? >> yeah, i just finished "top gun" two days ago. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: and you're keepin' it? >> i don't know. i'm getting married this fall. >> jimmy: uh-huh. congratulations. >> thank you, appreciate it. >> jimmy: and your fiance likes it. >> she's kind of, now she doesn't know what i would look like without it. >> jimmy: oh, i see. >> so i think she's kind of on the fence, what do you guys think? how about you? [cheers and applause] >> keepin' the mustache. >> jimmy: who do you play in "top gun," can you say? >> yeah, i can say. so i play goose's kid. >> jimmy: the deceased goose. >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, that's pretty cool. and tom cruise, were you with tom cruise when justin bieber challenged him to fight?
>> i was. i don't know if it was on tom's radar. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> or not. i just, i don't know. i'm not going to say too much about that, how much attention do you need, man? know what i mean? like, you know. wild. >> jimmy: as far as this wedding goes, when will the bachelor party happen? >> i had it. >> jimmy: you had it already. you wasted no time getting to the bachelor party. wait, you had it already. that's too soon. >> no, who knows. guys like, you might break a bone or something. >> jimmy: right. >> you might come back a little different. so i needed to give my, i needed to give myself enough time to like remember my life. >> jimmy: i think you could actually have a second one now, it's been so long. >> that's not a bad idea. >> jimmy: where did you go for your bachelor party? >> we went to this, we the dominican republic.
>> jimmy: you did? was there no availability in syr syria? what was going on? [ applause ] >> beautiful country, beautiful people. we were very surprised to hear about all this stuff happening, but, you know, we didn't, a lot of, i guess, people were drinking some of the drinks then they're getting sick. and we're just in the library. >> jimmy: you weren't drinking. >> the whole time. >> jimmy: you were studying? brushing up on spanish? >> when you're going through book after book after book. >> jimmy: you have a group of friends, old pals. >> yeah. >> jimmy: talk about them a few times when you've been here. before you decide to tie the knot, do you have to consult with them and. >> yeah, we have a group meeting. >> jimmy: yeah, because sometimes guys can get upset, like they feel replaced and their live changes and all that stuff. >> yeah, what are you doing to us? come on, man. yeah, a lot of my buddies have kids. >> jimmy: oh, they do? >> and they're married. i'm kind of one of the last. after me there's a very select
few, and they know who they are. they need to figure it out, become an adult, man. >> jimmy: now you have done it they have to do it. >> and they love my fiance, kelly, so that goes a long way. >> jimmy: does your fiance return those feelings of love? does she like those guys and hanging out with them? >> yeah, she thinks they all look the same. one time she called my buddy derrick cole and derrick was so pissed. i'm not cole. i'm nothing like cole. >> jimmy: does he look like cole? >> yeah, kind of. it's a florida thing i guess. >> jimmy: your grandmother is very proud of you, i'm sure you're aweaare. >> jimmy: because she's on twitter telling people a lot. let's go to some of those tweets if we could. this is from are your grandma. keep going up.
yeah, okay, look at my darling duo. they get better looking all the time. took cannes by storm. beautiful and made for each other. they're missing their mup. is that what you call your grandmother? >> yeah. >> jimmy: did you face time with her in. >> no, i didn't. yeah, yeah, no. >> jimmy: there's another one. my wonderful, gorgeous grand son. he owned cannes. superstah. the mustache does look good. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, thanks. >> jimmy: i would normally not just recommend the mustache. >> nice. >> jimmy: is she as equally as proud of her other grand children? >> no. >> jimmy: just -- >> no, not at all. >> jimmy: just you. >> yeah, i'm in a clear first place right now. the other kids got to do something very special for her. >> jimmy: were you at cannes
screening this television show. is that an unusual thing to screen a tv show there? >> it is. it was the first streaming show ever, ever played at cannes. >> jimmy: wow. >> that was a nice accomplishment for us. >> jimmy: were you nervous? because at cannes -- [ applause ] -- they don't like things, and if they don't like you, they will boo you. >> they will boo the crap out of you. >> jimmy: yeah. >> have you ever had like 2,000 people just booing you? >> jimmy: no, usually we limit to just the studio audience. but it happens from time to time. >> well, no, it's such a defeating feeling. >> jimmy: have you had that? >> but i'm from philly, so i guess i'll get a sense of what our teams feel like when, you know. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> they drop the ball. >> jimmy: bryce harper is going through that now. >> bryce, it's all good, man. i'm just so happy with everything going. >> jimmy: they did not boo you. >> no, we got like a six-minute
standing ovation. >> jimmy: that's better than being booed. >> everybody was standing and a little more energetic. we'll work on it. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: miles teller is here. we'll be right back. >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by sabra hummus, feel good food. ♪ that's spicy stuff... fresh flavor. feel good food. sabra hummus. ♪ i just had sabra hummus and now i feel good! ♪
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for all the trouble you caused, you'll work it off. you're going tomorrow. and you tell them the best shot larry. >> i can't just walk in two weeks later and say oh, yeah, i remember now. >> then i guess you have to kill him. >> jimmy: that is miles teller in "too old to die young." it is available now on amazon prime video. this is 13 episodes? >> ten episodes, 13 hours.
>> jimmy: that's a lot of work. >> what a treat. >> jimmy: and you're in the whole thing? >> yeah, i'm in the whole thing. >> jimmy: how long did it take to shoot that tv show? >> it was seven months. seven months, because each episode's anywhere from like an hour to an hour and a half. so it was the equivalent of shooting, yeah. >> jimmy: a lot. >> a lot. >> jimmy: the director is -- >> are you guys nick refen like the guy is -- [ applause ] the guy is incredible. >> jimmy: half of them are just being nice. >> that's fine. i could tell on their faces they really didn't, but i stared at them, and they're like. >> jimmy: since you mentioned him, this is the director. >> oh, yeah, man. >> jimmy: who's very talented and a quirky guy, right? what is he wearing here? >> that's his power blanket. >> jimmy: and what is that for? >> i have no idea. >> jimmy: this is always on him. >> yeah, it's something that he
does. i think it, i don't want to give away his secrets. i don't know. maybe it has something to do with his chi, or he knows when something is working. he feels it in his gut. >> jimmy: and he wraps himself up with a blanket around the waist? >> before i worked with him somebody said oh, you know he wears a diaper. and i'm like, what? they're talking about that, that's not a diaper. >> jimmy: yeah, wow. >> that ain't no diaper. with a cowboy hat. also he doesn't, yeah, he would give me direction like, miles, just feel the wind. he would come over after my very first take on the show, because your first time on a project sometimes you're trying to tell the whole movie in the beginning, trying to show everybody they made the right choice by casting you. i was probably forcing it a little bit, and he comes over and starts rubbing my stomach, and he goes, just breathe, just breathe. i'm like, okay, nick, thanks. and he does not yell "action".
he yells "let's [ bleep ]". >> jimmy: what? really? [ applause ] >> yeah. yeah. >> jimmy: that's good that's got the blanket around his waist, then. he said something to the effect of he believes you are the reincarnation of elvis presley. have you heard that? >> yeah, i have, i have not heard i was the reincarnation of him, but for me, that is something very real. i absolutely want to play elvis, and i think it would be -- >> jimmy: you kind of look like elvis, i would say. you're going to have to lose the mustache. it's the wrong era. >> totally worth it. i will play him at some point, and. >> jimmy: is that true? is that something you want to do? >> for sure. it's the king, man. >> jimmy: your family's here tonight, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: who's here? dad? dad and mom? >> dad and mom.
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our next guest is the first lady of the golden state warriors. her new cooking competition show is called "family food night." it premieres tomorrow night on abc. please welcome ayesha basketball knows, you are married to steph curry. >> i am. >> jimmy: so what's the mood like? obviously, things did not go as the warriors hoped they would. >> you know like sloping green
and 9 irons and drivers. >> jimmy: i see, it's a golfing-type mood. >> yes, yes. that's what happens in the offseason. >> jimmy: so nobody's taking it too hard. >> no, a lot of times things are bigger than basketball. and at this point he just wants his teammates to get healthy. >> jimmy: they had a couple bad injuries for sure. it's food to have y it's good to have you here. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: you love food and all this kind of stuff. >> oh, i love it so much. >> jimmy: this is your thing. >> this is my thing. >> jimmy: has it always been that way since were you a kid? >> yeah, you know, i started cooking when i was 12. >> jimmy: what was the first thing you started cooking? >> i think spaghetti. >> jimmy: who taught you to make spaghetti? >> food network. other kids are watching cartoons and i'm watching emeril and julia.
>> jimmy: a lot of people my grandma. >> yes, my mom. >> jimmy: for you, it was cable. >> yes. >> jimmy: okay, and then now you have a restaurant, you have like a few restaurants, right? >> i do. i have a global grilling experience called international smoke, and we're about to open our fourth location in san diego. san francisco, houston, miami, and now san diego. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: and this is grilling and barbecue? >> yeah, we feature barbecue from all over the world. anywhere you go, they have their tile style of grilling. argentinian, jamaican. >> jimmy: president obama eigatt your restaurant. >> it was so nerve-wracking, everything was down to the 11th hour. i thought we hosting then to find out we were invited to the dinner.
i had to give a welcome speech. so i lighten the mood by savoring bottles of champagne. just do like i usually do and had the knife standing five feet behind president obama and didn't realize that the secret service is inching towards me, so yeah. >> jimmy: did you cut the cork? >> it happened. everybody was excited and everybody let out a sigh of relief. >> jimmy: i see, all right. where did you meet steph? >> down the street. no, i'm just joking. no, we met when we were 14. i moved to the states when i was 14, and he was one of the first people that i met moving here. but we actually did have our first date down the street. >> jimmy: here in hollywood? >> yeah. >> jimmy: this is the most romantic neighborhood in the whole world. it really is. where was the date? >> on hollywood boulevard. >> jimmy: that's where we are. >> i know. i picked him up in my '98 astro van.
>> jimmy: what? was he hitchhiking? what was going on? >> no, but he did have on 3xl shorts. >> jimmy: so this was your first date? >> it was our first official date. >> jimmy: he wore shorts to your first date. >> he wore shorts to our food tasting for our wedding, too, with a suit jacket. >> jimmy: well, the tasting, it's fine, as long as he doesn't, he didn't wear shorts to the wedding, did he? >> no, thank god. >> jimmy: i'm so interested where in hollywood, this might be the first date anyone's ever had around here. >> so we did madame tussaud's. >> jimmy: you went to the wax museum? >> listen, we were 18 and 19 f th if that clarifies anything. >> jimmy: that makes it a little less weird. you went to the max museum. >> we did and got got got got gt
lattes. >> jimmy: obviously it worked. whatever's in that latte seemed to have worked out fine. >> yeah. i guess so. >> jimmy: family food fight. are families throwing food at each other? >> no, people think that, which is great, people might come to see what's going to happen, but nobody's actually throwing food. it's a multi-generational cooking competition. so families of three of any kind. grandmas, sister-in-laws are coming to compete for 100 grand. >> jimmy: so they are on the team together. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: and they're competing against other families. >> yes. >> jimmy: and the foods they are asked to cook, are they a surprise? >> they are an absolute surprise, but they are allowed to bring their pantry staples and the secrets they have and traditions passed down and use those techniques in the challenge to hopefully get them ahead.
>> jimmy: so would you have an italian-american family, okay, you guys have to make gumbo? >> yeah. >> jimmy: or do you stick to the category? >> no, we're all over the place. >> jimmy: so i would imagine that the result in many cases are terrible meals. >> no. the families really surprised us. they really brought it. to the point where even my judges, cat, cora and graham elliot learned some things and they're like, first woman inducted into the hall of fame, michelin chefs were learning techniques from these contestants. >> jimmy: what did they learn? >> i can't give it away, it's a whole moment. >> jimmy: interesting. you were a judge on the show as well as the host. >> i am. i'm judging and hosting and executive produce the show as well, so it's my baby. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: do you feel like, do you feel bad when you have a family and you're talking about like a grandma and whatever, whatever, and the food isn't
good? what, do you tell them it isn't good? >> oh, my god. it hurts my heart so bad. and i tell them it's not good. >> jimmy: do they get mad? >> they get flustered. but they were good at taking constructive criticism. >> jimmy: you know they're going home, they're cursing you in the car on the way home. >> oh, absolutely, yes. >> jimmy: and they were probably rooting for the raptors in the finals. >> the shade! oh, my god! does somebody have sunglasses? what the heck? wow! >> jimmy: it sounds like fun. >> it's so fun. >> jimmy: do you and your family cook with them, with the other -- >> not with, no. no. maybe one day. >> jimmy: that would violate your position as judge and host. >> it would violate it so bad. we're fair here. >> jimmy: okay, you have to be. there have to be rules. if there aren't, i mean, it's an anarchy situation. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's very good to have you here. please give steph my best.
>> i will. >> jimmy: he seems laoicike a terrific guy. you like him. >> no, i like him a little bit. we have three kids. no, i love him so much. >> jimmy: ayesha curry. "family food fight" premieres tomorrow night at 9:00 here on abc. and we'll return with music from hollywood vampires. ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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