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abc7 news, thanks for joining lo>> hav >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, milo ventimigli, from "glow", alison brie, this week in unnecessary censorship, and music from the head and the heart. and now, for the most part, jimmy kimmel! ♪ [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: very nice. hi, i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. it's very kind. and hey, you know, i don't know if you're following the calendar, but you know what today's date is? guillermo, do you know what day today is? >> thursday. >> jimmy: no, the date. >> oh, first. >> jimmy: yes, august first. today is that magical day of the year when our nation's news
people take to the air waves to ask this very important c bieve it's alrey ve it? c yo already? >> i can't believe it's august, right? >> i know. >> i can't believe it's already august 1st. >> i can't believe it's august. >> i can't believe it's already august. >> hard to believe it is already august. >> hard to believe it already is august. >> i can't believe but it's already august 1st. >> can you believe it is august already? >> we are in the month of you belie that? >> i can't believe it's already august already. >> i can't believe it's august already. >> i was just saying the same thing to another colleague. >> can you believe it's already august? >> do you believe it's already august already? >> i said it. yes. >> jimmy kimmel's going to be all over you right now. >> i hope so. >> jimmy: mission accomplished. [cheers and applause] welcome to august, everyone. i don't know about you, but i can't believe it's already here.
this actually is hard to believe. astronomers have discovered a new planet on which it might one day be possible for us to live, as soon as we finish ruining this one. it's called a super earth, it's six times the size of our earth, and they say it could have water and oxygen and wi-fi and some of all the things we need. planet is called g j-357 d, which happens to be my aol password back in the day. but g 3357, that's not a planet name. that's like a license plate name. they have to do better than that. but this is very good news. our new planet is only 31 light-years away. i think we should send mike pence there and the space force and tell us how it is. have you heard what's happening in russia right now? there are wildfires in siberia, out of control wildfires. look at this.
it's huge plumes of smoke. see per soerutng but, if you evidence that global warminge c place on earth is on fire. that's a big deal, smoke coming from russia usually means they just elected a new american president. that's how they signal. investigators believe the fire started when vladimir putin fell asleep after burning a pile of trump's love letters, and the concern is that the fires could reach some of russia's remote nuclear plants, which could lead to up to a dozen more hbo many series. president trump by the way offered to help with the fires. he called his kg-bff vladimir yesterday to say hey, if you need any help, we're willing to pitch in, but putin said no thanks.
putin out these fires myself. [ applause ] thank you, thanks, everybody. there's a very corny writer named josh who's very happy right now. [cheers and applause] guillermo, go get josh, will you? >> yeah, okay, i can do that. >> jimmy: how exactly would trump help with the fires anyway in russia? maybe with great suggestions like the one he gave paris, wherein he wrote so horrible to watch the massive fire at notre dame cathedral in paris, perhaps flying water tankers could be used to put it out? must act quickly. thanks notre dumbass. it's interesting that when russia catches fire, trump's right on the phone offering to help, but when we were burning here in california he stomped around the forest to show off his new hat and then yelled at us for not raking the leaves
more. by the way, siberian wildfires sounds like a very tough wnba team, doesn't it? the president is burning it up tonight. he took his show on the road for a pep rally in cincinnati. but first he stopped for a session on the lawn in which he was asked what would happen if his supporters started chanting "send her back." >> i can't tell you whether or not they're go if they do the chant we'll see what happens. >> will you stop them, sir? >> i don't know if you can stop people. >> jimmy: maybe you build a wall around cincinnati. that might stop them. oh, there's josh, everybody. [cheers and applause] >> yeah! take a bow!
>> jimmy: i wish we had roses, now go back to wherever. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: you like that guillermo? >> yes. >> jimmy: did you watch the debate last night? i guess more people watched the second debate than the first one. some of the candidates we saw last night are unlikely to be seen on television again. but senator michael bennet from colorado was unfamiliar, but also familiar face, largely because he sounded like, have you seen the movie ferris buehler's day off? you remember cameron, his friend? he sounds like cameron when he pretended to be ferris's girlfriend's dad. >> rooney, i don't have all day to bark at you, so i'm going to make t >> the redlining to the mass incarceration that we were talking about a few minutes ago. >> jimmy: one more time.
michael bennet. >> 88% of the people in our prisons dropped out of high school. >> jimmy: and cameron. >> i want my daughter out in front of the school in ten minutes by herself! >> jimmy: sadly for michael bennet, cameron has a better shot at being elected president this time around. today in case you were not aware, i was not aware, this is national girlfriends day, a day on which women are encouraged to get together and celebrate friendships. here's the thing about girlfriends. you're either the oprah or the gayle. if you're confused about which one you are, you're gayle. it also is national raspberry cream pie day. there's too many days and too much of this too. there's a petition right now to make the last saturday
october national trick-or-treat day. this is a real thing. they want 150,000 signatures. and they're close. they have 130,000 signatures. the people behind it, they had a petition to move halloween to the last saturday of october. some people didn't like it. they decided to keep halloween where it is and add another holiday, this is the equivalent of the come in your office who celebrates her birthday all month. can you find it on change.org. there's some good petitions on the site. a lot of causes worth supporting, but they're lumped in with a huge amount of nonsense. you have legitimate petitions like we want to see trump's tax returns alongside petitions like make a blue skittle. you can't make a blue skittle. people will confuse it with viagra. you'll get kicked out of chucky cheese. here's another one. don't eliminate the special olympics, but that was alongside make shrek the national bird, by the way, which almost 75,000
people signed. and there's one other thing i want to mention, stop the insulin price hikes, which is important for diabetics, almost as important as help me convince my mom to buy my a hedge hog. how about proving you can be a responsible pet owner. i'm starting a new petition on change.org called stop using the site to spread dumb petitions. i'm very confident that when i am done, no one will ever start a dumb petition again. this is something i can't believe it took me 51 years of my life to find out about. there is a town in newfoundland, which is in canada, that has [cheers and applause] well, maybe you know about this. >> a man in the town of dildo where you can experience two unique boating experiences. >> we are here in dildo, and
joining me is andrew pretty and karen mcdonald. this land where your business is situated has been in your family for generations. >> yes. since my great, great, great, great, great-grandfather came in 1775 to dildo, yeah. >> that's amazing. that brings me over to you, karen. you haven't been in dildo that long. as long as 1775. but tell me a little bit about your story, when you came to dildo and why you came here. >> i came to dildo because i really love this place. and i still enjoy, i love like dildo. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: guillermo, pack your things, we're taking the show to dildo. >> let's go! >> jimmy: i want to know everything about this place. i want to go there. i want to buy tee shirts. i want to meet the townspeople, how did we not know about this? i feel like canada's been hiding their dildo from us.
let's get in touch with the mayor. there's a mayor of dildo, and see if we can talk to them next week, okay? on a very different subject, a very different subject, have you seen the trailer for the new "mr. rogers" movie? tom hanks plays mr. rogers. a lot of people are excited about it. i'm excited about it. the trailer was released last week and already has more than 10 million views. today sony, the movie company released a second trailer to give us more an idea of what the film is about. ♪ >> hello, neighbor. >> that's our show, see you tomorrow! >> great show, captain. unfortunately, rogers is killing us in the ratings. sorry, we're going to have to let you go. >> all right, wrap it up! get this guy out of here. [ crying ]
>> please, won't you be my neighbor. >> keep your shoes on! nobody wants to smell your [ bleep ] feet! do you consider mr. rogers a hero? >> him? i'm a [ bleep ] captain in the australian coast guard. i'm the [ bleep ] hero. this interview is over! >> please don't ruin my childhood. >> i'm going to ask this one more time. where, is, his, neighborhood! oops.
>> sometimes we have to ask for help. ♪ it's a beautiful day in this neighborhood ♪ ♪ a beautiful day for a neighbor ♪ ♪ would you be mine could you -- [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: who's the captain now? all right, and one more thing before we forge ahead. 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 is this week in unnecessary censorship. >> i want to remind you. four years ago, republicans were in the fox theater right here. and guess what they were talking about? [ bleep ]. >> we've got to talk about the working class issues. the people who take a [ bleep ] after work and haven't had a raise in 30 years. >> i know how to [ bleep ] and i
know how to win. i took on giant [ bleep ]s and i beat them. 've suorhitiny, tiny little [ bleep ] is so damn small. my thigh barely fit underneath it. >> since the reagan administration, and yet i remember in those days i didn't say diane, i'm going to [ bleep ] your ear. no, just [ bleep ] your stupid ear. >> frankly i'm shocked you do. >> can you have a big [ bleep ] like the president and still get things done. >> he says he likes to cut [ bleep ] and i'm sure he's really good at it. >> you want to see where something goes when it's recycled? we've got to [ bleep ] that little l >> jimmy: tonight on the show, music from the head and the heart from "glow", alison brie
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"the miz" mizanan, leslie jones, plus music from ava max, chris janson, monsta x with french montana, and a very special mystery guest whose identity will be revealed on thursday and not a moment sooner! don't even try to get it out of me, because i just won't say. >> jimmy: our first guest is currently nominated for an emmy for the 3rd time for "this is us," the show that brings america to tears more than the news. now he's in a movie about a dog and those never end sadly. "the art of racing in the rain" opens august 9th. please welcome milo ventimiglia. [cheers and applause] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. >> thanks, man. >> jimmy: you know, the street's closed for your movie. >> sorry about that. >> jimmy: that's okay. we're used to it.
>> tonight i can apologize for it. >> jimmy: because you are somewhat responsible. >> it's my fault. >> jimmy: that's the big thing. when you have a big movie, you close down hollywood boulevard, everybody comes. who's coming? >> my whole family, my sisters in the back, mom and dad. >> jimmy: hi, mom and dad. >> the famous peter ventimiglia that you know from his instagram. >> jimmy: your dad on instagram, when were you nominated for an emmy, was it the first time? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what did he put on instagram? >> it was national french fry day, and he talked about national french fry day and caught hell for posting about national french fry day. >> jimmy: and not your emmy nomination. >> it came a little later. i get it. i'm his son. i understand these things. >> jimmy: he's had a relationship with french fries probably for longer than with you, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: it starts very young. so anyway, because of that, we
looked at his instagram. did you know he posted something tonight on instagram? >> he did. >> jimmy: he did. let's take a look at what dad posted tonight. now look at the words here at the bottom. >> oh, yeah. yeah. dad's excited. >> jimmy: dad's already ready to go home. >> but the best part is, he walks in the dressing room. we're all getting settled. i'm going to get everybody a bottle of water, and he goes, where's the snacks? you got a thumbs up on the little crudites. >> jimmy: will they come to the emmies with you? >> yes, this is the first year. the first time i got nominated i said hey, guys, i'd love you guys to come to the emmies with me, and my mom said no, no, i don't want to be in the big crowd, and my dad said he was holding out for the oscars. second year, do you want to go
to the emmies this year? second year, mom's like, no, that's okay. dad says i'm holding out for the oscars. this is like the oscars of tv. and then the fourth year, hey, guys. i was so ready to be like, i'd really, really like it if you came to the emmies with me this year. and before i got that out, they're both like oh, we're going, we're going. >> jimmy: what happened? what changed? what happened? >> it's you, you, jimmy. >> you embarrassed us. >> jimmy: oh, so you're coming reluctantly. >> you know i think it's one of those things where like, they birthed me. they've seen every stage performance. >> jimmy: well, one of them did. the other was celebrating national tater tots day that day. [ applause ] >> yeah, yeah.
>> jimmy: that will be fun. how are they with celebrities? at the emmies, they'll be surrounded. >> they're the coolest. anybody they've ever met that i've ever worked with, they're the coolest. >> jimmy: who's most famous person you've ever introduced them to? >> maybe sylvester stallone. >> jimmy: and that went well? >> that went well. >> jimmy: you didn't mind meeting him? didn't take time out of your night? >> no. yeah. >> no, but also, sly, i was excited. hey, your parents, did they come as well? i was like yeah. i'd love to meet them. but that's just sly. he, you know, and of course, you know, he and my dad are about the same age and kind of game up in the same time of the world, and so he was as excited to meet my folks as my folks were to meet him. and i was off to the side watching. >> jimmy: your dad was in the military, right? >> mm-hm. >> jimmy: fought in the war, right? >> yeah. [cheers and applause]
>> jimmy: and sylvester stallone was rambo, so that's close. >> yeah, very similar to the vietnam era. >> jimmy: and you go on uso tours. >> yeah, i do a few. >> jimmy: when was the last time? >> this past holiday for christmas i went on a uso tour. >> jimmy: where did you? >> iraq on christmas day, afghanistan on christmas eve. we were on the stennis in the persian gulf. >> jimmy: what do you do, a show while you're there? >> this one was actually a show. my buddy was kind of an emcee, and then we had, we had, you know, everybody kind of played their role. we had jesse may palouso doing comedy, and a four-time olympian, and kellie pickler was singing. everybody looks at me. they're like, you're an actor. you're going to act? >> jimmy: yeah, what do you do?
>> i leaned into it and said yes, i'm going to act. so i got up on stage when this was my turn in front of, you know, the troops, and i said, you know, you folks are always so great about showing me what it is that you do, i thought it might be fun if one of you guys or gals saw what it is that i do. is there anyone on the stage that wants to come up and perform a scene from "this is us" with me. >> jimmy: okay. >> and so hands are getting thrown in the air. guys and gals are running to the front of the stage. they'd line up and i'd get the troops to vote on who they wanted and i'd always get them to go for the biggest dude, and i'd bring him up on stage, hey, man, i'm milo, nice to meet you. you're playing rebecca, who's pregnant, it's my birthday and she's going to do a sexy dance. i had a couple marines going for it with a high voice. take one of the bdus and stuff
it under there, they'd be pregnant. uso bandanas? >> jimmy: and then you make love? or how does it end? >> the water breaks and we are on the way to the hospital. >> jimmy: when we come back, we're going to see a clip from his new movie "the art of race in the rain." more with milo ventimiglia after this. ♪ [ barking ] ♪ what about him? let's do it. ♪ come on. this summer, add a new member to the family. hurry in and lease the glc 300 suv for just $419 a month with credit toward your first month's payment at the mercedes-benz summer event. going on now.
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>> jimmy: that is milo ventimiglia in "the art of racing in the rain." opens august 9th. will the dog be at the premiere? >> yes. i don't think the puppies, they're all grown at this point. they're gone. but no, we had an older dog named butler who played the 9-year-old and a 2-year-old named parker who played the younger version. >> jimmy: this is a movie about dogs who drive cars? >> no. it's about a guy who wears a leash. no, the film's about a race car drg's life, from puppy until he's old. and the film is narrated by the dog. as he goes through racing, meeting his wife, having a family.
>> jimmy: what are the problems with working with a dog other than the slobber. >> the gas. >> jimmy: oh, dogs are gassy? >> for me, when i was speaking with trainers, i was like i need a scene partner. i need something that's going to interact with me. there were a few moments of the movie where i'm right there with the dog, looking him in the eye, tongue goes out, he's out. and the director comes over and says can we get the dog to look at milo? and the trainer comes over, you are his alpha. he won't challenge you. so look him in the center of the forehead, look him in the ear, but don't look him in the eye. there were little tricks like
that. >> jimmy: and that worked? >> that worked. i guess, don't look someone in the eye. >> jimmy: don't look the dog in the eye if you are doing a movie with the dog. this is great advice for kids at home, too. >> don't look the dog in the eye. >> jimmy: did you become attached to the dog? i would imagine working with a dog for a long time and then leaving, you would want to steal the dog. >> that would be like dog napping. you don't do that with your family members. i'm going to take amanda seyfried home with me now. no, parker, the younger dog, this dog had the most beautiful soul, and he had the best temperament, and i was kind of asking about him, like where's parker live? who's parker live with? oh, he lives with deb. okay.
>> jimmy: the trainer? >> one of the trainers, okay, cool. but i was definitely fishing for if parker had a home or needed a home. he was my guy. >> jimmy: maybe you'll get lucky and parker will bite deb at the premiere and she'll be like i don't want this dog anymore. >> that's not going to happen. >> jimmy: kevin costner plays the conscience of the dog. which is cool. have you met kevin costner? >> never met him. i've never heard the voice of the dog. >> jimmy: you might meet him at the premiere? >> i'm hoping to. >> jimmy: what are you going to say? you can't say "you're my dog." that wouldn't go over. >> i haven't gotten that far, but what i'd say, is it too much to be hey, man, i'm a huge fan, because i am. >> jimmy: yeah. >> that's not going to go over? you know him. >> jimmy: yeah, i do know him. yeah. >> is there any dirt? >> jimmy: greet him as dogs like to be greeted, sniff him around the butt.
>> wag my tail? >> jimmy: i don't know if you're aware of this, kevin was not the original choice, not the original actor attached to this project. there was another very famous actor who was originally slated to play, well, let's, i think we have a clip. >> this one. definitely this one. >> the pick of the litter.f brad! >> well, just a minute now, we were thinking of keeping him. >> i don't remember asking you a [ bleep ] thing. >> hey. >> i'm still alive [ bleep ]! >> jimmy: they probably made the right choice. >> jimmy: milo ventimiglia! "the art of racing in the rain" opens august 9th. we'll be right back with alison brie. [cheers and applause] brie. [cheers and applause] ♪
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body-slamming her way through the '80s in the third season of the netflix show "glow" please welcome alison brie. [cheers and applause] ♪ >> jimmy: very nice. i like this. that's a three bow tie dress. >> yes, it's three bow ties and three clips in the back, and i just wanted to make sure everybody saw. >> jimmy: otherwise, what's the point. >> what's the point of wearing anything. >> jimmy: show season three is in las vegas. >> yes. >> jimmy: which is a difficult place to get work done. >> we didn't actually shoot anything in las vegas, because current las vegas doesn't look much at all like '80s las vegas. >> jimmy: that's true, i grew up there in the '80s and.
>> too many screens. >> jimmy: it was just like a black board and people's names. >> we shot most of the show at l.a. center studios here in los angeles where we used to shoot mad men. [cheers and applause] right, more. [cheers and applause] but we shot all of our exterior stuff at a hotel in ontario, california. [cheers and applause] what? >> jimmy: i believe the woos for "mad men", but ontario, no. >> most people are like, you shot in canada? no, no, no. oh, my god. >> jimmy: no, you shot near the airport. >> we shot near the airport in ontario, it's about an hour outside of los angeles. they let us keep up our '80s decorations, very accommodating.
wonderful. >> jimmy: you can do whatever you want in ontario. >> yes, sleep over. >> jimmy: did you sleep over there? >> yes, the show said if you want to stay over can you stay at the hotel where we're shooting. we said great, it is very far. the night before we go to shoot there, we get an e-mail from production saying don't be alarmed. always a great way to start an e-mail. it's come to our attention that there's a homeless man who squats at the hotel permanently. he calls himself hollywood. he's obsessed with hollywood productions. he likes to disrupt them. don't engage. don't worry, we're going to have security on set when we're shooting. first of all, on set when we're shooting? how about whether i'm sleeping at the hotel. but ultimately. >> jimmy: hollywood. >> do you remember the '80s movie "mannequin"? i got a little excited. there was a flamboyant fashion
forward character in that movie who called himself hollywood. >> jimmy: this wasn't it? >> no, it was a homeless man. >> jimmy: he likes to stay in the hotel? >> so the disruption, i didn't ever see him. i heard his voice, he shouted obscenities one time when we were trying to shoot. i'm not going to lie, i was like, is that hollywood! one day when our crew had been setting up, and these guys get there so early and they're sweeping and making it look great, apparently, he came out on the level above them, ripped up a bunch of little pieces of paper and threw it, like confetti over where they'd been sweeping like a 12 year old. this is his big disruptive. >> jimmy: i file like this is what donald trump would be doing if he hadn't been born into wealth. >> the craziest thing to me about it was for a guy who calls himself hollywood and is obsessed with movie productions,
it seems so, such a strange choice to live an hour away in ontario at this weird hotel. >> jimmy: i have a feeling he's dressed like spiderman outside our theater right now. you directed an episode of the show. >> yes. >> jimmy: hopefully hollywood didn't interrupt that one too much. >> no, no. >> jimmy: and your husband just directed you in a movie. >> yes. >> jimmy: what's that like, being directed by your spouse? >> it's the best. i love being on set with him. we very confined. we shot in a very small town in oregon, called bend in oregon. small seaside town. they were very excited that a movie was shooting there. >> jimmy: good. >> there was a lot of buzz right away. i would have long conversations with the guy at rite aid. yeah, i'm in the movie. but don't worry, i made a splash right away when we got there. after our first week of production, me and one of the other actors finished work a little early. we said oh, let's go to dinner.
before going to dinner i decided to partake in a local pastime. in oregon, cannabis is legal. >> jimmy: oh, yes, it is. >> as it is here in california. so i was like, when in rome. >> jimmy: right. >> you know. very high. went to dinner. at a very small, very small restaurant, like the nicest restaurant in town in a very small town. so we're sitting there, there's like eight other people there. it's packed. we're sitting in a window seat, very small table much like this. i had to go to the bathroom. so i was going to get up. but for some reason in my mind i decided that i had been sitting on like a long bench, not a regular-sized chair. >> jimmy: okay. >> so when you know when you're sitting on a bench and you have to get out you'll lift your body, scoot over and go. so instead, i lifted my body and
dropped my full bodyr of the restaurant. >> jimmy: you went from high to low. >> fully, fully. [cheers and applause] the whole restaurant, like everything stopped. records scratched. clang! >> jimmy: one of these hollywood drug addicts are in town. >> i just kind of laughed it off, played it cool. i went to go to the bathroom. the owner of the restaurant bee-lined over and put his arm around me and said nobody saw. a couple hours later, we finished dinner. a couple hours later we meet up with the rest of the crew at a bar and everyone's kind of hanging out. it was very buzzy. people were coming up to dave, are you dave frankle? oh, my god, are you the guy from shameless? you know everyone was very excited. finally, someone comes up to me, a young woman, she goes oh, my god, are you the girl that fell at the restaurant? two hours ago? [cheers and applause]
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>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i want to thank milo ventimiglia and alison brie apologies to matt damon. "nightline" is next but first, this is their album "living mirage" here with the song, "missed connections" the head and the heart! ♪ ♪ la-la-la-la la-la-la la-la-la-la-la la-la-la-la ♪ ♪ if i never come through yes it haunts me sunny days i'd miss you yes it haunts me ♪ fir youe
following you out to the coast if i never come through ♪ a ste criss-crossed in the wrong direction ♪ ♪ found myself in a conversation from a missed connection standing there in ♪ ♪ a purple dress point my eyes in the right direction find myself in ♪ ♪ a conversation from a missed connection la-la-la-la la-la-la ♪ ♪ la-la-la-la-la from a missed connection ooh-ooh-ooh i lost myself ♪ ♪ in this maze la-la-la-la yes it haunts me la-la-la ♪ ♪ felt it slipping sideways la-la-la-la-la yes it haunts me la-la-la-la ♪ ♪ but i see it and i feel it in
my soul is there something i'm missing ♪ ♪ should i follow this wherever it goes i will always come through i will always come through ♪ ♪ don't tell me i lost a step criss-crossed in the wrong direction ♪ ♪ fin conrsation standing there ♪ ♪ in a purple dress point my eyes in the right direction find myself ♪ ♪ in a conversation from a missed connection only as alone as i want to be ♪ ♪ passing all the people standing on the street the fallen fruit of a family tree ♪ ♪ a crystal ball and the odyssey did you find whatever you were looking for ♪ ♪ had to open every single door i get the feeling you've been t tell me i lost a step
criss-crossed in the wrong direction ♪ ♪ found myself in a conversation from a missed connection standing there ♪ ♪ in a purple dress point my eyes in the right direction find myself in ♪ ♪ a conversation from a missed connection la-la-la-la la-la-la ♪ ♪ la-la-la-la-la la-la-la-la la-la-la-la la-la-la ♪ ♪ la-la-la-la-la la-la-la-la la-la-la and they're ♪ ♪ falling to see it we'd be fools to waste it but we can falling to feel ♪ ♪ the heat again from a missed connection [cheers and applause]
this is "nightline." tonight, hit and risk, the popular trend among teens, potentially making them sick. one former user once hooked on vaping and ending up in a medically induced coma. >> extremely terrified for my life. >> now warning others of the addiction that he says nearly killed him. plus, meet the queen of slime. from waitress to youtube sensation. >> the more you knead it, the heavier an gets. >> she uses her love of mixing slime. >> i never a million