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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- david spade -- ozzy and jack osbourne -- "the baby bachelorette," the boys tell all -- and music from the strokes, with cleto and the cletones. and now, what'd you miss -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: hi. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thanks for coming. glad you're here.
have we sung the national anthem yet? has that happened? [ laughter ] we have so much to get to. starting with day two of the democratic national convention in hill-adelphia. hillary clinton became the first woman to be nominated by a major party in the united states, which even if she doesn't win that's going to look great on her resume. the theme of the convention tonight was a lifetime of fighting for children and families, which is definitel fighting children and families, which makes you realize the word "for" can make a very big difference. bill clinton spoke tonight. he was the major speaker of the evening. of course he strongly supported his wife to be our next president. in a surprise move asked melania trump to be his first lady. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] if hillary wins, it will be interesting to see because bill clinton would be our nation's first first man. which is interesting.
moon, a first man to climb mt. everest, a first man to run a four-minute mile. nobody ever thought to be just the first man. i guess adam maybe was the first first man. the democrats have had some impressive speakers so far. last night michelle obama delivered her second convention speech of the week. [ laughter ] the first lady, she made a very powerful point. she noted that she and her husband wake up every day in a house built by slaves. to which donald trump replied, really, can i get the name of your contractor? because much of the focus yesterday was on bernie sanders who did his best to throw his support to the clinton camp. sanders said the democrats will work to break up the biggest banks. he said from it the wells fargo center, so maybe wait until next week. it was a big night for bernie sanders. you could tell. the first time ever it appears he combed his hair.
supporters were still hopeful he would somehow come out on top of the delegate count. which either shows how passionate they are or how bad they are at math. or maybe both of those things. but when bernie did voice his support for mrs. clinton, this is how his supporters reacted. >> any objective observer will conclude that based on her ideas and her leadership, hillary clinton must become the next president of the united states. >> jimmy: what a face, like the end of the movie "the notebook." bernie looked out, what happened, am i dead? there are a number of current and former comedians speaking at the convention, including senator al franken who was a comedy writer for many years,
and maybe best of all, pennsylvania senator bob casey. >> donald trump hasn't made anything in his life, except a buck on the backs of working people. if he is the champion of working people, i'm the starting center for the 76ers. >> jimmy: good one, dad. [ laughter ] that's the mighty casey strikes out again. meanwhile, donald trump was in roanoke, virginia. he's on a roll. a new cnn poll has him leading hillary by even though he doesn't drink here's what it would look like if he did to celebrate tonight's edition of "drunk donald trump." [ slow tape playing ] >> she'll go on, she'll take a nap for four or five hours, then she'll come back. no naps for trump. no naps. i don't take naps.
we don't have time. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he is flying high right now because the democrats are behind in the polls. actually, if you watch the convention today, you literally saw how far behind the polls they are. >> my name is nicholas mateola, speaker of the house of the great democratic state of rhode island. >> we proudly cast 21 votes for senator bernie sanders. >> our state cast our votes -- >> delaware is home to our favorite son -- >> madam secretary -- >> madam secretary -- >> i'm donnie deans -- >> new hampshire, where we bring democrats together! >> i'm proud to announce that oklahoma, where our state motto is -- >> the great state of kansas. >> the father of the new political revolution, 74 votes for bernie sanders. >> really.
how the hell does that happen? tonight on abc we had a very special episode of "the bachelorette, the men tell all." or maybe it's pronounced the mental all, i'm not sure. but these political conventions are making you lose faith in america, "the bachelorette" men tell all special will do nothing to change that. not even a bit. much of the interest was directed at bad chad who is one of the most unpopular contestants ever on the show. the other guys did not like chad. he threatened them, he got physical with them, he was always working out. tonight one of the fellows, nick, decided he'd had enough. >> chris, hold on, wait, wait. >> oh! >> it's the same egotistical [ bleep ] we had to listen to all season. >> you going to pop a squat? >> no, listen to me. >> we have to resort to violence? here we go. >> chad's really good at issuing threats, all right? >> wait, are you trying to get
>> chad, you're a coward that sits behind empty threats, dude, you got nothing. >> you want to fight me? >> any time, any place, whatever. >> hold on, guys. >> you're a coward, dude. >> don't worry, we got a security guard. >> jimmy: well, we kind of have a -- someone wake the security guard! was that a security guard or did kubio get a haircut? chad made no friends during his time in bachelor land. if he had to do it all over again would he do it the same chris harrison asked and chad gave a surprisingly poetic response. >> is there anything that you regret? >> you know, honestly, i mean -- i don't regret 99% of the things that happened. i think anybody's going to be mad when they're getting [ bleep ] 24/7, night and day in front of 10 million people watching. >> so did you like -- trying to think off the top of my head -- the jordan comment. >> right that one, i thought that would make them be quiet, didn't work. >> it seemed to egg them on. >> sometimes you use apples which you should have chose pickles, know what i mean?
>> jimmy: kind of, i guess. like when you're -- when you have to decide whether you should have the apple pie with ice cream or the pickle pie? i don't know. 's like apples and pickles, you know? you can't compare them. ladies and gentlemen, that is story that caught my eye. according to a new study, the united states is falling short when it comes to height. american men and women used to be the tallest people in the world. now we rank 37th and 42nd. the tallest men and the women now are from the netherlands and latvia. which it's like my mother always said, if you need to get something down from a high shelf, call a latvian. this is disturbing. bring me my podium if you don't mind. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] my fellow americans. we need to get this country back on top. literally. america was founded by tall
you can't tell by the dollar bill, george washington was more than 8 feet tall. are we going to let the netherlands tower over us? i don't know about you, but i'm not. are you, guillermo? >> guillermo: no way. >> jimmy: you actually are going to let the netherlands tower over you. but i don't believe the dutch are the tallest people. i think they're adding two or three inches with those wooden shoes. and latvia? is latvia even a real country? that's not a rhetorical question, i actually don't know. when i am vice president, i will solve this in my first 100 days. and this is how i will do it. if you are over 5'10", you can stay. you can remain here and make babies, long babies, with other tall people. if you're shorter than that, you may be relocated to mexico and canada. and i will build a wall to keep all the short people from sneaking back in. [ laughter ]
and it won't be as expensive as donald trump's wall because it won't need to be that high, really. in my america, you must be this tall to ride. so join me, full-sized people. let's make america tall again! [ cheers and applause ] and most importantly, let's bond together to teach these latvians a lesson they'll never forget! we have to take a break. when we come back, the boys tell all. the baby bachelorette. so stick around, we'll be right back. [ school bell ringing] we were learning about how talented the ancient greeks were, and suddenly i traveled back in time! i thought, ?i could have been a writer.? or an athlete! i could have even been an architect! then i realized,
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bachelorette men tell all" special but the telling september over. i happen to produce my own critically acclaimed bachelorette spinoff show starring children instead of adults. grab a juice box, sit back in a little chair and relax as the boys tell all in the most revealing episode of "the baby bachelorette" yet. >> this season on "the baby bachelorette." bianca's quest for true love introduced us to an amazing cast of characters. some were fan favorites. >> i'm captain america! >> some were more controversial. >> it's my ex. he came back into my life. >> i'm so humiliated. >> others were just too short. >> it's hard being little. >> tonight we hear from the boys. >> jimmy: tonight on the most shocking, dramatic boys tell all ever. tensions rise and tales are
controversial contestants in "baby bachelorette" history come together for the first time since bianca sent them home. while bianca continues her journey toward true love. we'll hear from the men she left behind. about mistakes, regrets, and heartbreak. fellas? thanks for being brave enough to be here tonight. i'm glad you are relaxed. dylan, let's start with you. you made the boldest first impression. america? >> um, because i was him yesterday. >> jimmy: you were captain america yesterday? >> yes, so it was my turn to be spider-man! >> jimmy: today you're spider-man? oh my goodness. wow. he really is spider-man. well. what prompted this change? what made you make this decision? >> i made the changes because i
>> jimmy: because you are spider-man. how you doing? ooth than ethan likes that. i want to move on to the most controversial departure of the season, eisley. some viewers said it was unfair of you to lead bianca on. i'll ask you point-blank. why did you come on the show if you already had a girlfriend? >> my girl and i weren't exclusive. i needed to play the field. >> jimmy: well, that's not what this show is about. and i have to say i feel like you were here r reasons, right? yeah? dean, where is dean? dean, hi. you mind if i -- i want to just -- yeah, put you over here. there you go. dean, spider-man. spider-man, dean. dean, what's going on with you since you left the show? has this been hard for you? >> yeah. >> jimmy: did bianca break your heart? >> yeah. >> jimmy: in how many pieces? >> five. >> jimmy: five pieces? that is a lot of pieces.
>> it would be hard to trust another woman. >> jimmy: you know, dean, they say time heals all boo-boos and i think you're going to be just fine. >> i'll probably be single forever. >> i'm spider-man! >> you're not spider-man. >> yes, i am. >> jimmy: well, we have a surprise reunion tonight. someone america fell in love with just ree short years ago. please welcome the baby bachelor himself, wesley. and the winner of wesley's season, jesse. guys, come on out. how are you doing, wesley? have a seat on the couch. where's jesse? >> oh, she's not here today. >> jimmy: why isn't she here? >> because we grew apart. >> jimmy: was there an argument? >> yep. >> jimmy: what did you have an argument about?
other thing. >> jimmy: you couldn't agree, come to a compromise? >> yeah, uh-huh. >> may i ask, what was the one thing that you wanted to do that jesse didn't want to do? >> go to the park. >> jimmy: she did not want to go to the park? >> yeah. >> jimmy: where did she want to go? >> she wanted to go to the movies. >> jimmy: wow r. i'm so sorry that happened. so are you still married? >> no. we just grew apart. and i respect jesse and i wish her nothing but the best. >> jimmy: that's very big of you. the choice you made? i mean, you did choose jesse over gabby. >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: you do? >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: wesley, i have a surprise visitor for you tonight. please welcome gabby. gabby? gabby, how are you? very good to see you. have a seat right there on the
wesley, say hello to gabby. >> hi, gabby. >> jimmy: how long has it been since you've seen each other? >> a long, long time. three years. >> jimmy: three years. well, wesley told us just a moment ago that he still thinks about you and he still has feelings for you. wesley, is there anything you would like to say to gabby? >> i think about you and what we had was special. and you have pretty hair. >> jimmy: aww. >> a lot of things have changed over three years. >> jimmy: what kind of thi >> i've lost my teeth. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> i broke my arm. >> jimmy: oh! >> i taught my sister a lot of curse words. >> jimmy: gabby, what do you think of that? do you ever use curse words? >> no. >> jimmy: no. well, that's very sweet. wesley, anything you'd like to ask gabby or say to her right now? >> gabby? will you marry me? >> i thought you'd never ask.
did you bring a ring? >> uh -- no. >> jimmy: you didn't bring a ring. where the hell is neil lang? isn't he supposed to bring rings out? oh, well. we'll get you a ring. and i am so happy for the both of you. wow. what a wild ride this has been. tune in next week as bianca makes her final decision. will it be alex or manny who wins her heart? next week we'll find out on the emotional season finale of "the ba [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: bianca's amazing journey comes to an end next monday night. tonight music from the strokes, ozzy and jack osbourne are here, and be right back with david spade! [ cheers and applause ] ? americans, i don't understand you. always working on vacation. always multi-tasking. [baby crying]
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>> jimmy: hi, there, welcome back to the show. tonight, from the new father-son travel show, "ozzy and jack's world detour," which can be seen on history. ozzy and jack osbourne are here. [ cheers and applause ] then, this is their album. it's called "future present past." the strokes from the samsung stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night, andy garcia will be here, jack huston will join us, and we'll have music from the go-go's. and thursday, greg kinnear, dino archie, join us then. our first guest is an emmy-nominated actor and hollywood sex maggot who -- i mean magnet -- [ laughter ] [ applause ] anyway, he's got a show, it's called "fameless." it premieres monday night at 10:00 on trutv. please say hello to david spade.
>> jimmy: sorry about that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that was not a freudian slip at all. >> you got all the other ones right. hey, i was going to tell you that this little walk, i had dinner last night. five-star restaurant. >> jimmy: oh, congratulations. >> congratulations. i like to throw that in. when the hosss you might have this happen. first of all, all my friends think the hostesses are cute. we invented an app that tells you where the three hostesses are in the restaurant. where's the one with the brown hair? table 26. didn't sell. >> jimmy: that's good. that is really stalking. >> we went to apple on all of them. >> jimmy: didn't like it, huh? >> the hostess last night -- this is funny, you'll hate it. i come in, i go to this place. she has to walk me but she wants
mr. spade, thank you for coming. and how was your day? i go, i had a little bit of a health scare. she goes, here we are. that's it? no follow-up? just dead stop when she got to the table. pivoted. but sometimes, like last night was really scary. >> jimmy: why? >> i was running out of batteries on my phone. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, my god. >> have you ever had this happen? and everyone's looking at me, what's wrong? i go, it's almost 9. they go, 9:00? no, 9% battery, i've got to get home and plug it in. they go -- the hostess goes, i'll plug it in. i'm like, uh -- you know the panic? i go like this. well -- well -- are you going to go way over -- she takes it. i'm like, aahhh! >> jimmy: what? why? >> because i'm terrified. >> jimmy: of what? >> because i'm like a dog looking at the owner.
>> jimmy: oh, oh. >> that didn't make the cut. >> jimmy: that's a lot of them. >> yeah. those are the ones i didn't send because i couldn't get it right. by the way, i'm finding my wiener is not photogenic. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. i think it's a new thing with younger people. but mine, whoof. put my foot on a stool, get an aerial shot, i don't know how to do it. but what happened is i saw -- this girl goes, i it's like hello for guy news. they're like, hey. they lead with it. used to come toward the end. now it's straight up. >> jimmy: well. >> it's this guy from his feet up, sort of like this. i'm like, this i never would have thought of. plus who's taking it? you know? you've got to get your buddy and then that's worse than helping you move. you know? he's like, i'm going to grab it like that, choke hold, you know? knock off a few before dinner.
will you help me do something later? on the commercial? >> jimmy: i hope it's move. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i need to ask you about this. i've been wondering about it. >> this is so dumb, yeah. >> jimmy: you've been posting photographs of a parking -- this is a parking ticket that you got? >> yeah, i got a ticket. and then i didn't think i deserved it. so i left it on my wind shield and said, i'll show them. and i don't know who i'm showing. [ laughter ] it's not -- the seem to mi. now i just keep it on there in protest. >> jimmy: you've got to -- you're going into a hotel. isn't that the hotel people are not supposed to go in? >> the beverly hills hotel? no, no, no. >> jimmy: it's not? okay. and this is -- >> the ticket was doing nothing on my windshield so i showed it
here's the ticket. >> looking at my backyard. >> jimmy: relaxing by the pool. is that your backyard? >> yeah, look at that cool star trek floaty. >> jimmy: that is pretty great. >> it's a captain's chair. >> jimmy: these are all your friends? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm sorry. >> i had a clear frame for the big photo shoot. >> jimmy: should i show this? why did you get the ticket? >> here's the ticket. no, because the meter was still blinking green. so i thought it was still good. then they gave me a ticket. so i said, i'll show them. anyway. i don't know what to do now. i painted myself in a corner. >> jimmy: just pay the ticket is a good thing, maybe. >> that's one idea. >> jimmy: that's a good idea. >> it bit me in the ass because i got a ticket jet skiing in arizona. i didn't know how that could even happen. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i had a cop and he was on a boat. i thought he wanted an autograph. he goes, come over here. i go, hey, who do i make it out to? he goes, you can't drive your jet ski and spray your friends with it. i go, what the [ bleep ] else do
that's all a jet ski does. and he goes, no, you have to be 100 yards away from each other. i go, who wants to jet ski, then? so he goes, it's so dangerous. so i get the ticket. i put it in the nose of the jet ski. and then later, naturally, i'm going too close and i hit my brother. exactly predicted in what they said, it's dangerous. almost took his leg out. and his sank. then mine, my i just go -- ah. and then there's a warrant out for my arrest. >> jimmy: no. >> it was on tv in arizona. >> jimmy: really? >> my mom goes, davey, turn yourself in! [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> i go what's happening? >> jimmy: did you turn yourself in? >> stay in my backyard! i go, can i stay in your house? she said, they'll check the house. i went to some court in like a strip mall in arizona. honestly, it was next to like
and then it was no one there in the middle of nowhere except me and a tmz guy. >> jimmy: oh, great, yeah. >> david at jimmy john's! i went in and paid it. >> what did you eat at jimmy john's? >> that's the better story. no, i paid it and the judge was like, we should all go jet skiing. he didn't care. >> jimmy: really, wow. how about that. you had a nice judge. the jet ski bandit is here, david spade. be back with david. [ cheers and applause ] ? ? starbucks? cold brew coffee. available in original black. and now with house-made vanilla sweet cream. smooth meets sweet. in stores now.
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you're going to sprint out this door, man. >> i'm in an orange jump suit. >> we'll jump in a dumpster. >> i'm not a criminal! >> you're with us. that's how it is. you've got to run, run, go, go, go, go! come on go, go! >> whoa, hands up, hands up, hands up! hey, hey, hey, hey! hands up, hands up, hands up! get down, get down, get down! matthew, what's going on? >> i'm on a television show! >> what do you mean? >> this is all fake! i don't know what's going on! >> sure, yeah. everyone says that, man. >> everyone says that they're on a television show? >> jimmy: that's david spade's
this is a prank show. >> it's a prank show. >> jimmy: tell about the actual people you play the pranks on. >> the people that play the pranks have been prepped to be in a reality show. >> jimmy: they're people that want to be on -- >> they really want -- they have to go through a psych evaluation and everything. i don't know if you know this. you see "the bachelor," some of them obviously didn't pass. >> jimmy: right. >> but they're all ready to go through testing, i want to be famous, i want to be on any show. so we make up a fake -- because there's a line of people who can't get on any. we make one up, like "blind blind date." sounds like a real show. "what's in your mouth," a food show. we make up stuff. so that one's like a prison -- it's a reality show about jail. this guy gets -- there's a breakout, he gets grabbed by the criminal. so then you tell him. then everyone -- it's so funny because i get cringy when i do them. >> jimmy: you do? >> because i do them sometimes. try to help and i'm horrible at it. they don't want me to do them anymore.
we did one where this guy's -- i'm judging the music, like "x factor." they're telling me in the earpiece he's bad. i tell him he's bad and he's so nice, then he goes, what do you know? i go, huh? he's like, you're a comedy guy, you don't know music. i'm like, no, i know talent. then he goes, you ruined "saturday night live"! what? then he left. no, get him back here. tell him it's a joke! and he wouldn't come back. so horrible. >> jimmy: who's the prank on then, i guess, huh? >> me, i guess. >> jimmy: you. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: you have been named roast master of the comedy central roast of rob lowe. >> rob lowe coming up, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: have you done roasts before? >> i have not and i'm scared of them. i see them and i sort of -- maybe an o.g. roaster from the "saturday night live" days.
the -- rob's a super-cool guy, he's a friend. obviously good-looking. he's like 7. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it will be fun. he's got a lot of sordid things in his past. we'll find something. >> jimmy: you've got to show that video. for one thing. that would be a great way to start. >> go right at it. re-enact the video. that's a tough one to get by these days. >> jimmy: it's a different world now. >> true. >> jimmy: you and i will be in montreal this weekend, canada. >> oh >> jimmy: judges on jeff ross roast battle show. that will be good prep. >> yeah, get to watch it, i'm not part of it. >> jimmy: you're not? >> i'm judging. we're not going to get the shrapnel, i don't think. i hope. >> jimmy: well. you've got shrapnel from your own reality show. >> i sort of catch it. that will be super fun. i got that, i got twitter. things are clicking. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: david spade, everybody. the season premiere of "fameless" airs next monday on trutv. we'll be right back with ozzy and jack osbourne.
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still to come, music from the strokes. our next guests are one half of the family who more or less invented reality tv. they have a new travel show called "ozzy and jack's world detour." watch it sunday nights on history. please welcome ozzy and jack osbourne. [ cheers and applause ] ? nobody smells better than ozzy osbourne. you always smell great when you come out here. >> it's my perspiration. >> jimmy: remarkable for a rock star. >> good smell. >> jimmy: ozzy, i know you love history. who decided to do this travel show? jack, you deci >> it was a conversation i had with a fellow producer. and any time anyone asks me, oh, will your dad do tv? no, he's a musician, he doesn't want to do tv, those days are
and i forgot about it. six weeks later i'm in the car with my dad. hey, do you want to do a history show? he was like, yeah, i'll do that. i was like, oh! i guess i have to go back, call them back. >> jimmy: you love history. >> well, 20th century. in england when i was younger, when i was a boy in 1948, we were still in the war. >> jimmy: right. >> it was inbred into where we lived, you know. i was always int war with germany and the war with japan. >> jimmy: i remember speaking to you about that, about you just sit there and watched what was on the history channel, you'd watch these old newsreels. >> i love it. something that was big in those days as well. you'll win! >> jimmy: you guys now go to sites where historical events occurred -- >> it was like jack's bucket list. >> it was mutual bucket listing. >> jimmy: what are some of the places on your mutual bucket
we went -- brought him back to the alamo. >> jimmy: for those who are familiar with ozzy lore -- >> i didn't pee on it after all. >> jimmy: you found out you didn't pee on it? >> i was wearing a dress. >> jimmy: what happened there, what was the story? >> without giving too much away, urination was involved. public intoxication was involved. and the donning of women's garments were involved. from the alamo? >> for about 20 years. >> jimmy: for about 20 years. >> yeah. i remember some mexican guy saying to me, i don't know what the problem is, we pee on that wall every night. >> jimmy: and so did they welcome you with open arms? >> no. let me tell you the story. jack is going to be a lunatic asylum. the guys from the show, they've got 75 people there.
we get there. sure enough. >> there must have been 1,000 people there. >> jimmy: oh, no. angry? >> it was all very positive. >> jimmy: i see. >> positive for you. a guy with a noose, a rope. welcome back, ozzy! we'll finish you off now! >> jimmy: jack, you do all the driving. >> yes, i do. >> jimmy: i was thinking about it. i've driven with my father, i think the only time i ever drove the hospital, he hurt his foot. are you comfortable with jack behind the wheel? >> love it, better than me. >> jimmy: okay, so you're not -- >> everyone is comfortable without him behind the wheel. [ laughter ] >> i got a driving license when i first passed my test, a ferrari. went out and got drunk and the ferrari disappeared for some reason. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the ferrari is gone. >> the ferrari is gone. >> jimmy: you do all the driving? >> i do. he has a good excuse. whenever i'm like, hey, drive.
>> jimmy: that's a good excuse. you guys went to nasa is one of the places? >> that was great. >> awesome. >> jimmy: you liked that one? >> them space suits are not comfortable. >> jimmy: you got in the space suit? >> your nuts are being pushed to the back of your neck. >> jimmy: really. and did you work with -- >> yeah they gave us like the full-on tour of the johnson space center. >> i have to ask the question. do they have alcohol and sex in space? what a boring place to go. >> jimmy: there's no alcohol in space? >> no alcohol. >> no sex, no alcohol. what's left? >> space. >> jimmy: just space, i guess. what was your favorite of all the spots you went to? >> oh, jack's has got to be -- >> i loved going to roswell. i have a super special -- >> we drove to the crash site. it was just a flat field. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i go -- jack's like,
>> jimmy: are you really interested in ufos? >> big-time. i'm a tinfoil hat-wearing lunatic. >> jimmy: have you ever seen a ufo? >> i've seen them in my crazy days, seen lots of ufos. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: when you're driving, i assume you've got directions? i remember, i can't imagine you navigating as i recall you losing your way around your own house. >> jimmy: right, those are the crazy days. >> now he has ways for the house. >> jimmy: it's great to have you guys here. [ cheers and applause ] "ozzy and jack's world detour" sunday nights, 10:00 on history. thank you, gentlemen. be right back with the strokes!
>> jimmy: i'd like to thank david spade, ozzy and jack osbourne and apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, but first, their ep is called "future present past," here with the song "threat of joy," the strokes! ? ? okay i see how it is now you don't have time to play with me anymore ? ? that's how it goes i guess [ bleep ] the rest be right there honey ? ? i'm gonna take my time to say take my time today ? ? i'm gonna take what comes my
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