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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, curtis "50 cent" jackson, from "narcos," wagner moura, and music from kongos, with cleto and the cletones. and now, back in action, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: hi, everybody. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. thank you for -- thank you.
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special night. today, my friend, our band leader cleto turns 50 years old. >> cleto: thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i met cleto in january of 1977 when my family moved from brooklyn to las vegas. cleto lived across the street from us. the first time we met i was riding a bike wearing boxing gloves and my mother's sunglasses asun glass and cleto saw me and assumed i was mentally challenged. we began a lifetime of friendship that was by the kind of torture that you can only inflict on -- an older brother can inflict on you without being arrested. one time i built -- i'm going to share a couple stories about you. >> cleto: okay. >> jimmy: i built a go cart out of wood, ham evered nails, put wheels on. cleto snuck into my garage and glued the steering wheel so i couldn't turn the wheel left or right. i went right into traffic. cleto had a bicycle with a side car attached to it, we called it
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drive me directly into garbage cans and bushes. when i would leave my house to go home i would sometimes have to run home because i'd turn around and see him on his lawn with a bb gun shooting at me. >> cleto: one time. >> jimmy: cleto sr. he'd go into his dad's closet and steal his shotgun and we'd go shoot kites out of the sky. cleto was very advanced section basically. >> cleto: well. >> jimmy: still are, right? >> cleto: i'd l >> jimmy: cleto lost his virginity when he was 7 years old. >> cleto: no, no. >> jimmy: how old were you? >> cleto: about 14. thank you very much. >> jimmy: the only thing i lost when i was 14 was my retainer. he taught me everything i needed to know. he taught me things i didn't need to know, in fact. we were in high school. my parents went out of town, cleto brought his girlfriend over to my house to make love in my parents' bed.
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floor. he used to wear two condoms to be safe. >> cleto: i put it in the trash. >> jimmy: wherever it was, my mother found it. cleto taught my little brother to fear a monster he named the penis man. if you didn't listen to cleto, the penis man would sneak into your bedroom and chop off your penis. kind of like the tooth fairy but not as fun. my mother would sometimes drive us to school. we had a big chevy impala station wagon. cleto would quietly i slip out of his pants and moon people from the back of our car. his little brown ass pressed up against the window right above a bumper sticker that said "the family that prays together stays together." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: every time we got in the car. and those are the stories that i can mention on television. there are about 200 others that i can't. but here's some pictures from that time. you can see there's me and cleto. cleto has the saxophone, i have my clarinet. this is part of the reason i
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here we are depleting some kind of a business transaction. taken during the great cake compromise of 1978. and there we are, our first time making love. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: happy birthday to you, cleto. >> cleto: thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can't wait till your kids turn >> cleto: yeah. >> jimmy: they're going to find out their father is a secret maniac. today is less notably the 25th anniversary of the world wide web becoming available to the public. a british scientist named tim burnersly, one of the pioneers, i the project started with the philosophy academic information should be freely available to anyone. then we immediately started using it for porn. it's hard to remember when the world was like without the internet. there was a time, we'll have to
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history, when we had no way finding out how fat all our friends have gotten since high school. the internet is a great place for crazy people to express themselves. last night hillary clinton was on our show. she's running for president, you may have heard. and she now seems to have a solid lead over donald trump. so the new thing which makes no sense to me at all is her opponents are questioning her health. a lot of people who do not like hillary clinton are saying, she's too sick to be president. they say she had a she won't be alive long. funny, you'd think those people would be happy if she isn't alive long. ers in, this is the new narrative. last night i challenged her to prove that she was healthy by opening a jar of pickles. and here's how that went. >> rrr! >> jimmy: oh, oh! did it! >> jimmy: so big deal, right, she opened pickles.
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got online you would think we faked the moon landing. this is a tweet from always trump. did anyone else notice hillary's pickle jar didn't pop on jimmy kimmel? it was preopened! #hillary'shealth, #hillary'spickles. another one, every unopened pickle jar on the planet pops when you break the air seal, except this one. #hillaryshealth. th writes, trump needs to get a cat on camera asap and open a jar with a seal pop, show her how it's done, hillary's pickles, picklegate. i think of it as a dill-ghazi but picklegate is true. firstly, we did not loosen the pickle jar. seco secondly, she opened a pickle
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a baby. the real story is and i'm only sharing this with you guys, there is no hillary clinton. there was no one sitting in that chair last night. that image you saw was like pete's dragon, done with cgi, which also happens to be the initials of the clinton global initiative. ta-dum! so think about that for a while, you pickleheads. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] donald trump's new angle is that the election is going to be rigged. the election will be rigged. but only if he loses. if he loses it was rigged. if he wins it wasn't. that's why he's a winner, really. it's that kind of thinking. trump was in akron, ohio, where he gave his supporters some cryptic election day instructions. >> you've got to get every one of your friends, you've got to get every one of your family, you've got to get everybody, to go out and watch.
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and when i say watch, you know what i'm talking about, right? you know what i'm talking about. >> jimmy: no, i don't. no one does. they're clapping but they don't. what does he think is going to happen? is hillary going to dress up in dozens of different outfits like madea and go around the country stuffing ballot boxes? the cnn facebook page broadcast a 20-minute live stream of donald trump's running mate mike pence getting a haircut. was in pennsylvania, he needed a haircut, they showed the whole thing live. here's how this important and riveting event wrapped up. >> perfect. >> it's been a pleasure, young man. >> all right, that's great. >> your name were? >> mike pence. >> mike pence. >> i'm the governor of the state of indiana but i'm running for vice president of the united states. >> go ahead, man. >> i am. >> whoo-hoo. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: maybe mike pence ought to open a pickle jar on the show. why did he think the cameras were there? did he think a kardashian had strolled into the room? we have a good show tonight. curtis jackson aka 50 cent is here with us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he is an actor, he's a producer, he's a rapper, he does a lot of things. and also i'm not sure you know this, he owns a highly successful chain of stores which now, from now until the end of the month, is having a big back to school sale. >> hey, kids. it's back to school time. where do you get the best [ bleep ] for the lowest price? the 50 cent store. not 99 cents. not 75 cents. 50 ces. back to school in style with thousands of items like gently used notebooks. 50 cents. pencil nubs. 50 cents.
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50 cents. recently expired lunchables. 50 cents. and whatever the [ bleep ] this is. 50 cents. do we have "star wars" lunch boxes? no. we have judge mathis lunch books. come on by the 50 cents store. you might be shocked. >> the 50 cents store, located at route 4 and myrtle behind da club. >> [ bleep ] 99 cent store [ bleep ]. >> all sales are final. >> jimmy: we have to take a break. we're going to play one of if not the least exciting game shows all-time, "on the money." we'll be right back with that so stick around. hey there. hi, i'm looking for a deal on an iphone... ...i was thinking, something along these lines. oh, okay.
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. robert randolph sitting in with the cletones. 50 cent action the way. news for those incarcerated or planning to be incarcerated, sometime in the near future, according to a new study from university of arizona of number one currency in prisons, which for a long tim cigarettes, is ramen noodles. i guess because the quality and quantity of food served has gone down, the value of ramen noodles in prison has gone up and it's what they use for money. they trade ramen for all sorts of things. as if it isn't hard enough to be in prison you have to decide whether you're a top ramen or bottom ramen. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. while on the subject of money, we played this once before.
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outside our studio a chance to win cash and to win that cash all they have to do is know who is on the money. cousin sal on the street is standing by with asia, how are you doing? >> i'm good, how are you? >> jimmy: good, has sal told you about this game? >> no, it's trivia. >> jimmy: what do you have in your hand? >> i have a balloon. >> jimmy: where cutting the heart baoo to it me. >> jimmy: that's nice, was he picking up on you? >> i think he was. >> jimmy: he was, okay. did you give him your phone number? >> i did not no. >> jimmy: so that doesn't work, i guess, okay. all right, i have a list. here's how this works. we'll start with a penny. >> a penny. >> jimmy: you have to tell us who is on the penny? if you guess right you get to take that penny home, all right? >> okay. >> jimmy: all right, asia, here we go. you'll have the chance to win even more as we go. asia, who is on the penny?
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>> jimmy: president lincoln is correct. there you go. you have a tough decision to make here. >> okay. >> jimmy: do you want to keep the penny? or do you want to try a nickel? >> a nickel. >> jimmy: okay, she's going to go for it, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] she's going to go for it. >> sal: you could take the penny and go make a wish in a fountain. sure you don't want to walk with >> jimmy: all right, okay. who is on the nickel? >> thomas jefferson? >> jimmy: that is correct. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're taking a beating all right. >> sal: this is good. >> jimmy: you can keep that 6 cents or you can jack it up to 16 cents if you can tell us who is on the dime. do you want to guess?
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>> i would guess. >> jimmy: she is going to go for it, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> sal: wow. >> jimmy: this is exciting. >> i have to go now? >> jimmy: who is on the dime? >> jefferson? i already said that. i don't know. >> sal: you said that. >> i know. >> sal: come on dig deep. >> i'm thinking. >> jimmy: we need an answer. >> i'm thinking, i'm thinking. i'm going to say -- i know it's not obama. [ laughter ] >> sal: it is obama! >> jimmy: no, it is not. you'll have to give that 6 cents back, so sorry. thanks for playing. we have a consolation prize, it's the "on the money home game." who do we have next? >> sal: how are you doing? >> jimmy: it's so much harder than you might imagine. mike, are you ready?
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the penny? >> lincoln. >> jimmy: lien cone is correct. you can keep that penny or tell us who is on the nickel. >> i'll go for it. >> jimmy: go for it, mike. >> jefferson. >> jimmy: that's correct. >> sal: walk away, i've seen too many people screw this up. >> jimmy: do you want to walk away? >> no. >> jimmy: who is on the dime? >> roosevelt. >> jimmy: oh, that is right. >> sal: wow. wow. >> jimmy: mike, you have 16 cents, do you want to pocket that, maybe go on a vacation? >> i'll go for the vacation. >> jimmy: you're going on vacation? >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, all right. you're leaving? yao or keep going? >> yes. >> jimmy: we're going to keep going, here we go, mike. [ cheers and applause ] >> sal: do you have any idea what you will do with the money if you won? >> not yet. >> jimmy: all right, mike. who is on the quarter? >> george washington. >> jimmy: george washington is
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remarkable stuff. >> jimmy: you have 41 cents. and our next -- do you want to go for the next coin? do you want to keep going up the ladder? >> sure. >> jimmy: who is on the 50 cent piece? >> john f. kennedy. >> jimmy: wow, that's right! [ cheers and applause ] >> sal: that's it. wow. >> great job, mike. great job. >> jimmy: 50, stay there. mike, don't go anywhere. >> jimmy: 50 will help you with the rest of the coins. i assume you know your coins, 50? >> i guess so. >> jimmy: okay. >> sal: i think we're on to paper. >> jimmy: we're into paper now. who is on the one dollar bill? >> george washington. >> jimmy: that is right. [ cheers and applause ] do you want to keep going? >> yes. >> jimmy: who is on the five dollar bill? >> abraham lincoln. >> jimmy: that is right. [ cheers and applause ] do you want to stop there? >> no. >> jimmy: okay.
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and you can get help from curtis. >> andrew jackson. >> jimmy: that is not right, i'm so sorry. it was alexander hamilton. >> i knew it. >> jimmy: star of the popular musical on broadway. >> sal: i told you to walk with 6 cents! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: 50, here's a question, who is on the 20 dollar bill? >> that was a trick question. >> sal: i'm going to give to it him, i don't want any trouble. >> jimmy: there's a 20 dollar bill. 50 cent is here, he's going to be with us in a second. thank you for playing "on the money." tonight music from kongos, from "narc cos" wagner moura is here. robert randolph is sitting in with the cletones, and we'll be right back with 50 cent. [ cheers and applause ]
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david was proud to be an american soldier. and i know i'm prejudiced because he was my son, but i don't think he had a mean bone in his body. there is not a day that i don't think about david. when i saw dald trump attack another gold star mother, i felt such a sense of outrage. "she was standing there, she had nothing to say..." then why would anyone in america think he would respect them.
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? >> jimmy: hi, there, welcome back. robert randolph sitting in with the cletones.
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"narcos" on netflix, wagner moura is here. he plays pablo escobar. then later, a band of brothers, this is their latest album. it's called "egomaniac" kongos from the samsung stage. tomorrow night, bob odenkirk will be here, kendall jenner will be with us and we'll have music from kiefer sutherland. and on thursday, natalie portman, usher, and music from jidenna. please join us for all of that. if there were an olympic gold medal for surviving gunshots our like michael phelps. he's a rapper, actor and producer with a popular show called "power" that airs sunday nights on starz. please welcome curtis "50 cent" jackson. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: you look very handsome. you know, i was thinking about
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you were on our second show ever. almost 14 years ago. >> i blew you up. >> jimmy: you did. you blew me up. you were wearing a bulletproof vest that time. you don't have to do that anymore. >> i had some interesting things going on then. >> jimmy: yeah, we both did in a way because i was sitting next to you not wearing a bulletproof vest. i imagine they bounce, too, and just ricochet to me. hey, it's our band leader cleo's birthday. [ cheers and applause ] do you get people coming up to you saying, "hey, shawty, it's your birthday" all the time? >> every birthday. >> jimmy: every birthday. >> once or twice out of the day. >> jimmy: once or twice out of the day? >> now it's different because everyone's telephone -- like my cousin's birthday, could you say happy birthday? >> jimmy: exactly, yeah. >> i'm the birthday guy. >> jimmy: you are the birthday guy. in a way it's kind of brilliant to write a song -- it's kind of
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>> every day someone's birthday. >> jimmy: it never gets old. stevie wonder had one, it was kind of popular, not nearly as popular. the beatles. i think that was the last big birthday song. you should do a christmas or hanukkah would be great too. >> you know something, i just got to get the right track for it. >> jimmy: we'll get you the right track. i got a whole -- up in my office it's loaded with tracks. [ laughter ] how old isou >> he's going to be 4. >> jimmy: 4 years old. [ cheers and applause ] do you sing it's your birthday to him? >> he knows i'm the birthday guy. >> jimmy: he knows the birthday guy. do you take him on the road with you when you're on tour? >> i haven't taken him on the road. because his mom, he's with his mother a lot. >> jimmy: right. kids are like that. >> they're good. especially boys. >> jimmy: they tend to hang around with their mother.
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there will be long stretches of time where you don't see him? >> yeah, i make sure i see him every time. they stay in los angeles. >> jimmy: they stay here in los angeles, very good. when you're with -- what sorts of thing dozen you do? i'm imagining you with a little kid and it amuses me. >> i just do whatever i can come up with i think a kid would be interested in. i'll go to chuck e. cheese. >> jimmy: really? >> you should see me in chuck e. cheese. i'm in there, i do subtle -- threatening other kids, like move. kids don't really -- they look at you like, what the [ bleep ] is the matter with you? did you see what he just did? >> jimmy: so that's his favorite place to go, chuck e. cheese? >> usually there's a deal, like to make a deal with them. sometimes i'll go places, would you be good? chuck e. cheese. all right, you want to go to chuck e. cheese? we shake on it, that's the deal. >> jimmy: does he abide by that deal?
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chuck e. cheese anyway? >> i take him places. i got this little system i'll be working. >> jimmy: what is the system, i'm curious. >> i say, you go over there and be cute. okay? >> jimmy: go over where? >> to the girls. >> jimmy: i see. >> you go over there, you be good, i'm going to come get you. okay? i got to do a couple of times to get him to do it but he'll go, and i'll go over, hey, how you doing? >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you're using your son as lady bait? >> i'm taking care. i'm like, hey, how you doing? fix his clothes, ain't nothing the matter with his clothes, still fixing his clothes. >> jimmy: unbelievable. >> it works. they're like, he's so cute. >> jimmy: there could be more just like him if you play your cards right. >> i'm almost sure i have them. >> jimmy: that pitch you threw at the mets game. you threw out the first pitch at the mets game. >> you can't keep talking about
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>> jimmy: i figure we need to put it behind us. let's show that. on the off chance anyone hasn't seen it. now that was -- >> look how high my arms got. i say, what the -- what's -- that was one of those moments. you watch professional baseball, pitches over 100 miles an hour. you just try to throw the ball too hard. >> jimmy: is that what the problem was? >> they cooperate, almost hit the came card. >> jimmy: of you, right. >> of my arm looking like it's broken. [ laughter ] why would you do that to someone? >> jimmy: so when somebody else throws out a first pitch and doesn't do so well, is that a good thing for you or a bad thing? >> i feel better about it. >> jimmy: you do, okay. >> but it doesn't make goit away because they do a the edit. >> jimmy: suddenly they recap. >> snoop [ bleep ] up.
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>> jimmy: i'm glad you brought up snoop. snoop threw out a pitch this summer at a padres game. whose do we think is worse? >> he's high. >> jimmy: but them side by side. we'll let the audience decide who who had the -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that might an push. might be a push. don't ever play catch with your son. >> yeah. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back, i need to ask you about your show "power." on which there was a surprise appearance from your actual penis. >> yeah, yeah? so curtis 50 cent jackson is here with us, we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ? how does a girl go from this...
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>> jimmy: we're back with curtis 50 cent. music from kongos. "power" is very popular, it's on
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i saw next week's episode. >> kind of crazy. >> jimmy: something completely crazy happens it in. we shouldn't probably say what happens. something crazier than that happened on an episode in which -- now the story was that somehow accidentally your penis got on the show. >> right. it was like -- but it wasn't like an accident. >> jimmy: right. >> on purpose. courtney, she's the writer, show writer for the show. she's like, you know, i didn't want to show it to you at the you needed to see it at that point. >> jimmy: you've seen it, yeah. >> yeah. i'm like -- when she said it i was -- you just have to take one for the team. she's like, i would do it but i just don't have one. >> jimmy: and that line of reasoning worked? >> yeah, i mean, the other characters, they have secox sces on the show. nobody's showing you the front. what's going on? my aunt sees the show, she's
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what's your aunt's name? >> geraldine. >> jimmy: that's great. geraldine, did she call you? >> she text med, why the [ bleep ] you didn't tell me? she had a whole different energy. i was like, yo, i didn't know either, i just cussed courtney out. >> jimmy: so you really didn't know that was going to be on? >> i knew it was there, i just didn't see it in the original clips, it was darker. >> jimmy: i see. >> then you didn't see it. then when you get ready -- it wasn't like on a big screen. like a life-sized version. >> jimmy: right. you were watching a monitor. >> yeah, 8-inch screen on your computer, it's different, it's dark. it's like, yo, i think i see -- and you know it's going on the app in 40 minutes. >> jimmy: and immediately became a gif people sent around. i watched it today reserve. >> it's a complex scene.
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rehearse. >> jimmy: right. >> i could do that for you, right? >> jimmy: this scene you're touching yourself. >> yeah, i'm like -- >> jimmy: right. >> the girl's standing on the side. she's concerned because i've been standing there for a while. i feel like i'm just out here. while she's actually in it -- i'm like -- >> jimmy: right, right. i don't know if we can show that. by the way, hillary clinton was in that seat last night. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> i know, i saw her with pickle jar? she was playing with a pickle too. well, it's always a pleasure to see you. i'm glad everything is going so well. the show is "power," it airs sunday nights on starz. curtis 50 cent jackson, everybody. be right back with wagner moura! [ cheers and applause ] ?
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music from kongas. our next guest is a golden globe-nominated actor from brazil who plays a colombian drug kingpin named pablo in the great show "narcos" season two premore meres september 2nd on netflix. please say hello to wagner moura! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: first of all i want to say i love the show, i love "narcos," i think it's a fantastic show. [ cheers and applause ] you particularly do an unbelievably great job on that show. is that fun playing pablo escobar? >> i wouldn't say it's exactly like fun. but it's -- we have a great environment. despite of the subject that we are dealing with. >> jimmy: right, right. >> we have a lot of fun. >> jimmy: you're playing a very bad guy. >> he's kind of bad, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah.
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star of the show you kind of root for him a little bit when you're watching it. >> yeah. >> jimmy: especially because the show is like over if he's gone, i guess, right? or they will continue with it? >> i hope they do. >> jimmy: because we know how it ends. there are no spoilers. there's much to say. >> to say about drug dealing, yeah. >> jimmy: about drug dealing, yeah. you flew in from rio a couple of daze ago. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: and where the olympics were being held. >> yeah, exactly. and i just arrid. and i would like to ask you a favor. >> jimmy: yes. >> our luggage just disappeared. >> jimmy: did it really? >> yeah, in american airlines. it's not in brazil, it's not here in united states either. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> if you could help me. say something to american airlines. like, it's black luggage, this big -- >> jimmy: it's black, that narrows it down. >> yeah, yeah. say something. >> jim: i think it's better
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have some. >> jimmy: you're much thinner than you are on the show. >> yeah, i lost a lot of weight yeah. >> jimmy: you have to gain weight for the role? >> i gained like 40 pounds to do it. then when i wrapped i just felt that i really had to go back -- not only to go back to my former weight but to get rid of that energy, of that character. that i spent years with it. >> jimmy: wow, uh-huh. >> i did this very cool diet, vegan diet that made me feel -- i lost weight, and at the same time, i felt like -- >> jimmy: you felt good. >> good. >> jimmy: then you went back to the character, you had to again pack it on? >> no, my guy is going to be killed. >> jimmy: oh, okay. [ laughter ] >> he's going to -- yeah. >> jimmy: it's not quite season 2. >> he's going to die. >> jimmy: no spoiler alert there. you were in rio during the olympics? >> i was and we went to see most of the things we saw. >> jimmy: you did, great. >> yeah, yeah. we saw on tv most of them. >> jimmy: i see.
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bolt. >> jimmy: usain bolt, yes. >> we went to see him. unfortunately, we got like really bad seats. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> like -- actually the worst ones. so we saw him. and i was like, who is bolt? the guy in front of everyone! the little ant with the yellow shirt! >> jimmy: i would think you would have great seats in rio at the olympics. >> yeah, they offered me, but they wanted me t in front of a poster of beer. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> i decided to buy my own. thanks. it wasn't a good idea. >> jimmy: that was a good bad idea, you should definitely have taken the picture. the kids are like, dad, you can't just take a picture in front of some beer for god's sake. >> they had fun though. >> jimmy: it was fun? >> yeah, it was. >> jimmy: what do you think of ryan lochte? as a citizen of rio, a brazilian? >> i mean --
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go back and spread the word -- >> i don't want to be rude but it was really bad. >> jimmy: it was bad. >> it wasn't cool at all. and we were -- the olympics were like -- we were really -- i think it ended up being better than it was. >> jimmy: it turned out -- >> than we expected it to be. >> jimmy: everyone was predicting that it's going to be terrible. >> tragedy. because brazil is going through a very -- it's a very bad political and social moment. so it's your wife, a horrible discussion with your wife, and then having people coming over to have dinner. >> jimmy: for a party. >> it's just bad timing to host the olympics in brazil. but it ended up being much better than we thought it would be, actually. >> jimmy: do you feel like those people coming over for dinner during the fight helped bring people together? >> yeah, i think they had a lot of fun. you know. i think so, yeah. >> jimmy: they did, okay.
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parts of the city. >> brazil is one thick that we know how to do is party. so the party was great. >> jimmy: are you a partier in general? >> no, not really. >> jimmy: you are not. >> no. >> jimmy: you're the rare non-partier in rio. >> yeah. >> jimmy: when you shot "narcos" you shot in colombia. >> i moved to colombia, spent two years living in colombia. >> jimmy: another party place. >> another party place, another great place to live. but it was really hard for me. the first season, my family was in brad, i was in colombia, they were in rio. the second season i brought them to live with me and it was great. my kids, they went to colombian schools so they learned spanish. >> jimmy: they had to learn to speak spanish. >> it was really cool. >> jimmy: you speak portugese in brazil? >> we speak portuguese in bra brazil. >> jimmy: it's all very confusing. >> he doesn't speak spanish why?
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>> jimmy: what is your background in brazil as an actor? i have some photographs that i assume are from a movie or television show or something. but i don't know, maybe -- personal life? >> this was a tv show. i started doing television in brazil. it was a comedy show where we used to play all the characters of the show. it was four actors. >> jimmy: i see. >> and we did like -- >> jimmy: what was the show called? >> "sexo fragile." fragile sex. yeah. >> jimmy: and you would -- >> there's my marilyn. that was my goal when we wrapped the second season, i want to get back to that dress. >> jimmy: into that dress, yeah. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know if you have any plans for work but you could make a lot of money on hollywood boulevard in this outfit. >> yeah, yeah. i hope so, yeah.
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can't wait to see the show. september 2nd. "narcos" returns to netflix. be right back with the kongas! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank curtis "50 cent" jackson, wagner moura and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, their album is called "egomaniac" here with the song "take it from me" kongos! ?
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its own and it stings ? ? nothing can stop me nothing holds me back think you could slow me down knock me off my track ? ? nothing can stop me nothing holds me back ? ? think you could slow me down there ain't no turning back ? ? take it from me it got a mind of its own and it stings ? ? nothing can stop me ? think you could slow me down there ain't no turning back ? ? take it from me take it from me ?
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