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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everyone. thank you very much. that's very nice. relax, relax. this is embarrassing. very nice. i thank you. i'm jimmy, i'm the host. here at the beautiful brooklyn academy of music. all right, enough! thank you, thank you. relax. not like i'm dying or anything. but i appreciate it. thanks for welcoming me. thanks, i welcome you right back. it is great to be in brooklyn, new york. [ cheers and applause ] last night we had a great lineup. last night we took a whole audience, 2,000 people, down the
block to the big jay-z concert at barclay's. tickets. and he's great. but his wife. let me tell you something. there's a thing that happens when beyonce walks onstage. it doesn't matter if you're assistant manager at petco or a couples therapist or a 400-pound exconvict with a tattoo of a spider web on your neck. when beyonce starts dancing you start dancing too it's involuntary. i love it in brooklyn. i will say it's very strange to be in a place that still allows the open consumption of gluten on the streets. i'm trying to enjoy it while i still can. guillermo and i have been eating line a couple of pizza rats all week. where is guillermo, by the way? >> jimmy: he's going to make an
[ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hell of an entrance. all right. you know that entrance comes with a circumcision, right? >> guillermo: no, no! >> jimmy: that's guillermo. out late last night? >> guillermo: no, i went to my room. to watch the baseball game. >> jimmy: the baseball game, how about those mets? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: from wrigley field in chicago game four of the series between the mets and cubs. mets going for the sweep. it's a funny thing being a mets fan. cousin sal and i were talking about this. we love the mets. even though they're winning we haven't enjoyed one minute of the series or didn't enjoy the dodgers series because every time the mets win we feel like we're being set up for something
know what i mean? we're waiting for the chair to be pulled out from underneath us. and i will tell you, it's no way to live. it's a sick thing. there are a lot of -- i've been talking to mets fans. this seems to be a common thing. mets fans are miserable. pessimistic. and superstitious. >> the higher the climb, the harder the fall. that's sort of the mood of the moment with mets fans going into the next two games. they're cautiously optimistic. and they're getting a little bit superstitious too. >> come here, get the crowd going with "let's go mets." >> i don't watch the mets without this jersey. >> i don't watch the game with my wife, she's bad luck. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know, seems like she's a pretty lucky lady to me. after a lot of speculation, vice president joe biden today announced that he is not running for president of the united states. he made the announcement this afternoon from the rose garden at the white house. it's weird to hold a press conference to say you're not doing something, right? like announcing to your
proposing. biden said the window is closed on a presidential campaign, which is true. the election is only 13 months away. there's barely enough time to put a suit on. but this is obviously good news for hillary clinton, who celebrated the announcement today by slightly loosening her grip on a young campaign staffer's throat. so congratulations. whether this is good or bad news for bernie sanders remains to be seen. senator sanders is on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he's a senator from vermont but he was born and raised right here in brooklyn. it's an interesting field right now. bernie sanders would be america's first jewish president. hillary clinton would be america's first female president. and donald trump would be america's last president of either sex. [ laughter ] whether bernie gets the nomination or not he must be excited about this. people are dressing their babies
bernjamin button. halloween, trick-or-treating is the most delicious form of socialism there is. have you seen the trailer for the new "star wars" movie? [ cheers and applause ] monday night they released what they're calling the final trailer for "star wars: the force awakens." this takes place in space, which is fun. the movie doesn't come out until december 18th and the plot is top secret. all we know is that the force awakens. and the last thing it remembers is getting a drink from bill cosby. [ drumroll ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: because we're in brooklyn we thought it would be fun to ask our local crew, some of the people working on the show who live in brooklyn, let's see our local crew. we asked these guys to revoice the "star wars" trailer using, instead of the actors, using
here's how that came out. >> hey, what's up? how's everything? everything all right? what's new? >> whoa! echo! >> hey, ho, wait up, why don't you keep up you [ bleep ] volleyball! >> wow, it's hot as balls in here. >> oh, what the [ bleep ]? >> nothing will stand in our way. i'm going to finish what you started. oh my god, what happened to your [ bleep ] face? >> aah! oh, no! oh my god! it's freaking stories about what happened here! >> hey, turn left! >> and it's true. all that [ bleep ]. the dark side. >> whoop! hey, how you doing? >> how you doing? >> where the [ bleep ] you think
>> they're real. hand to [ bleep ] god. >> watch out! >> hey, ho! >> what's wrong with you! >> oh! >> move over! >> come on that's right you think you're tough, tough guy? calling. >> take a message. >> i'm not your [ bleep ] secretary. >> hey, yo, star wars, fuggetaboudit. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] chew. thanks, guys. you're all going to be movie stars. nicely done. [ cheers and applause ] speaking of classic movie franchises, this is a special show tonight. michael j. fox is in the opera house. [ cheers and applause ] michael, of course, is the man who taught millions of american children that you can skateboard behind a truck. today is a big day for fans of "back to the future" the movies. today is october 21st, 2015. it is the date to chip marty
[ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> great scott! >> doc, doc, where are we? >> according to my calculations this is the year 2015, marty. the future! >> well, 2015, that's -- that's heavy. all these people must have got here in their flying cars. >> jimmy: you know what, we never figured out flying cars, actually. we never did figure that out. >> oh. who are you? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm sorry, my name is jimmy kimmel, you time traveled into the middle of my talk show. >> you have a talk show? >> jimmy: yeah.
carson? >> jimmy: oh. he passed -- johnny carson passed away. >> no! >> i did not know that. >> jimmy: yeah, he did. i'm sorry you had to find out on tv. i mean, it's -- yeah. but it was quite a while ago. he was older. >> tv, are people watching us on tv right now? >> jimmy: yeah, people are. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: people are watching us on tv right now. honestly, most people will probably watch us on their phones on the toilet tomorrow. [ laughter ] >> that's -- that's gross. >> jimmy: it's better than it sounds. not so terrible. it's really actually kind of fun. >> so -- you haven't invented flying cars yet? >> jimmy: no, we have not, yeah. >> you at least have hover boards? >> jimmy: they call them hover boards but they're not really hover boards. yeah.
>> did you achieve peace in the middle east? >> jimmy: oh, no, no, no. >> are the cubs in the playoffs? >> jimmy: yeah, they actually are. [ cheers and applause ] cubs are in the playoffs. unless they got eliminated. the mets are in the playoffs too, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's good. if you don't mind me asking, what the hell have you guys been doing for 30 years? >> jimmy: let's see. 30 years. oh, you know what? we invented this thing called a cronut. part doughnut. they put them together. and it's actually quite delicious. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is very exciting. sucks. >> yeah. apparently -- the technological and cultural achievements of
underwhelming. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: smile. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> what is this? >> jimmy: this is -- i'm taking a selfie with you guys. this is how we document important life events now. yeah. >> is this some sort of portable telecommunication device? actually -- this is the best thing about the future. it's called a smartphone. >> great scott! it's a tiny super computer! >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. it is. >> this must allow -- astrophysicists to triangulate complex equations -- in realtime -- >> jimmy: well, yeah, i guess it
mainly we use to it send smiley faces to each other. pictures of eggplants. that sort of thing. it's not really what we use it for. >> what's a grinder? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh. that's -- that's nothing. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's nothing. edit that out. can i get that -- >> excuse me, fellows? i know this sounds a little ridiculous. but you're going to -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you got a problem? >> you're going to have to keep it down. you see, you're just too darn loud. >> jimmy: you know what? huey lewis is saying we're too darn loud and huey lewis is always right. if you'll just give me that, thank you very much. >> what happened to the clock tower? >> jimmy: oh, the clock tower is -- that's been gone for a long time.
they tore it down and built a buffalo wild wings. what? a few months ago he lost his job -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's working as our -- he's working for us as our stage manager now. >> hello, buttheads! >> hey, biff. 1985 he became a rich egomaniacal casino owner and ruined the world. >> jimmy: no, i know who you're talking about. that guy's running for president right now. yeah. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's doing very well, actually. >> doc, i thought you said that the future was kind of -- you know, good.
i believe we may have inadvertently traveled into an alternate 2015. >> huh. >> where human evolution has been stopped. >> huh. >> by superfluous technology. >> jimmy: well -- >> and biff reigns supreme. >> jimmy: he does. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sorry you're disappointed. >> marty. i need you to stay here while i travel back to 1985, figure out where this all went wrong, and repair the space-time continuum. >> jimmy: oh, wow. all right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: doc? doc? you're not going to take the
car? hey, can i ask you one question before you go? i know you're not supposed to tell people their future. but do you know how i'm going to die? >> yes. >> jimmy: will you tell me? >> next week. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah? >> a bunch of angry children tear you to shreds. >> jimmy: why? >> when you tell their mothers to take away their halloween candy. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: doc brown, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's dealing with a lot right now. it was really brave to have you here, marty. when we come back, michael j. fox is going to be with us. >> teen wolf! >> jimmy: teen wolf, that's right. we'll be right back with teen
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>> jimmy: welcome back. we are in brooklyn, new york. i want to thank christopher lloyd and his pal marty mcfly for dropping by. thanks to huey lewis and the news, you can see them live at barclays center on new year's eve just down the street with jimmy buffet. that or any jimmy buffet performance. thanks to biff henderson. guillermo, watch your back, biff is around. you could be out. >> jimmy: tonight on the show we have the democratic presidential hopeful and senator from the is here. [ cheers and applause ] a talented trio that consists of big boi and phantom gram. this is their album. tomorrow night on the show, bradley cooper, joyce behar, paul shaffer will be sitting in
from esperanza spalding. and friday night howard stern and public enemy will be here. our first guest tonight foresaw the future and relived the past in three of the best movies ever, the "back to the future 30th anniversary trilogy" on dvd and blu-ray now. please welcome america's favorite person, michael j. fox! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome. how are you? >> jimmy: thanks so much for it was really the thrill of my life. are those the shoes? >> these are the -- they're air mags. >> jimmy: it's great.
>> the thing with these is they made -- they make more sense. they'd only be available by auction to benefit our foundation. mark tucker from nike brought them today. they lace up. >> jimmy: they lace up on their own? >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. awesome. what a time saver, huh? >> it's fun being me. >> jimmy: that's pretty great. you graduated high school here >> i did in a way. >> jimmy: in a way? >> i went to high school in canada. vancouver. >> jimmy: it's not a sad story. he became famous. >> it's okay. cautionary tale. except that i really hit it big. but it was -- yeah, i got invited by a high school in brooklyn, john dewy high school --
>> i was like 22 years old. i was just doing "family ties." just started "family ties." [ cheers and applause ] they invited me to come and graduate with the class. give me an honorary diploma. which i thought sounded great. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i freaked out about going to brooklyn, i'd never been to brooklyn. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> it's like where "welcome back cotter" was from, this magical place. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i had no idea how to give a commencement speech, i'd never been to a graduation. hadn't been to my own, hadn't been to any. i gave a five-minute talk about how cool it was for me to be in brooklyn. and they were all kind of -- you know. like not impressed. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> but then they stood and up shook everybody's hand as the students came through, shook the hand. one of the best brooklyn moments was this guy puts his hand out, last minute slips out this [ bleep ] you finger. i was like, yes, i'm in
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's brooklyn. by that you mean his middle finger, yes? >> yes. >> jimmy: is "back to the future" the thing people ask you about most? >> yeah. especially lately. >> jimmy: especially lately, sure, yeah. >> yeah, i get questions about hover boards and flying cars. i would say the one thing that they really got right was marty mcfly's receding hairline. >> jimmy: they really didn't. this is what you were supposed to look like. they predicted you'd look like at 47 years old. and i have to say -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they have you like a young donald trump, looks like. the two family ties around the neck that never caught on. >> it does look like donald trump. >> jimmy: there is a donald trumpiness to it. >> yuge! >> jimmy: do you remember reading script for the movie for
the first time? >> well, first time i read it, i didn't read it. i was -- they wanted to hire me for -- at the beginning, i didn't know this, i was doing "teen wolf," thinking my career was over. [ laughter ] they were talking to steven spielberg and talking to gary goldberg at "family ties" about letting me out to do this movie. gary couldn't let me out, we had too many shows to do. the show was just starting to do well and he didn't want to lose his actor. so he didn't tell me about it. he just declined. and so they started to make it with another actor. they shot for five weeks. and it was great. really good actor. eric stoltz. but it didn't work out. so they went back to gary and said, can we have him now? gary said, i think we can make it work now. and so i went to gary's office and he had a script in an envelope. and he said, why don't you read this, steven spielberg, they want you to do this movie, i said you couldn't do it, now i'm letting you do it, read the script.
said, "best script i ever read." he said i could do it as long as i did "family ties" in the daytime, showed up regular and did my work, said i could do that at night. >> jimmy: in the morning on the set with the keatons, on the hover board at night? wow, this is pretty crazy and kind of a miss, i thought. they didn't come out with the marty mcfly action figure until this year. this is the marty mcfly action figure. >> jimmy: it's pretty great. do you get any kind of say on this? >> yeah, i get approval on it. i thought it looked okay. details are great. one thing, originally they had this thing going right up my ass. so i said, this has got to be redesigned. so it's a nonviolated marty mcfly. >> jimmy: you think marty mcfly would have a fly but it's velcro. [ laughter ]
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getting a lot of support from very young people. who might not have been interested in politics before. >> that's right. >> jimmy: i think a lot of it is because certainly your positions. some of your positions i think are very interesting. in particular, you want college to be free. i think that's something -- something that resonates -- [ cheers and applause ] >> you know, here's the simple reality. this is the year 2015. everybody knows that a college degree today is more or less the equivalent what was a high school degree was 50 years ago, right? >> jimmy: true. >> we have free public education through high school. i think in a very competitive global economy what we have to say, if we want to compete, we've got to have colleges and universities tuition-free in the united states of america. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: another idea that i think is something i have not -- this is something i've never heard before. you want to make post offices into banks. >> well, what i want to see -- >> jimmy: provide banking at the post office. >> we have millions and millions
of low-income people who have to go to payday lenders and pay outrageous interest rates. they're getting ripped off right and left. we can have our postal service provide modest banking to low-income people where they can cash their checks and they can do banking. i think it will help the post office, it will help millions of low-income people. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's a very interesting idea. i have -- what is your stance on marijuana? [ laughter ] and this is a really serious issue. we have more people in jail earth. you all know that? we have large numbers of lives that have been destroyed because of this war on drugs. and because people were caught i think we have got to end the war on drugs. [ cheers and applause ]
elsewhere. you know, but i am not unfavorably disposed to moving toward the legalization of marijuana. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: would you be open to the idea -- because i think you could combine ideas -- maybe have postal carriers deliver marijuana to people? [ cheers and applause ] >> that will get rid of the federal deficit pretty quickly, won't it? look, here's where we are. our country today faces some huge problems. in terms of income and wealth inequality, very rich are getting richer, everybody else is getting poorer. we have a campaign finance system and super pacs which are really undermining american democracy and really create a lot of, in a sense, a corrupt system. so what this campaign is about is trying to bring people together. young people, working people, to say, this is a radical idea, maybe the united states government should represent the middle class and working families, rather than just the
>> jimmy: some of these people are your supporters. some of your supporters say you're not electable, they say you're too old, they say you're too far left, they say you don't bother to brush your hair. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how do you respond to something like that? people say, why bother supporting this guy, he's not going to be president? >> fair question, let me answer in two respects. if you look at polls out there, turns out in many of the polls i am doing better than hillary is against donald trump. we're doing better. number two, when republicans win, god forbid. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] when they win, jimmy, voter turnout is very low. we've got millions of people are really discouraged and have given up on the political process.
we have brought out in this campaign over 250,000 people to meetings, we have 650,000 our campaign, we have a real grassroots campaign. and i believe that if i am the democratic nominee, you're going to see voter turnout go way up. i think we're going to win the white house. i think we recapture the senate. we do well in the house. we win governors' chairs. our job is not just defeat republicans, our job is to revitalize american democracy, bring people who have given up on the political system back into the system and create a government which represents them rather than large campaign donors. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you said a moment ago, you said god forbid. you say you're culturally jewish. you don't feel religious. do you believe in god and do you think that's important to the people of the united states? >> you know, i am who i am. and what i believe in and what my spirituality is about is that
that i think it is not a good thing to believe that as human beings we can turn our backs on the suffering of other people. that we should not be living -- [ cheers and applause ] and this is what pope francis is talking about. this is judaism. that we cannot worship just billionaires and the making of more and more money. life is more than that. we're living in a nation which is seeing a proliferation of millionaires and billionaires, massive income/wealth inequality. and you know what? we have the highest rate of childhood poverty of any major country on earth. we are the only major country on earth that doesn't guarantee health care to all people as a right. the only country that doesn't have paid family and medical leave. many other countries are providing free tuition in their public colleges and universities. so essentially what i think is, we do best as human beings.
work together rather than say, hey, i want it all and i don't care about the hungry kid down the street. i don't think that's what america should be about. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'll ask you one more question. i'm still interested in this. i could talk to you for an hour and a half. what did you think of larry david's impersonation of you on "saturday night live"? >> well -- i thought it was -- pretty, pretty, pretty good! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: bernie sanders, everybody. thank you, senator. be right back with big grams! >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by jet blue.
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to make a band together. here with the song "my drum machine" with help from the brooklyn express drum line, big grams. i got my drum machine i got my drum machine i got my drum machine i got my drum machine ya never scared holmes like a true player running out the end zone known to put in the friend zone but only by request like a big song not my own antwan andre patton senior bitch what's hatt'n n i see ya and i see ya and i see ya and i see ya in the rearview mirror i think we see this it clearer
chins all in yo' jaw i'm in thicker than a snicker boi or slimmer than a slim jim dinner time records cuz we always eating din din i got my drum machine i got my drum machine i got my drum machine three two one eight oh eight nine-oh-nine s-p-twelve lin drum eight oh eight nine-oh-nine s-p-twelve now what you talkin' bout can you beat it like a drum tell me baby is it really what you want can you crank it louder until we wake the neighbors up i'll make the perfect sound if you got the magic
got my drum machine i got my drum machine i got my drum machine i got my drum machine i got my drum machine three two one eight oh eight nine-oh-nine s-p-twelve lin drum eight oh eight nine-oh-nine s-p-twelve now what you talkin' bout this be that jedi rap it and i'm your captain come on my space craft to see happening the bass stay dropping 808 straight jamming disrespectfully with no manners keep heat like the flame below the mantel freak beats and make examples might start to see it clearer but the 808 is banging i can't seem to fight the feeling from my drum machine i beat my drum i got my drum machine i beat my drum
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i want to thank michael j. fox, bernie sanders, christopher lloyd, biff henderson, huey lewis and the news, these guys and big grams. i want to apologize to -- apparently matt damon is still back in l.a. sorry, matt. yeah, we can't hear you, i'm very, very sorry. we gave him -- sorry. maybe tomorrow night, loser. "nightline" is next. we'll see you back in the future