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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's ?jimmy kimmel live?! tonight -- eddie murphy. from "stranger things" gaten matarazzo. and music from schoolboy q featuring e-40. and now, you know what? here's jimmy kimmel! ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thanks for coming. thanks for watching. i'm glad you're here. i'm glad i'm here tonight. we have a great show for you. eddie murphy is here with us tonight.
i was looking over eddie murphy's imdb page this afternoon. you know, he's been in a lot of stuff. really. did you know he was in "beverly hills cop?" [ laughter ] eddie's here to promote his new movie "mr. church" which is a very moving, very poignant drama about a cook who moves in with a little girl and her dying mother who takes care of them. he plays the cook. he plays the dying mother and the little girl. he's amazing. [ laughter ] he does it "stranger things" on netflix the breakout star of that program, gaten matarazzo is here. [ cheers and applause ] let's check in with him just to say hello because -- i want to do this the way -- [ laughter ] gaten, are you there? over? >> i'm here, jimmy. over. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you doing, gaten? over. >> pretty good.
[ laughter ] >> my pleasure. what time is the show over? over. >> jimmy: well, eddie murphy will be here, and then you and then schoolboy q and then it's over. over. >> awesome. and how's this bit going over? over. >> jimmy: i don't know. how's this bit going over? [ cheers and applause ] it seems to be going over. over. >> over and out. >> jimmy: over [ cheers and applause ] have you guys seen the new iphone 7? [ laughter ] all right. last night north korea -- you know that place, right? north korea conducted what they claim was a successful test of their biggest nuclear warhead yet. so congrats to them. i'm glad they're finally figuring that out. will someone please tell kim jong un they like his new glasses and he looks like he
of course this north korean -- the north korean news was ecstatic. this is a real report from the north korean news service. and yes, in case you were wondering, their anchor people do wear pink pajamas on camera. ? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a dude, by the way. [ laughter ] don't worry, though. donald trump is going to take care of all of this. how do you fight crazy hair?
some interesting photos of donald trump were released today from the year 2000. there he is at the u.s. open with his girlfriend melania, president clinton and a lady in a playboy bunny shirt. how perfect is this photograph? look at those two bitter enemies sizing each other up. it looks like the first three minutes of a girls gone wild video. it represents the united states at its peak. before 9/11, before horny dudes yukking it up with a couple of swimsuit models. [ laughter ] this is probably why trump hates hillary. she ruined this for them. she took his wing man away. there's a bunch of photos released. this is a good one, too. there they are shaking hands while a young chris christie tries to squeeze in behind them to get to the snack table. those are the days. but things are different now.
and then sometimes we slow you down even more. this is a new edition of drunk donald trump. >> inner city, and i mean any one of them. any one of them. [ slowed down ] any inner city in america. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know, in addition to serving as host of this show i also serve the state of california as a tv judge. i have my own courtroom show on which i hear real cases from real litigants we found in small claims court, litigants who for some reason are willing to have their cases heard by judge james. >> this is the plaintiff sandra evans. she claims the preprom champagne party she hired the defendant to
she's seeking $1,000 in damages. this is the defendant. jawanda turner. she maintains she delivered the party the plaintiff requested and went above and beyond to throw a spectacular senior soiree. it's the case of champagne in the ass. >> raise your right hand. >> what you are about to witness is real. the participants are not actors. they're actual both parties have agreed to drop their claims, to have their case decided here by judge james. >> please rise for judge james. >> jimmy: you said please rise. they were already standing. >> oh. >> jimmy: okay. [ laughter ] you may be seated. >> the litigants has been swear in, your honor.
[ laughter ] >> the cases, i think. >> jimmy: they've been sworn in? >> yes. >> jimmy: thank you very much. sandra evans? >> yes. >> jimmy: you are suing shawanda turner and j & j party rental for $1,000 because you claim she ruined the preprom champagne party you hired her to throw for your daughter marshay? >> yes. >> jimmy: you're asking for $550.15 for the cost of the party. and $449.50 professionalism. is that correct? >> yes. >> jimmy: and mrs. turner? >> hello. >> jimmy: you claim you went above and beyond to throw the plaintiff's daughter a spectacular party and she's doing this for the money, correct? >> yes. >> jimmy: tell us what happened. >> the first day she came, she put up a tent and she put up drapes in my garage. she took some satin sheets that she draped the garage with out of a trash bag. and i was like, this is not
she told me that's the look and just kept on walking. >> jimmy: do we have any photographs? >> yes, i have photos. >> jimmy: you see the wrinkles here. but i also see creases in the material itself. were you unable to iron those out? >> they don't come out, your honor. >> jimmy: they do not come out. >> that's the design of that particular material. >> jimmy: all right. >> excuse me, your honor. the whole thing was tacky. the whole decoration site was tacky. >> jimmy: also i want to ask >> she was mad when she came outside and saw everything. >> jimmy: so this is a photograph of you angry? >> yes. >> jimmy: and so you wanted to take the picture just to capture that moment. and i can see that you've got your hand in the air and you're waving it around like you do care, not like you just don't care. yes? >> yes. >> jimmy: tell me about this party. what is a preprom champagne party? >> it's the party before you go off to prom so you can show off your dress and just take
>> jimmy: your friends come to this party? >> yes. >> jimmy: and do you drink champagne? >> i ordered apple cider for her with her names on the little bottles and everything like that. and instead of her bringing me apple cider she brought me peach cider. >> jimmy: and was that disappointing to you, that you had beach cidside peach cider ie cider? >> we asked for that certain drink and she brought something different. >> jimmy: may i ask who are you? >> i'm her stepfather. >> jimmy: stepfather. preprom party? >> yes, i was. >> jimmy: did you drink the cider? >> no, i didn't drink the cider. >> jimmy: would you have been disappointed if you found out it was peach cider and not the apple cider? >> well, if i specifically say apple and i'm paying for it, i should get apple. >> jimmy: did this cause you any emotional distress? >> when i got there and i seen it, it was horrible. i mean, i started laughing because i gave her a hard time. she said it was $600. it looked like $6.
turner, that the party was what you promised? >> yes, it was over and beyond what i promised. >> jimmy: it was beyond what you promised. did you indicate you were unhappy to the defendant? >> yes, i did. she came with the balloons. they were very disnate flated. >> jimmy: were the balloons disflated? >> no, your honor. >> they looked dusty and dirty. >> jimmy: did you have something to add? >> my name is shay. i've been a client for the last four years. i use her for all my children's events and also my daughter's prom last year. >> jimmy: would you say you love her? >> um. >> jimmy: you're under oath. >> i think she is a very professional -- >> jimmy: you didn't answer the question. would you say you love her? >> no, your honor. our relationship is professional. >> excuse me, your honor. >> jimmy: yes. >> that's not what you asked
question. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's talk about the emotional distress here. how did you arrive at the figure of $449.50 for emotional distress? >> i had to clean a lot of things that she did bring to me. i did a lot of work. i was already stressed out -- >> jimmy: you were emotionally distressed out. >> yes, i was stressed out. my daughter was very upset about it. this is a very important day to us. >> jimmy: so you weren't quite emotionally distressed $449.50? [ laughter ] >> it has to have been a typo. >> jimmy: i'll be right back with my ruling. >> will judge james pin a corsage on the plaintiff or does he find the defendant's testimony to be just peachy, and will this witness ever admit her true feelings about the defendant? judge james' verdict when we return. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: when we come back, the
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cc1 te [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. tonight on the show, music from schoolboy q, from "stranger things" gaten matarazzo is here and we'll be here with eddie murphy. i wonder if he went to his prom. we're in the middle of a pretty hot case right now. we'll take you back to the courtroom for my final verdict in tonight's prom-themed edition of "judge james." >> the plaintiff claims the preprom party was a preproblem. this party planner promises it
perfect. judge james is about to rule. let's listen. >> all rise for judge james. he's coming back from the restroom. >> i was in my chambers, not the restroom. >> oh. >> jimmy: thank you. miss turner, may see the photos you showed ms. evans before you were hired? >> can i take it >> jimmy: may i look through these? >> here, your honor. >> jimmy: who's this naked person? >> should be no one on that phone. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm just kidding. so there are no photographs of the satin fabric here. i will say i looked it up and that fabric -- >> your honor. everybody can sit down. i forgot. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. [ laughter ]
a prison cell. okay, bailiff? >> okay. sorry. >> jimmy: the material that was used in the backdrop is called crinkled fabric. it is supposed to be crinkled. i don't think it's supposed to have a fold going through the middle of it. but that is the look. i did verify that using the worldwide web slash internet. i understand why you were unhappy with some parts of the party. i think the defendant did deliver most of what she promised. i'm going to rule in partial favor of the plaintiff and that is not a typo. >> all right. let's go. >> so the case of broken prepromises has concluded. judge james has rendered his verdict. let's talk to the plaintiffs. how are you? >> hello. >> how did that go for you? are you happy with the decision? >> not really. i felt that she deserved to pay more.
now, very crucial element of the trial came down to whether or not you could tell the difference between an apple and a peach. do you believe you can? >> yes, i can. >> i'm going to put you to the test. hold on one second. will you hold that? and put this on. this blindfold. i'm going to give you one and then the other. you can't see, right? okay. here is one. don't touch it. good. good. that's one. all right. tell me >> apple, then peach. >> apple, then beach. she's good. she's really good. thank you. leave that on, please. the bailiff will help you out. thank you. and you may have these. i'll take this back. all right? >> on the next "judge james" -- >> jimmy: you paid the defendant $3,239 for two louis vuitton handbags. >> i have no purses, no wallets at all. >> jimmy: how have you been carrying your things? >> i have other purse. >> jimmy: you have another purse. is this correct? >> parsh.
parsh? >> i didn't say it all. >> jimmy: please don't use language like that in my court again or i'll have you destroyed. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show we have music from schoolboy q and e-40. from "stranger things" gaten matarazzo. and we'll be right back with eddie murphy. ? [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: portions of "jimmy twitter to learn what they're up to this nfl season. s a dinosaur. flying... i wanna show you my fierce moves now. ? ? uh, robot space look... cool. they have hearts on the knees! i love being me, and everyone should love being theirselves. say hello to cat & jack! hello, how are you? kids clothing with an imagination of its own.
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight from the exceptionally binge-worthy netflix series "stranger things," 14-year-old gaten matarazzo is here. he turned 14 yesterday. i love this kid. you're going to love then this is his latest album. it's called "blank face lp." schoolboy q featuring e-40 from the samsung outdoor stage. our first guest tonight is one of the funniest people in the history of people. he's a golden globe-winning and oscar-nominated actor who stars in a new drama called "mr. church" which opens in theaters one week from tonight. please welcome eddie murphy.
? [ cheers and applause ] how are you doing? >> good. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for being here. it's great to have you. how is it possible that you have since "saturday night live." it's crazy. are you moisturizing? what is your secret? [ laughter ] >> i'm aging. i'm getting older. >> jimmy: did you go to the prom? i wanted to ask you. because i don't know if you saw. we had a little case -- >> yeah, i was watching. my -- the year i graduated i had to go to summer school to get out. so i didn't go to the prom because i was getting left back. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> you don't want to be at the prom left back. [ laughter ] so i didn't go.
>> i went the year after. >> jimmy: oh, you did? you came back around -- >> well, the girl i was seeing in school, she was graduating that year. >> jimmy: i see. did you ask -- in those days you didn't ask in some big special way. it was just will you go to the prom with me, right? >> well, actually, we had broken up and it was kind of like we broke up maybe two months before the prom and i was kind of like i want to go to the prom -- it was a horrible prom. >> jimmy: it was a bad prom? >> the prom pictures are like this. [ laughter ] home on time? >> oh, yeah, yeah. because we had broken up. i was just going through -- >> jimmy: you got her home early. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: tom hanks was here last night. and i asked him if he packed for himself when he traveled, and he said no, he packs everything for himself. do you have a person who packs your stuff for you, like a butler or something like that? >> a butler? [ laughter ] i don't have a butler. but i don't pack my stuff. >> jimmy: you don't pack your
i'm happy to hair don't pack your own stuff. i mean, if you pack your own stuff, really, who -- i mean, what do we have to even aspire to? [ laughter ] there's a piece of artwork from "good times," which is a show that was one of my favorites -- >> i loved "good times." i still watch it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there's a painting in the beginning. and j.j. was i apainter on the show. >> the sugar shack. they painted it for marvin album. and i have it now. i have the original "sugar shack." >> jimmy: i know that. because i thought i want to find and buy that painting so i could have it in my home. and i went online -- >> i'll sell it to you. >> jimmy: you will? really? [ laughter ] >> terribly expensive now, though. the artist passed away and the album is -- it's really cool to have that picture because a lot of people have copies of it. >> jimmy: you can't even find copies of that picture anymore. >> yeah. i got that downstairs by the little bowling alley. we have a picture up there.
alley? [ laughter ] wow. that's -- oh, you know, that's really -- >> you should come -- can you bowl? >> jimmy: i can bowl. my parents met in a bowling alley. i have three holes in my body. what was your all-time favorite episode of "good times"? >> oh, i have a bunch pf i was watching "good times" the other day, and i was watching the episode when james died. and florida wn' touch her she would go oh, no. and she was cleaning. she threw the punch bowl on the floor. damn, damn, damn. and i was sitting there crying at home. >> jimmy: they had the worst life. i think they killed james because the actor who played james wouldn't sign the contract or something and they said all right, we're killing you. >> yeah. i don't remember what happened. but i know every week it seemed like he was getting laid off every week. >> jimm he didn't know. i've got to go to work. she's go james, you're laid off.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: he'd come home with his hat off. when his hat came off you knew something bad was happening. he'd walk in, he'd have that hat off. and it happened again. >> but the show wasn't the same after john amos left. >> jimmy: it wasn't, no. >> i'll tell you, for me still, that was the most realistic black father i've seen on television to this date. >> jimmy: he may have been the most realistic father on television. >> he was real. he would like whip you. he'd take you in the back and whip you. friend once. michael brought a friend home and his friend was tripping and james took him in the back and whipped him. [ laughter ] james was whipping ass. [ applause ] >> jimmy: weigh, you'd get a little nervous if james was home. you said you don't have a computer, you don't -- you've never googled yourself, i assume? >> oh, no. >> jimmy: no. none of that. >> i don't do any of that. i don't have the computer or the -- or a -- not -- what's the -- you guys do.
[ bleep ]. >> jimmy: e-mail? wow. is it because you don't want people bothering you or you just don't have any interest in it? >> i just don't have -- i'm like what aim going to -- who aim going to e-mail? [ laughter ] who am i going to tweet? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: no facebook, nothing like that? >> i don't have any of that. and i hear everybody tells me oh, you've got to have that stuff now. and i'm like, really? you've got to have it? supposedly everybody has it don't get it. you don't want it. you don't need it in your life. it really kind of ruins everything. >> facebook and tweeting. >> jimmy: you have a lot of kids. you have a new baby now. [ applause ] how old is your new daughter? >> yeah. she's four months old. >> jimmy: they're probably doing all that stuff. >> all my -- everyone i know does all of that stuff. i just don't do it. >> jimmy: yeah, you don't do it. are you enjoying having a four-month-old around? >> oh, yeah.
>> jimmy: yeah. [ applause ] you have -- did you ever imagine you'd have nine kids? was that something you figured out you'd want to do? >> it wasn't like i planned in the beginning like how many kids. it just kind of happened. and it's a beautiful thing. >> jimmy: you will never get a vasectomy? >> well, now i'm 55. so you know, i only have a little bit longer -- >> jimmy: you only have like 25 more years. >> before i'm shooting blanks. >> jimmy: i know guys that are 75 years old tharks still >> jimmy: yeah. oh, yes. you've got to be careful. if you want, i'll go with you. we'll get them tied up together. >> no. >> jimmy: you started doing stand-up when you were a baby, really. you were what, 15 years old? >> 15. >> jimmy: what possessed a 15-year-old kid to go into a comedy club or wherever it was that you started and get up on stage? >> you remember back they used to have a show called "the gong show"? >> jimmy: yeah, sure.
"the gong show" -- that show was so popular, bars started having "gong show" night. and there was a bar that was having "gong show" night. and the first prize was $25. and my brother was like, you should go down there and get to the gong show and get that money. [ laughter ] $25. just go down there and do stevie wonder and do that muhammad ali impression. you win that [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] i went down there and did it, and i won it. >> jimmy: wo >> yeah. [ applause ] >> jimmy: unbelievable. chuck barris is indirectly responsible for your career. when we come back, we'll see a clip from your new movie. edie murphy is with us. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] hold onto your forks. endles red lobster.ack at that means you get to try as much as you want... ...of whatever flavors are calling your name. seriously. like new garlic sriracha-grilled shrimp. it's a little spice...
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>> butter pecan. >> favorite color? >> brown. >> movie? >> "the maltese falcon." >> do you have a girlfriend? >> okay, that's enough. >> just tell me what your house looks like. or tell me who your best friend is. come on, just tell me -- >> hey, i said enough! >> jimmy: that's eddie murphy in "mr. church." it opens a week from tonight. [ cheers and applause ] so there's talk you might get an oscar nomination for this [ cheers and applause ] -- read the script? >> i didn't think that when i got the script. i just responded to the script. i wasn't thinking i could get an oscar if i do this. [ laughter ] but i'm glad everybody's responding like that. >> jimmy: it's a very serious movie. and it's kind of a tearjerker i think. >> yeah. it's the first time i've ever been in something that was serious like this. >> jimmy: is this the first time you ever cried -- there's one scene where you -- >> i cried once, but it was
[ laughter ] that's the only time i cried. that [ bleep ] is over. it's over. i'm going out like this? [ laughter ] that's the only time i cried in a movie, i think. >> jimmy: tracy morgan told me that when he -- >> i love tracy. what's up, tracy? >> jimmy: i love him too. that you were the first guy to make him laugh. you called him ande he also told me -- i thought this was interesting. you play a cook in this film. do you cook at all at home? >> i'm not a good cook. >> jimmy: because tracy told me that he went to your house and you made him, as he said over and over to me, ballpark franks. [ laughter ] >> i went over there, he made me franks. ballpark franks. [ laughter ] [ applause ]
always be cool with eddie, because he made me them franks. [ laughter ] and when i was younger they used to call me fat murphy. [ laughter ] he told me that. he told me when he was young they used to call him fat murphy. >> jimmy: everybody imitates tracy morgan. that's easily the best tracy morgan i've ever seen. [ applause ] you could go on the road as him. last year you were given the mark twain prize at center, which is a great honor. great comedians. >> yeah. >> jimmy: george carlin, lily tomlin. i think steve martin got that award. and you did a little bit of stand-up. and it was so great to see. i know everybody busts your balls, when are you going to do stand-up. >> i wasn't really doing stand-up. it was like a long acceptance speech. >> jimmy: you did -- part of it -- yes. it was an acceptance speech. but you did your great bill cosby impersonation. and it's a crazy bill cosby impersonation.
bill cosby in the playboy mansion, what was really going on. but did you hear from bill at all after that? >> oh, no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, no, no. is that why you don't have a computer? [ laughter ] you might get an e-mail from bill cosby. >> i'm not frightened of bill. >> jimmy: nor should you be. >> no. i didn't get any calls. >> jimmy: you did not hear from him. and this is something like -- doing stand-up is something that people t up on stage and do it. but you really -- it's a whole leadup to doing stand-up. >> oh, yeah. you've got to go back to the clubs and work out and do all that stuff. >> jimmy: you're not doing that stuff. >> but i might. >> jimmy: you might? >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] i haven't done it in so long. i'm curious now to what -- like so much has changed. i'm like what would even come out? you know, i don't even know what
>> jimmy: because you have all these things that are very relatable and now you have someone who packs for you and it's harder to -- >> yeah. [ laughter ] i don't have no leather suits. i don't have any leather suits. >> jimmy: we can get you a leather suit. the new thing is vinyl. i think that will work even better. well, i tell you what. it's really a thrill to have you here. honestly, it is. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: i appreciate your coming. i pray that you do decide to do stand-up a b you know, screw your life, we want to see some stand-up comedy from eddie murphy. [ cheers and applause ] eddie murphy's movie "mr. church" opens a week from tonight. we'll be right back with gaten matarazzo. ? [ cheers and applause ] mud...but through it. hose whom who know it wasn't a day at the beach... unless someone got buried. to the fullbacks... gearheads...
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please welcome gaten matarazzo. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for coming. i'm very excited to meet you. when i saw "stranger things" after like the third episode, i was like, i'm sending an e-mail, we've got to get this kid on the show. and here you are on the show. like magic. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: i heard you met eddie murphy backstage. >> i did. he's great. big fan of his. >> jimmy: are you? are you too young for eddie murphy? you know his stuff? >> some of his stuff. but yeah, i definitely like the whole "ice cream"! >> jimmy: you've seen that one, huh? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you need more parental guidance, i think. [ laughter ] >> yeah, just saw that one. >> jimmy: you turned 14 yesterday. >> i did. >> jimmy: congratulations. happy birthday. >> thank you. >> jimmy: what did you do for
did you have a party? >> well, i was out here, and i'm from new jersey. so most of my family was down there. but i went to santa monica pier, which was fun. >> jimmy: nice. >> yeah, it was great. >> jimmy: did you get presents? did you ask for anything in particular? >> i didn't -- i'm not really much of like i want this, i want that. i'm happy with what i get. you know? [ applause [ applause ] yeah. and i don't really get overexcited about awesome presents. m everyone thinks i hate them. but i'm really happy. >> jimmy: you don't express joy when somebody gives you something? >> no, i do. i do. it's just not like aah! >> jimmy: you don't give them the reaction they're hoping you will give them. >> yeah. >> jimmy: as an actor can't you muster up a little fake enthusiasm? [ laughter ] >> i feel like i should now that people think that i hate the presents they give me. >> jimmy: by the way, people say the same thing about me too. i don't know what to do. it makes me uncomfortable receiving something in front of the person. i'd rather they just put it in
could open it like in the bathroom when i get home. >> then i can freak out when i'm alone. >> jimmy: exactly. you can freak out then. your voice seems lower than it is on the show. >> yeah. >> jimmy: have you -- has that happened, that lowering? [ laughter ] >> yeah, it has. yeah. definitely. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, congrats on that too. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> yeah, it has dropped a lot since i've done the show. >> jimmy: wow. so what do they do then? i mean -- >> i don't know what they did. thankfully, they're skipping a year ahead for next season. >> jimmy: oh. that makes sense. >> it's going to be in the fall -- >> jimmy: because you're going to have a mustache -- [ laughter ] by christmas. >> yeah. >> jimmy: when that mustache comes in, be sure to be grateful
was going to be a second season of "stranger things," did you tell netflix you wanted a raise? >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. you're not greedy enough for hollywood. >> no. >> jimmy: did you get a raise? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: you don't even know. >> i don't know. >> jimmy: if you want money, how do you get it? how does it work when you're a kid actor? >> i don't know. i don't know the financial part of it. i really just dot acting and i just do it from there. and they're l money. i'm like, whoa. that's cool. >> jimmy: right. what if you want to buy a skateboard or something? how do you go about getting cash? >> i say, mom, can i have a skateboard? and she goes, no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really, you're getting nothing out of this whole deal. >> no. yeah. >> jimmy: were you familiar with like the '80s and the stuff that -- there are so many great
lines you that heard in some movie from many years ago. does that stuff just go by you or did you learn it or -- >> no. "the goonies" is one of my favorite movies of all time. [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's good. yeah. i mean, it definitely has -- the show, for those who haven't seen it, has the spirit of "the goonies" kind of going through it. do you know like '80s music and that sort of thing? >> mm-hmm. michael jackson, man. love michael [ applause ] yeah. >> jimmy: what grade are you in now? >> i'm going to be a freshman. ninth grade. >> jimmy: so will you go to a regular high school? >> i'll be doing like school at my high school for two weeks before we go out to season 2. there's no official date for when we go out. but we're thinking it's going to be. >> jimmy: and then you're out for most of the rest of the year? >> till like april they're hoping.
>> it's nice. >> jimmy: and you know how to read and all that stuff? [ laughter ] you're able to -- >> i'm 14. >> jimmy: i heard your singing voice is unbelievable. you have a fantastic singing voice. i saw you sing the national anthem at the mets game. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that must have been a fun thing to do. >> it was fun. mm-hmm. it was definitely an experience. >> jimmy: see, this is the enthusiasm thing you need it work on. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: netflix and chill >> consumed me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, it's great to meet you. and i can't wait for the next season of the show. it's called "stranger things." gaten matarazzo, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with schoolboy q and e-40. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel
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we did run out of time for him. "nightline" is next. but first this is his album. it's called "blank face lp." here with the song "dope dealer" with some help from e-40, schoolboy q! [ cheers and applause ] ? ? hey ? ? turn it up, l.a. ? ? hey, hey, hey, hey ? ? i got a sack of blue but my a.r. black my strap ? ? i put the knife to the and turn that crack ? ? i put the nine to your coconut and pull that back ? ? i see that -- throat ? ? i got a strike in every pocket of my coat ? ? i used to ply around your city ? ? i get a half and i'm going to flip it ? ? i think somebody getting bodied on the weekday ? ? get out the way ? ? i'm in my new clothes ?
? looking like a dope dealer ? ? where the ? ? i'm just a dope dealer ? ? paper in the paper bag i'm a dope dealer ? ? ? ? homies i'm a dope dealer ? ? couple diamonds in my rollie i'm a dope dealer ? ? got the plug on the ? ? i'm a dope dealer ? ? your auntie know me i'm a dope dealer ? ? got them egg tails for the low ? ? got them hot wheels start and go ? ? 16 ? ? you know little homies love gold chains and whips ? ? make me rearrange your whole thing for my hip ? ? i get this because you know why ? ? they told me thou shalt not when i jump in the flame ? ? i turn it to ? ? the money never grow on trees but i'm watching it grow ? ? i get to swinging on this
? i think somebody's getting bodied on a weekday ? ? get out the way ? ? i'm in my new clothes ? ? hey ? ? looking like a dope dealer ? ? where the where the ? ? just a dope dealer ? ? paper in the paper bag i'm a dope dealer ? ? homies and the police i'm a dope dealer ? ? couple diamonds in my rollie i'm a dope dealer ? ? got the plug on the ? hey, hey ? ? f-57s and we savages ? ? hustlers ? ? some of them sell trees ? ? personally i'm a rapper and i'm spectacular ? ? got a way with my words, my lingo and vernacular snoelt?
? in the middle of a war zone eating domino's ? ? helicopters and drones ? ? everybody make some noise for my boy e-40 ? [ cheers and applause ] ? everybody turn up ? ? hey, hey, hey, hey ? ? white stones ? ? two phones, man he on ? ? bankroll, ? big dope, blow your nose ? ? white stones, panties gone ? ? two phones, man he on ? ? bankroll, hella hoes ? ? big dope, blow your nose ? ? boom ? [ cheers and applause ]
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