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and we'll be here tomorrow night. i hope you'll join us then. have a good night. up next on an all-new "jimmy kimmel live" -- >> i'm hoping obama announces this will be the black half of his president si. >> john goodman. >> you have ever 'em tipped a mini bar on your own? >> you bet. >> hayden panettiere. >> i would not want to be paul ryan's shake weight today. probably getting a vigorous -- >> john goodman. dog psychic. >> you are the father!
hey, jimmy the intern here, spreading the word about downy unstoppablesguillermo. guillermo's unitard was stored in a bag for 12 weeks. when was the last time you worked out? >> 12 weeks ago, bro. >> i'm going to go smell some people, okay? >> okay. >> all right, bro. >> all right, enjoy. >> what's up, bro? >> how is it going, man? >> doing great, bro. hey, bro, you want to smell me? >> do i want to do what?
>> do you want to smell me? >> do you want to smell -- no. >> do you want to smell me? >> what? >> do you want to smell me, bro? >> if you smell me. thumb's up, down? >> down. you smell terrible. here, let me give you some downy unstoppable. >> oh, cool. >> okay. so, you can smell good like me. >> where do i put it? >> you put it in the washer, you know, in the washer with all your clothes, but you got to smell me so you can see how it rks. >> all right. it works. i like it. >> okay, bro. go back to your workout. >> thank you. >> downy unstoppables keeps clothes fresh in even the smelliest of smell will places. >> you smell good, bro. >> you too, bro. >> i smell downy fresh, bro. >> you do, bro. >> dicky: show us what you can do in 12 seconds to keep tv fresh with a new dance, act or talent. the winner will have a chance to appear in a dony live commercial
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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- john goodman. from "nashville", hayden panettiere. and music from mgk. with cleto and the cletones. and now, the why wait? here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hola. thank you. welcome. that's very nice. i'm jimmy, i'm the host, thank you for watching, thank you for coming.
to visit. you know, we were -- we were not here last night. we were off last night because of election coverage. in case you hadn't heard, president obama defeated mitt romney last night. we know this for sure despite the fact that the returns from florida still have not been counted. some people had to wait five, six hours to vote there. what goes on in florida? they had four years to fix this and -- four years to fix things before that. [ laughter ] we need to make sure florida never gets the olympics. [ laughter ] the -- [ applause ] got 303 electoral votes to romney's 206. obama led among women and minority voters while romney led among white means and banana republic man ne kips. romney lost his home state of massachusetts. paul ryan lost his home state of wisconsin. i would not want to be paul
ryan's shake weight today. probably getting a vigorous. a lot of people are wondering what the president will do differently in his second term. i'm hoping obama announces this will be the black half of his presidency. [ applause ] the last four years were pretty white. i'd like to see him put a little more funk in it. i'd like to see him turn this mother out for a change. i heard a lot of people sail over the last few weeks that if obama wins, they're going to move to canada. how come nobody threatens to move to mexico? [ laughter ] must be depressing for them. they're just as close. they're closer to us here. the presidential election is that special time every four years when americans gather around their tvs to be reminded where the states are on a map. [ laughter ] when did they put vermont up in the corner there? that was recent, right? they changed that. fox news was definitely the channel to watch last night. they were all over the place. they didn't know what to do. at one point, karl rove, you
know karl rove? he's chubby guy, a hulk hogan hair cut going on. he was demanding that his own network uncall the state of ohio for obama. megan kelly had to slap him across the face a few times to calm him down. things weren't so cheery at republican campaign headquarters. the crowd thinned, people started to leave and it got increasingly quiet. but towards the end, people even started -- people started untying their sweaters from around their necks and wearing them at the end of this thing. but this, the romney rally did provide an opportunity for a fun drinking game. it's called find the black person at the republican campaign headquarters. are you ready to play? [ applause ] prepare yourself a -- run to the liquor cabinet. pour yourself a shot of something and let's begin. all right, here we go. now, let's see. we're looking. panning the audience -- yeah -- no, no. sorry. indian.
indian. ah -- any -- oh, wait, yes. there's -- maybe! there's a maybe. it's a great drinking game to play with people who don't drink. [ laughter ] i also enjoyed this. fox reporter in miami, a guy named blake, was at the obama rally in chicago, now, will.i.am from the black eyed pape peas there, standing right next to him. unfortunately, the reporter got him confused with not one, but two other music performers. >> blake's got some info for us at camp obama. blake? >> not necessarily info, buzz just kind of giving you a little bit of what you see here. that's way clef jean giving an interview. he is one of the many surrogates -- sorry? who -- wale. excuse me. wale. >> jimmy: keep going.
you'll -- you'll get to it eventually. you know, i but thinking about this yesterday. voting is a bad lesson. basically what we're telling kids is, it's okay to go into a strang old man's garage as long as he givens you a sticker. i voted in a very shaky looking apartment building. guillermo, where did you vote? >> in sherman oaks. >> jimmy: where? in sherman oaks. >> it a school. >> jimmy: what? >> it was a school. >> jimmy: in sherman oaks. >> yes. >> jimmy: okay. what country do they drink beer, big beers and pretty zells in, do you know? >> oh, germany. >> jimmy: okay. germany. it's nowhere near sherman oaks. >> jimmy: no. anyway -- >> wait -- >> jimmy: guillermo -- guillermo was -- there's just no rhyme or
reason to it, you understand? >> yeah, i understand. >> jimmy: you understand, right. guillermo was live tweeting from the line. he was waiting in line and he tweeted, "long line to vote." and then, "i am wondering if i can pizza while i'm on line, i'm very hungry." i told you not to leave the house without an emergency pizza supply, you didn't listen. >> i was hungry, big lines. >> jimmy: there was a big line, yeah. and then another tweet, "i voted, now time to eat, my belly is happy." and a link to this picture, which -- looks like you saw a ghost. it's not supposed to go there. who took this picture? >> my wife. >> jimmy: your wife took it? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what did you eat afterwards? >> thai food. >> jimmy: thai food? >> yeah. >> jimmy: like the epcot center over there. so, the good news is, the election is over. and now we can all get back to what really matters, which is
trying to entangle our ipod headphones. it's safe to go back on facebook right now. social media has played a major role in this election. anybody who has a twitter account or a facebook page can use it to support a candidate they like. and annoy the relatives they love. but i, for one, have had enough of people and their opinions and i'm hoping this ad -- i spent like $4 million on this ad, to encourage people to put a sock in it for at least the next three years. >> the election is over. and i already voted. >> i cast my vote. >> i also voted. >> so, you can stop sending me e-mails about how you voted. >> and you can stop harassing me on facebook. >> and leaving comments. >> and commenting on comments. >> and tweeting. >> and retweeting. >> and you really don't have to gloat. >> you can stop threatening to move to canada. no one believes you. >> you can stop calling obama a socialist. >> and stop calling mitt romney a scum bag. >> probably a nice guy.
probably both nice guys. >> and you can stop forwarding me forwards. >> and forwards of forwards you forwarded. >> fw, fw, f-u. i get it. >> i don't know how else to say this. but please stop [ bleep ] on my lawn. >> who [ bleep ] on my lawn? >> stop [ bleep ] on my lawn. >> this election is over. >> just forget about the election. >> and get back to this. >> ow! charlie! that really hurt. >> so, i think what we're trying to say is -- >> please. i beg of you. >> leave me alone! >> and seriously who is [ bleep ] in my yard? >> this ad is paid by everyone. >> jimmy: forward that to your friends. you know, it turned out the election wasn't as close as a lot of people thought it would be. mitt romney, though he had to be
disappointed, he gave a very nice concession speech. he congratulated the president. he urged americans to come together. if the speech was any indication, i have a feeling mitt romney is going to be just fine. >> i so wish i had been able to fulfill your hopes to lead the country in a different direction. but the nation chose another leader and so, ann and i join with you to earnestly pray for him and for this great nation. thank you and god bless america. you guys are the best. thank you. >> jimmy: awesome. if i knew he had a jet pack -- he should have mentioned that months ago. [ applause ] besides the presidential election, a few states passed some unusual ballot initiatives last night. maine and maryland legalized same sex marriage and colorado and washington have become the first states to legalize the
recreational use of marijuana. [ applause ] that's a big deal, legalizing pot for recreational use because here in california, you can only use marijuana legally if you receiver from a fake medical condition. [ laughter ] i got a gat idea for a business in colorado or washington. anything that's open at 3:00 a.m. and has food. [ laughter ] we passed a weird measure in l.a. measure b will require porn stars to wear condoms in all adult films shot in los angeles. primarily male porn stars. the women do not have to wear them, but -- i believe this is the first election in which i voted on an erection. it is unique to us in hollywood. the way it works, every adult film shoot in l.a. have to to pay for a permit and the money from the permits will go to fund periodic condom inspections. for real. people will be carrying cards that say condom inspector on
them. california governor jerry brown went to the polls to vote near his house yesterday. unfortunately, the guy voting next to him brought his dogs, one of wish took a particular interest in the governor. [ laughter ] that dog is literally a brown noser. [ laughter ] it's the -- dogs get a lot of information from sniffing your -- equivalent of stalking someone on facebook. and one more thing. a lot of people seem to become very knowledgeable during an election year. all of a sudden, people who never pick up a newspaper suddenly become george stephanopoulos. if there's one thing i learned during this election, it's that a lot of people are completely full of it. we asked people over the last month, we asked people if they voted, we asked them that the day before the election. we asked them who won the debate, the day before the debate happened. we asked people if they saw the first lady debate, which is something that has never happened. [ laughter ] and each time, we found people who had strong opinions on these
imaginary events. so, today, we decided to do it again. we went out onto hollywood boulevard. we asked people if they are going to vote in the vice presidential election today. and here is tonight's edition of "lie-witness news." >> will you guys be voting in the vice presidential election today or have you already? >> no. >> we're not able to, because we're from connecticut and it took too long -- >> to get the ballots back. >> would you, if you were able to? >> of course, of course, 100%. >> absolutely. >> and you're aware that there is a vice presidential election going on today? >> yes. >> as you know, today is the vice presidential election, you have voted? >> no, i have not. >> will you vote later today? >> probably. >> have you voted yet in today's vice presidential election? >> yes. >> yes. >> did you know today is the vice presidential election, have you voted yet today? >> i have not yet.
>> you will be later today? >> sure. >> and do you know where your polling place is? >> yes, i do. >> okay. >> as you know, today is the vice presidential election. have you voted yet today? >> yes, i did. >> you did? and how did you cast your vote today for vice president? >> ah -- biden. >> you voted for biden today? >> yes. >> was there a lot of people at the polling place? >> yes, there was. >> big line? >> it was quite a few. >> have you voted yet in today's vice presidential election? >> i haven't. >> are you aware of the election? >> i am aware, yes. >> as you know, today is the vice presidential election. have you voted today? >> yes. >> was it crowded at the polling place? >> yes, sir. it was. >> did they give you a sticker? >> yes. >> where is your sticker, you're not wearing it? >> in my car. >> okay. we have another one for you. [ applause ] >> jimmy: what's going on? we have a good show tonight.
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>> jimmy: hi there. tonight on the program, her new show is called "nashville." it airs wednesday nights here on abc hayden panettiere is here. and then, with music from his debut cd, it's called "lace up." mgk from the bud light stage. tomorrow night, from animal planet, dave salmoni will be here with wild animals. do we know what wild animals
he's bringing? a jaguar? great. kirstie alley will be here, hopefully without wild animals. really, a jaguar? that's safe to have? is it a baby jaguar, at least? it's a baby? okay, good. and music from tyler bryant and the shakedown. and we have a new show for you on friday night, too, james bond himself, daniel craig will be here. and the author of "twilight" series stephenie meyer. and music from boys like girls. all right. also, we got a guy here in the audience who is looking for a job here in california. if you need -- he's a former true want officer from chicago and -- he needs somebody to watch the kids. [ applause ] he's the guy. in a perfect world, roseanne barr would have won her build for president last night and our first guest would be our next attorney general. he's an emmy and golden globe-winning actor whom you can
see alongside denzel washington in this year's mu movie you're least likely to see on an airplane, "flight." it's in theaters now. please say hello to john goodman. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you doing? >> good. >> jimmy: everything all right? >> yep. as far as i know, yeah. ing what is your take on this, your former television wife, roe san -- >> i knew he was goishe was goi and i talked to a television reporter during an interview, she was in florida, and she told me she was actually on the ticket. >> jimmy: she was right above obama on my ballot. it was crazy. i think she finished fifth, by the way. >> she got most popular. >> jimmy: she got 50,000 votes for president. >> i wanted to be secretary of fun.
be in charge of the seeds and rolling stuff up. >> jimmy: agriculture. >> agriculture, yeah. >> jimmy: would you vote for roseanne for president? >> you bet! [ laughter ] i would have worked her campaign -- no, i wouldn't have. i would have told her i would have worked and wound up with a bunch of signs in the trunk of my car. >> jimmy: i got you. >> i'm not very good. >> jimmy: doesn't seem like we'd be safe if she was the president. >> oh, sure. >> jimmy: doesn't seem like anyone in the world would be safe. i think, she hasn't conceded yet. >> she won't give up. >> jimmy: the last time you were here, just before mardi gras and your daughter hate announced to you that she was bringing 75 of our friends home to new orleans -- >> yeah, she did. >> jimmy: to stay with you. >> a bunch of college kids came over. but it was -- it was perfect. >> jimmy: it was? >> they were so wonderful. they helped my wife clean up and cook. they belt a rec room onto my garage. [ laughter ]
fixed my computers. just one kid, he got locked out one night and spent the night in my car. >> jimmy: he did? >> yeah, but -- there were no unusual stains or odors or anything. >> jimmy: that's crazy. >> worked out good. >> jimmy: i'm guessing it might have been different for you at that age. >> i'd still be riding a streetcar. i would have gotten lost. >> jimmy: did you ever cause trouble in someone's home, a friend? >> no, i was pretty scared. >> jimmy: you were? >> yeah. >> jimmy: of who? >> i'm still scared. >> jimmy: of parents? >> of everybody. >> jimmy: i feel like kids today aren't scared -- >> not nearly enough. >> jimmy: why is that? >> i don't know. they have tv. >> jimmy: i think parents used to -- it might be the internet. parents used to hit us. right? >> i'll say. >> jimmy: like friend's parents -- >> with things. wooden things. >> jimmy: yeah, wooden spoons. >> steam iron.
we had those bolo panels. >> jimmy: did you really? who would whack you? >> mom. >> jimmy: your own mom. a lot of people -- >> my own mom. neighbor -- neighbors would give you a whack, too. >> jimmy: neighbors would beat us then. [ laughter ] it was somehow okay. >> and we grew up into the me -- well, you didn't -- >> jimmy: did you get beaten in school? >> no, no. >> jimmy: when we moved from brooklyn to las vegas we found that they did, indeed, beat you with a paddle. >> in vegas? >> jimmy: and my sister got beat with a paddle and my mother showed up, my mother's from brooklyn, and is italian and -- may have beat everyone else with a paddle when she found out about it. it was not a good thing. >> my wife got hit by a nun in grade school. she had a cast on her arm. >> jimmy: nuns are very angry. >> broke her arm. >> jimmy: you would think nuns would be nicer than they are. did you celebrate halloween?
>> well, every day is halloween in new orleans. but this time, the kids dress up. yeah, it was great. great time of year there. >> jimmy: you answer the door for trick or treaters? the kids come around, the parents have the cocktails, it's a big party. yeah, we sat out on the porch with a bunch of candy and we were giving it away until the kids turned into, like, 19-year-olds with mustaches and hot girlfriends. and really big candy grabbing hands, so -- we decided to shut it down after that. >> jimmy: yeah, at that point, they're not really trick or treating, they're -- >> there was not much trick or treat either, just "thank you." you can have one more. >> jimmy: by the way, i saw "flight" last night and you did a great job in the movie. [ applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: your character -- it's kind of a -- kind of seems like the dude from "the big lebowski's" cousin. >> he's stuck in the same
period. >> jimmy: how did that affix that pony tail? >> right before we started sh t shooting the film, they stapled it to my head. they call hair extensions but it's really staples. >> jimmy: is it really? >> felt like it. it's like a 12-hour process and then i did my little first bit in the movie and my next little bit was at the end of the mu see two months later, so, yeah, i had to walk around looking like a poster from 1973. >> jimmy: you had a pony tail for two months? >> not a pony tail, just the whole hair. the whole jerry garcia deal. >> jimmy: you had to explain it to people? >> yeah, doing a movie. >> jimmy: this is not just me. and did you have to care for hair like that? >> yeah, it was tough. i would rip it out in frustration and i had to go to these, what they call blowout bars, women go to and get their hair combed, so -- >> jimmy: you went to a blowout
bar? >> really desperate looking 60-year-old, 300-pound guy sitting in a blowout bar. >> jimmy: wow. >> i'm going to start working on my toenails now. >> jimmy: i know you're working with the coen brothers again. >> yeah, last march, callit's a the folk scene in mcdougal street. >> jimmy: how many movies have you done with them? >> five. >> jimmy: when was the last time? >> 15 years, it was "o brother where art thou." >> jimmy: that was the last one? was there a falling out? >> no, they just didn't need a fat guy that screamed a lot. but yeah i'm playing a junkie jazz musician. >> jimmy: when you work with something that match, director, is there a short hand between
you? >> well, you know, what happened, i was playing this jazz musician, right after we got done filming, ethan said, he's a trumpet player. no, he's not, he's a piano player. it was never written down in the script. i assumed i was a piano player. joel said he's a sax player. i think we need a longerhand. or signs or something. >> jimmy: you're your own trio. we're going to take a break and come back with a scene from the movie "flight." john goodman is here with us. we'll be right back. dad, how do you know when you're in love?
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you're a hero, man. you will never pay for another drink as long as you live. there are all kinds of crazy news people out here. it a circus, man. check this [ bleep ], man, it's all for you. classic hero worship. you're a rock star, man. oh, check out this video. this is outside your condo. it's a zoo. it's krauchling with reporters. check this out. >> did you know captain whitaker? >> yeah, he's my brother. >> that' mes me. i said a few words. >> jimmy: that is john goodman in "flight." for those of you that don't know -- >> the hair is not as long as i thought it was. felt like it was down to my waste. >> jimmy: not quite crystal gale length. you worked with denzel washington in this movie. he does a great job. tell everybody what the movie is about. >> it's about, for some reason,
they have this rule that they don't want airline pilots to drink. on the job. anyway -- he's -- he's this great pilot, he's just got a little problem with alcohol and it's about -- it's one of those things, you are really torn because you want to root for him but he's such a stinker. >> jimmy: really, yeah. >> he's got a lot of people that try to help him, but for all the wrong reasons. >> jimmy: there's a scene in which, it's kind of denzel versus a mini bar and -- >> yeah. i used to beat the hell out of those mini bars. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> i'd go for a vodka, already being unscrewed and filled with water. >> jimmy: yeah, that's an old trick. >> hey, what the -- but they never caught me. >> jimmy: you know, yeah, they now days they have electronic, so, if you move, it's almost like, you are playing chess with a computer. if you move a bottle, you get charged for it whether you drink
it or not. >> what if you got ocd and you're trying to clean each individual bottle before you go to bed or -- >> jimmy: maybe you have to go down to the front denning. >> that's $3,000. i just had the m&ms. >> jimmy: you ever emptied a mini bar on your own? >> you bet. [ cheers and applause ] that would be after a night on the town. they're just little bottles. >> jimmy: tiny little bottles of all different types. >> just one more. >> jimmy: now, you also have a television project, which is -- it's been a long time since you did something on television. >> yeah, it's exciting. >> jimmy: this is very different for you. >> it's been something i've been trying to get together for a long time and it's the talent that i have that nobody really knows about. >> jimmy: yeah, it's not acting. this is not a scripted show. >> this is reality tv. >> jimmy: we have the promo here.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you doing? [ applause ] >> hi, guys. >> jimmy: that's a big ring you have on. it's almost more satellite dish than ring. >> it's more protection. >> jimmy: you could hit somebody in the head with that thing. they would know it's you. no way to get away with it. >> i know. i need to watch more "csi." >> jimmy: did you vote yesterday? >> i did. i did. i had to do the -- >> jimmy: i had to do the absentee ballot because we're in nashville now. >> jimmy: i filled out the absentee ballot also but then i didn't realize that they make you put a stamp on it, which is nonsense. you should be able -- i didn't realize that it was up to the mail to get it there on time.
so i decided instead to bring it to the place. >> that's smart. they make you pay to vote. >> jimmy: they make you pay 49 -- >> i don't know why i'm acting like i'm surprised. >> jimmy: they make you pay to vote. that should be the one thing that's free. you have met the president? >> i have. i actually met the president in d.c. awhile ago. before he became president and i -- i buckled up, i put pig tails in, i was like, i have to make it through the secret service guys. and i was like, hi, i just really want to meet mr. obama, please, weaseled my way in there. i got to him, i have .5 seconds to explain to him what i'm here for, which was doll funs and whales in the ocean. i went -- and he looked at me and he went, "aren't you that cheerleader?" >> jimmy: really? >> and i was like -- yes, yes.
that's me. >> jimmy: i think that's one of clinton's lines. that may have been carried over. very presidential. that's funny. now, you -- you shoot the show "nashvil "nashville" in nashville. that is unusual. have you integrated into the -- have you been accepted by the country music community there? >> you know, we have. and that's one of the best compliments we could possibly get. when we go to these awards and see everyone, it's so family oriented and the epitome of southern hospitality. they all say, thank you so much for representing us, and well, because they have this preconceived notion of what people from the south are like, what country music is like, what nashville is like. and so they really have accepted us. >> jimmy: and yet your character is kind of a terrible person and in a way you are representing them very poorly.
>> who, me? nah. she's just having fun. >> jimmy: you have friends that are country music performers? >> i do. i do. >> jimmy: who are your friends? >> um -- well, i -- some are acquaintances, but some are neighbors. >> jimmy: really? >> taylor swift is one of my neighbors. miranda lambert is a friend. kelly clarkson. kellie pickler and let me just name drop a little bit more. >> jimmy: is there some kind of a community you all live in? >> ah, no. but a lot of people live in this one building that we lived in. >> jimmy: i see, yeah. wow. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's impressive. do you stop by and borrow sugar and that sort of thing? >> you know, i don't -- i've never borrowed sure j eed sugar to write a song with a friend of mine one night and i freaked out because i didn't have my guitar. and i was texting, i texted every one of those girls i just
said, every single one in the building, going, does anybody have a guitar and finally taylor swift -- >> jimmy: came through? >> came through for me, with two of her security guards brought down this guitar. i had to fill out a form. >> jimmy: what? >> it was very intense. >> jimmy: what do you mean? what kind of a form? >> ah -- >> jimmy: she has forms? >> you own my first child if you don't return it kind of form. >> jimmy: she has these forms there in the apartment? >> somebody has it. somebody has it somewhere and i had -- i had the guitar and i finally realized that there's this little, like, case for guitar picks in it and i pulled them out and they are so cool because they got the cover of her album on it. and they were, like, there were like ten of them and i kept thinking i wanted to steal one. i really wanted one. but then i kept, i was like, she's not going to notice. and i go, oh, my gosh, this is totally a test. she's testing my friendship right now.
she's totally testing my grip. >> jimmy: she counted the guitar picks. >> she's going to count them now. >> jimmy: you put them back? >> i put it back. >> jimmy: how quickly did you return the guitar? >> i still have it. i've adopted it. i saw her at the cmas, i went up to her, i was like, hey, girl, good to see you, you know, i still have your guitar and she looked shocked. >> jimmy: oh really? >> she was like, oh, oh yeah. i was like, wait a second, two security guards and a piece of paper later and you don't know that i have your -- >> jimmy: i bet she did know and she's writing a song about you right now. [ laughter ] you will never, ever borrow my guitar ever, ever, never again. [ laughter ] >> i have officially adopted it. >> jimmy: you've adopted it. that's a good way of putting it. >> i filled out a form. >> jimmy: you've adopted it. yeah, all right. that's an interesting building to be in. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and the show is doing great. people really love, i mean, this
is -- people really love the show. >> we're excite d. >> jimmy: i would think you are. and the dolphins are okay? >> and the dolphins are -- always in need of help. >> jimmy: you know what would be a great thing? at the end of this season, i don't mean to make suggestions, but run this by producers. at the end of the season, your character on "nashville," we realize has the same powers that your character on "heroes" had. you are indestructible. >> i'll run it by them. >> jimmy: okay, good. and remember who to credit for this idea, too. >> of course. we got it on film. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. congratulations on the success of the show. [ applause ] and your thievery, as well. it's called "nashville," it airs wednesday nights at 10:00 on abc. hayden panettiere. we'll be right back with mgk. ♪
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