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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- jessica alba. chef bobby flay. and music from ellie goulding. with cleto and the cletones. and now, it must be nice, here's jimmy kimmel! >> jimmy: hello.
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welcome. thank you very much. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for joining me here in front of the big picture of hollywood. it's great to have you here. we have a fun show for you tonight. chef bobby flay is going to cook. we've got music from ellie goulding tonight. and jessica alba is here, too. [ cheers and applause ] we have a special plan for jessica tonight. out on hollywood boulevard, we built a box, and the purpose of this box is to allow pedestrians to make out with their favorite hollywood stars. i'll show you how it works. this is it. our brand-new celebrity kissing booth. and that is guillermo, who is in it. do you know how this works, guillermo? >> yes. >> jimmy: so we got some people lined up waiting to kiss you through the glass. okay? are you willing to try this, guillermo? >> yes, jimmy. >> jimmy: okay, very good. how about the lady -- i happen
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to know that's a burberry purse. thank you. [ laughter ] hi, what's your name? >> amy. >> jimmy: amy? would you like to kiss guillermo? >> who wouldn't want to kiss guillermo? >> jimmy: all right, jump up there in efron of the glass. where are you from, amy? >> cincinnati, ohio. >> jimmy: have you ever kissed a foreigner before? [ laughter ] >> i'm not gonna say. >> jimmy: all right. just jump up there. guillermo, watch those hands. do you think your wife will be upset about this? >> no, she doesn't care. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. all right. three, two, one -- and wow. [ cheers and applause ] that's nice. so romantic, and just in time for valentine's day. let's get a guy up there real quick to see how it goes. let's get somebody -- hey. there we go. what's your name? >> my name's will.
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>> jimmy: will, step right up to the booth. come on, will. will, you could be related to guillermo, for all we know. you have the same haircut. all right, here we go. all right, will. i think we've disinfected the glass. it looks like there's a smudge still on there. that's from guillermo's side. all right. go ahead and give guillermo a nice valentine's day kiss. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what did you say, guillermo? >> did he like it? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's weird, it looked like you were kissing yourself in the mirror, except for the mustache. thank you, will. you can step down now. i don't know what else you're expecting, but those gloves are for decoration only. all right. so that's our celebrity kissing booth. later we're going to lock jessica alba in it. she's a good sport for doing
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this. president obama made his fifth state of the union address tonight in washington, d.c. he spoke in front of congress. his focus was on jobs and the economy. he has an interesting plan to grow the economy. he laid it out. this is it. cash 4 gold. [ laughter ] look how cool that duck is. how could you go wrong? immediately following the president's speech, republicans gave their rebuttal, and this is strange. yesterday, democrats held a press conference to deliver a prerebuttal to the republicans' rebuttal. traditionally, immediately following the state of the union address, the opposition party e rebuts what the president said. they don't know what the president is going to say, but they know they won't like it. but this year, the democrats decided to preemptively rebut their rebuttal. so they gave a speech, responding to a speech no one had ever heard, which itself was in response to a speech no one had ever heard. which i think is the plot to inception, isn't it?
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[ laughter ] so god bless america, we're on the right track. the "sports illustrated" swimsuit edition came out today. this is the 50th anniversary of the swimsuit edition. the first one was published in 1964. and after 50 years, they've still yet to sell a single swimsuit. [ laughter ] i'm not sure why "sports illustrated" releases the swimsuit issue so close to valentine 's. it seems like we have enough fighting during valentine's day. but for the second year in a row, kate upton is a cover model. still hasn't been able to find a bikini top that fits. she still hasn't mastered the art of layering yet either, i have to say. "sports illustrated" sent kate to antarctica to get this shot. how pissed is she going to be when she finds out there's a thing called green screens. and pants for that matter. here's another story of nudity in an unexpected place. someone, i don't know who, managed to hack into former president george bush's sister's e-mail last week. the hacker got mostly boring stuff like addresses and phone
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numbers. but then struck gold. found photographs of paintings george w. bush made of himself. for real. here's one of him in the shower. this is not a joke. it's not terrible. he captured the essence of his crappy plastic shaving mirror. he also painted this one. this is apparently an image of him in the tub. can you imagine president bush painting pictures of himself? i can't et i can't even imagine him painting. and the best part is he sent them to his sister. i miss him so much i can't etch tell him. valentine's day is on thursday, and to celebrate it, i'm issuing one of our youtube challenges. this is a challenge for the men out there. although women can try it, too, i guess. what i want you to do is i'd like you to wrap a little gift about the size of a jewelry box or maybe candy, but fill it with something she won't like.
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for instance, instead of a ring, a cricket. [ laughter ] okay? put something weird in the box. videotape the whole thing. and then up load it to youtube with the title "hey, jimmy kimmel, i gave my wife or girlfriend a terrible gift for valentine's day." that way we can find it. we'll collect all our favorites and run them next week. our lawyers are asking that you do not harm anyone or damage any property or kill anything while making your videos, but be creative. we came up with a similar challenge for mother's day last year. this was one of the better gifts. >> ah! oh, gosh. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: still not sure why they would let her use a knife to open a goose. but again, do this and upload your wife or girlfriend's reaction with the title hey, jimmy kimmel, i gave my wife or girlfriend a terrible gift for valentine's day. check your account for a message
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from us. let's make absolutely sure you get no sex this valentine's day, okay? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] thank you. while we're on the subject of love, soon-to-be parents kim kardashian and kanye west were in rio this weekend where they stopped to see the famous statue of christ the redeemer and decided to pose like christ the redeemer. it's ironic because jesus died for our sins and kim got eight reality shows for hers. [ laughter ] some people were very upset about this. [ laughter ] even jesus, who usually turns the other cheek couldn't help but swat them away. the 85th annual academy awards are coming up on sunday, february 24th. i have not had a chance to see all the movies nominated for best picture, so i asked someone to see them all for me and that someone is this guy. >> these two women are trying to help him. he runs up and grabs one of them.
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a guy that big can snap a woman's neck like a pencil stick. so went right up behind with a hatchet. smash, smash, smash! >> jimmy: yeah. that is the hitchhiker. we met him last night. tonight he returns to us with the review of the movie "zero dark thirty." >> yeah, okay. let's watch the movies. "zero dark thirty" is about how we're being told to keep our bodies alkaline and being fled fluoride in the water, because fluoride weakens your bones and keeping yourself alkaline is a good way to get dosed by a scopalomine. if they were try to get you all to act like [ bleep ] zombies so
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they could slay y'all and take your houses, then that would be a good [ bleep ] way of doing it. i drink a lot of coffee to acidify urine and i definitely take a lot of vitamin c, so if y'all want to, you know, like realize what's going on, take out the rich before they take out you, then you'd be doing something real smart for yourself. [ laughter ] so osama bin laden was a sheik. >> jimmy: all right. [ applause ] that was kai's last movie review. thank you, kai. we're going to take a quick break. when we come back, my cousin sal will be dumping snow down people's pants. we're going to talk to spiderman about an alleged assault on a tourist. then jessica alba in the kissing booth, bobby flay, and music from ellie goulding on the way. so come on back. lobsterfest is the king of all promotions.
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>> jimmy: thanks for coming back. still to come, jessica alba, chef bobby flay, and ellie goulding. as our studio audience knows, there are people who stand outside our theatre on hollywood boulevard dressed up as characters from tv shows and movies. they make their living by posing with tourists for tips. not only does this go on in hollywood, it goes on in times square in new york, too. i guess things aren't quite as friendly in new york. because on sunday, a man dressed as spiderman posed for a photograph with a group of children. after they took the picture, the mom said she didn't have any money to tip him. spiderman allegedly got angry, told the woman "you're crap" and punched her in the face. in front of the kids. which is the sort of behavior you'd expect from the hulk, but
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not spiderman. [ laughter ] he claims he hit her because she threw a snowball at him. he says it was an act of self-defense. this is a weird detail. after the alleged incident, the woman mistakenly started yelling at a different guy dressed as spiderman. she got the wrong spiderman and started screaming at him. that's the thing. when something like this happens, it affects all spidermen, even ours here in hollywood. we have our own hollywood boulevard spiderman. [ cheers and applause ] spiderman, did you hear the story about the spiderman in new york who was arrested for punching a woman in the face? >> yeah, i know. this is very -- i don't know, it's crazy. >> jimmy: it's what, spiderman? >> it's crazy. >> jimmy: it's crazy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: do people sometimes neglect to tip you? >> not really. >> jimmy: not really. they all tip you? spiderman, when somebody does forget to tip you or declines to tip you, how do you handle that? >> excuse me?
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>> jimmy: never mind. can you take off the mask for a second maybe? that might help. can you lift the mask up so we can see your mouth? >> it's okay, it's okay. >> jimmy: don't worry. you can't get the mask off? >> i can't. >> jimmy: why not, you're protecting your secret identity? >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well then why can't you take it off? >> no, i can't. i am spiderman. >> jimmy: oh, you're spiderman. >> yes. absolutely. >> jimmy: yeah, sometimes spiderman will lift up part of his mask. remember when he kissed mary jane in the movie, he picked up his mask halfway? >> yeah, spiderman can't. i don't remember the movies. >> jimmy: you don't remember much of the movies? >> not seen the spiderman movies. >> jimmy: you've not seen any of the spiderman movies? >> no. >> jimmy: you dress as spiderman every single day. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you've not seen any of the movies. >> no. >> jimmy: do you know what
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spiderman's secret identity is? you know what? we're going to have to take that spiderman costume from you. i attended to talk about this assault in new york, but you are not fit to wear the spiderman. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: please, just lift your mask up a little bit so we can see your mouth. >> you're gonna see everything. look, it's me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: maybe there's a language barrier? >> no, i heard you. it's the costume. that's all. >> jimmy: it's the spider costume. all right, all right. do you know who peter parker is? >> it's me. >> jimmy: oh. all right. that's what i was looking for half an hour ago. [ laughter ] all right. well, thank you very much, spiderman. you've been very helpful. >> yeah, you're welcome.
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[ applause ] >> jimmy: you know, the weather in new york and all over the eastern seaboard, it's been very, very cold. first we had nemo, tropical storm nemo. and then we had -- it's winter storm orco. they both hammered the east coast and the midwest. weather-wise, i'm starting to feel guilty because here in l.a., it's been like -- i think it was like 65 degrees and sunny today, and that's not fair. we need to suffer, too. so my cousin sal ventured out on to hollywood boulevard today with a shovel and a wheelbarrow full of snow to make sure people out here are sharing this heavy winter load. >> we feel bad that everyone back east is getting hammered with the winter storm, so what i'm doing is to show our sympathy, i am shoveling snow down people's pants. >> down people's pants? >> down people's pants. so unzip there, donald. okay. ready? one, two, three. >> oh, that's just fine.
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>> one, two, three. >> ah! >> oh, oh! >> oh, my gosh! >> oh! >> oh, sorry, charlie. >> ah! >> there you go. how did that feel? >> feels great. >> it's like being in a storm, right? >> yeah. >> do you do snow angels? >> i have. >> would you want to do one now? >> sure. >> okay. >> thank you, east coast. >> hey, best of luck on the east coast. hope all is well. >> keep talking. keep talking. >> um, my parents are in virginia. i hope you're not under ten feet of snow. >> one more. a couple snow. >> i'm a new yorker. i hope everything is okay. and you've got some great weather coming your way. >> there you go. say something nice to them. >> oh, man. i hope you guys are doing all
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right out there. it's pretty chilly here in california. it's really cold, actually. >> stay warm. >> do stay warm. >> thank you, cousin sal. thanks to everyone who participated. we have a good show tonight. chef bobby flay is here. we have music from ellie goulding. we'll be right back with jessica alba. so stick around. [ male announcer ] playing in the nfl is tough. ♪ doing it with a cold, just not going to happen. ♪ vicks dayquil powerful non-drowsy 6-symptom cold & flu relief. ♪ no matter what city you're playing tomorrow. [ coughs ] [ male announcer ] you can't let a cold keep you up tonight. ♪ vicks nyquil powerful nighttime 6-symptom cold & flu relief. ♪
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>> jimmy: tonight on the program, from the food network, his latest show is called "worst cooks in america" chef bobby flay is with us. he's going to show us how to make the ultimate hamburger. i will be the judge of that. and then, with music from this album called "halcyon" ellie goulding is here with us. tomorrow night we'll be joined by james franco, from "the taste." nigella lawson, and musical guest fall out boy. and on thursday, we'll spend valentine's day with rachel weisz and josh groban. two very beautiful people. our first guest juggles the unlikely job of internationally renowned actress by night and online eco-friendly baby-wipe magnate by day; you can hear her in the new animated 3-d adventure "escape from planet earth." it opens in theaters friday, please say hello to jessica alba.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> well, hello. >> jimmy: it's great to see you. i heard you haven't been feeling we well, but you look well. >> no, i was a little vomitosey. >> jimmy: when? >> after we had dinner the other night. >> oh, really? >> it's why i agreed to do the kissing booth thing. now i'm like was that such a good idea? >> jimmy: i don't think the germs can get through the glass, though. >> i'm going to just germ it up. all over those people. >> jimmy: i'm sure those people will be more than happy to vomit as a result of touching your lips. are you a good patient when you're sick? >> i'm a terrible patient. i think i'm good because i self-diagnose. so i already know exactly with a
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i have before, so i do all the work for them before i get there. >> jimmy: that's so convenient, yeah. >> like last week. >> jimmy: what happened last week? >> the problem is my husband really hates it. >> jimmy: when you diagnose yourself? >> because i always have everything. so basically, i thought i was having a stroke last week. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you really think you were having a stroke? >> i really, really thought i was. it was 2:30 in the morning and i woke up and my hand started to go numb. and then the whole entire thing went numb. and then it was numb and dead. i couldn't move it. and then my whole arm went numb. and i got a cold sensation from the back of my neck up to the front. i was like i can't move my face. and so i was like, cash! he was like don't, stop talking. no, no, cash, there's something wrong. he was like you've got to be kidding me right now. no, but i really think -- i'm just going to google it. so i googled it. and it was like stroke.
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like every site was like stroke. >> jimmy: can i ask you, did you think stroke before you googled it? >> i had no idea. i was like why did my thing fall asleep for like ten minutes? i was like it's still asleep. i was like it's still asleep. i couldn't do this. i can't do this. i can't do this. >> jimmy: but isn't one of the things about stroke is you can't google the symptoms when you're having the stroke? >> maybe. maybe that would have told me. >> jimmy: so what did cash -- is he used to this routine? >> so he's mad at me. so i texted my pediatrician. >> jimmy: what? >> it's the only person that will answer me at 2:30 in the morning. so i texted him. and i was like so, i have these symptom where is my whole thing went numb for like ten minutes and i got the cold sensation and i have a head ache, i totally have a headache now. my heart beat is getting fast.
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i think i'm having heart palpitations. like it's all going downhill. he was like, you know, you're a little young for this. you're really paranoid. maybe you should go to e.r., if that will make you feel better. it's not about making me feel better. i just want to make sure i'm not dying. and cash was like babe, you really need to stop this. i'm so tired. like no way. >> jimmy: you're not having a stroke. >> you're not having a stroke. just go to sleep. it will all be better when you go to sleep. i was like, but, but, i have children. they need a mom. i'm already so far. so then the pediatrician agrees to meet me at his office, at like 3:00 in the morning. he was like if it's really bad, then i'll take you to the e.r. and we can, like, do all of that. and so he assessed me. he's like driving to his office at 3:00 in the morning. and he was like, you know, i think you're fine.
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but you have all the symptoms of a stroke if you were 50. but i'm not 50. so he was like, so the guy at the e.r. really wants to take a look at you. >> jimmy: i'll bet he did. [ laughter ] yeah, bring her in. sounds like a stroke. [ applause ] >> whatever! so i got a cat scan, okay? he made me have a cat scan. >> jimmy: at that point was your arm numb at all anymore? >> it wasn't numb at all anymore. it was numb prior. so they all said you had all the signs of a stroke if you were much older. and so then the neuroologist -- so anyway, they had me in all these things. i was like cash, it's so cold. and i'm like on the gurney. i was like can you get me a blanket? he was like are you kidding me? people are dying here. we shouldn't etch ven be here. he was like i'm waiting in the waiting room.
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so he laid down in the waiting room for four hours. and i was like -- for four hours. and then i got an mri after. >> jimmy: and it was -- >> and then i have carpal tunnel. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: carpal tunnel? >> it wasn't like it was nothing. i have carpal tunnel in my wrist and my elbow, apparently. and the doctor was like, you know, actresses get carpal tunnel, too. i was like i actually have an internet business and i'm sitting at a computer a lot. >> jimmy: be honest, were you excited to have been diagnosed with something? there had to be some part of you that had to be like please let me have a stroke. >> i really didn't want to have a stroke because i want to live for a long time. maybe before i had them i would have wanted it to be something, just so i could give it to cash because he was so mean. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that would fix him. >> see! no, no. i actually am really happy. >> jimmy: did you get carpal tunnel from writing this book?
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>> probably. it took a long time. >> jimmy: what's going on with this? >> that's honor's glitter. >> jimmy: your daughter put that there? >> i don't think it was supposed to be there. oops. >> jimmy: i think it would be a nice addition to every book. i just thought of something. this could help you sell it in india, too. [ laughter ] get some international appeal going. >> spread the word. >> jimmy: your movie is called "escape from planet earth." it's an animated, 3-d animated film. >> it's the first time i ever voiced an animation film. i play a villain. >> jimmy: are the kids excited? >> honor loved it. she was like my favorite character was the good girl and not you, mommy. i was like oh. thank you for clarifying. >> jimmy: we're going to take a look at a clip from that. when we come back, also we're going to send jessica out to the kissing booth, which is going to be kind of disgusting. >> yeah, i'm coughing, vomiting all over them. >> jimmy: jessica alba is here.
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>> so you liked it? >> it's okay. >> what's wrong? >> nothing, it's fine. just, i was expecting more. >> well, that was just a sample. there's more coming, i promise. i'm bringing enough so we can rule the universe together. >> hurry, my love. >> jimmy: that is jessica alba, and william shatner in "escape from planet earth." still to come, ellie goulding will be here and bobby flay, too. right now, jessica is outside. we have this new booth, celebrity kissing booth. how are you feeling in there, jessica? >> i'm feeling hot and bothered. >> jimmy: oh. sal, how are you feeling? >> jimmy, some of the loneliest perverts in hollywood have assembled tonight. it's going to be a good showing. >> jimmy: how should we do this? jessica, do you want to decide with whom you will share a kiss tonight? >> oh, my god, i can't even -- you guys pick and then we'll go
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from there. >> jimmy: this is starting to feel like the movie "fame." okay, let's see all our candidates here, sal. oh, what a coincidence, we have a lot of guys lined up. hey, jessica, maybe you would prefer a woman to a man. >> yes, maybe. >> jimmy: whoa, how about the one there -- yeah, you right there in the front, with the vest on. yeah. would you like to make out with jessica alba? >> it's always been a dream of mine. >> jimmy: oh. weird, it's been a dream of mine too and i just met you. isn't that funny? all right. all right, so just step right up there. oh, it's a threesome. what's going on here? oh, my goodness. not even any tongue there. let's have one more. one more, jessica? >> how about that young man -- that young man right there. >> jimmy: which young man? >> that young man right there.
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>> he's pretty disgusting. >> jimmy: he looks pretty happy. what's your name? >> my name is lifa. >> jimmy: how do you spell that? >> l-i-f-a. from south africa. >> jimmy: welcome. and what a welcome you're about to get. >> it sure is. >> jimmy: how are you going to explain this to the people back home? >> i have no idea. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, lifa, you step right up. >> hi, i'm jessica first. >> jimmy: i think we made a love connection here. all right, lifa, feel free to use tongue if you like. whatever you want to do. okay. all right. on the count of three, one, two, three -- playing hard to get, i
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like that. >> give me your cheek. oh! >> jimmy: nicely done, lifa. jessica, come back in and we'll make hamburgers, all right? jessica alba, everyone. "escape from planet earth" opens in theaters friday. we'll be right back with chef bobby flay. while everyone else seems headed in the wrong direction, ford is not just going forward, it's going further. introducing the entirely new ford fusion. with a hybrid that's the most fuel-efficient midsize sedan in america. it's an entirely new idea of what a car can be.
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>> jimmy: our next guest appears on the food network more often than food. he's a renowned chef and restaurateur with 5 tv shows, including "worst cooks in america." his 2nd season premieres sunday night at 9:00. please say hello to bobby flay, everyone. bobby, how are you? good to see you. this is jessica. i don't know if you guys know each other. >> i'm moving in. >> jimmy: let's get right into this, bobby. last time you were here, we had a throwdown? >> yeah, eggplant parmesan. >> jimmy: i feel i was robbed. you won a split decision. >> i crushed you. >> jimmy: it was 2-1. i was interested that you won making an eggplant parmesan despite the fact that you did not use any parmesan. >> is that true? you went and checked it out after the ruls came?
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>> jimmy: you told me what the ingredients were. >> now we're here for the burger death match. i'm going to show you how to make the perfect burger. not the fanciest burger. the perfect burger. >> jimmy: this is a match between me and my heart. >> this is 80/20. if it's too lean, it's too dry and has no flavor. so basically you don't want to overwork the meat. you want to press down with your palms. check it out. hi. >> hi. >> jimmy: i have a feeling lifa is overworking the meat right now. [ laughter ] >> all right, here's a trick. when you cook a burger on a griddle and it plumps up and
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people press it down with the spatula. i take my thumb and make a well in the middle of the burger. this way it actually comes back to the shape that we want it. lots of salt and pepper. >> jimmy: you put no seasoning inside the beef? >> i do not. i don't put anything inside the beef. that's meatloaf. we're making burgers. >> jimmy: interesting that you're so technical now. >> that was two years ago. you're still on that? >> jimmy: of course. it was my only throwdown and i lost. what kind of oil are we using here? >> no oil, because obviously we're making a healthy burger. >> jimmy: nice. >> here's the story. i have these burger restaurants on the east coast. there's a sign in the kitchen that says -- >> jimmy: the letter c? >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what does it say?
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>> it says bobby says melt the cheese completely. i go to a restaurant and order a cheeseburger, i hate when they don't go the extra 20 seconds and melt the cheese completely. so here's how i melt the cheese. i put a little bit of water into the pan and i cover it and i let it steam. this way the burger actually gets -- the cheese really gets nice and melty and actually drips down. now, when i was a kid, i would always eat the fries or the potato chips next to the burger, and now i do something called crunch ifying your burger. >> definitely getting a heart attack. >> jimmy: did you trademark the word crunchify? how hard did they laugh when you said i would like to trademark the word crunchify? >> can you toast some buns for us? >> jimmy: i heard you flew these buns in from new york. >> i look at the burger as the
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quintessential sandwich so every layer is really important. we talked about the meat. we talked about the condiments. i want a soft bun because i don't want a bun that is just too firm and breaks the burger up. i want it to become part of the burger. >> jimmy: yeah. no, i'm with you on that. >> me, too. >> you're not happy with this burger. >> jimmy: i'm not being sarcastic. i like a soft bun on the hamburger. >> put that right on top of there. >> jimmy: i agree with the soft bun. you're frying these. >> soft, but firm. >> look how nice and melted the cheese is. it makes your mouth water. >> jimmy: what kind of cheese is that? cheddar? >> american. cheddar cheese is too waxy for burgers. this is a very simple burger but it's the perfect burger. what would you like on your burger? >> jimmy: whatever you think is good. what do you think are the ideal toppings? >> ladies first.
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>> i'm with jimmy. >> let's make a crunch burger. >> jimmy: let's crunchify this thing. do you get like a dollar every time i say that? >> $3. >> here you go. >> jimmy: that's it, huh? >> just think crisp potato chips. >> jimmy: what about this stuff? >> you said you didn't want anything on there. >> jimmy: said whatever you think. >> all right, so a little bit of red onion. just a very thin slice. you like pickles? >> i like pickles. but you're definitely not kissing anyone after that red onion. >> well, your kissing is over for the night. >> jimmy: we might go back out there. [ laughter ] crun crun crunchifing. >> i have a chipotle recipe. >> i didn't trademark that yet.
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here we go. >> is that mine? okay. >> the deal is that you just take it and you pick it up and you crunch it, just like this. you can hear that crunch. it's nice and juicy. you just take a bite. >> jimmy: guillermo, you want to share this with me? >> guillermo, i just ate your burger. >> jimmy: that's all right. he can share it with me. we share food anyway. remember jessica said she was vomiting yesterday? [ laughter ] >> how about some guacamole? >> we shared a booth. >> jimmy: this is absolutely delicious. >> this is like the best burger ever. >> jimmy: i'm sorry my mouth is full. where do you find the worst cooks in america? [ laughter ] >> don't you feed him? >> jimmy: sometimes. >> guillermo, i'll feed you and then you can come to work. worst cooks in america, it's
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like they've never seen a stove before, but they are awful. they get better over time. >> jimmy: he's making his own meal. bobby flay, "worst cooks in america" premieres february 17th, 9:00 on the food network. when we come back, music from ellie goulding. we'll be right back.
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>> jimmy: her album is called halcyon. here with the song, anything could happen, ellie goulding. ♪ ♪ stripped to the waist we fall into the river cover your eyes so you don't know the secret ♪ ♪ i've been trying to hide we held our breath to see our names are written on the wreck of '86 ♪ ♪ that was the year i knew the panic was over yet since we found out
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since we found out ♪ ♪ that anything could happen anything could happen anything could happen anything could happen ♪ ♪ anything could happen anything could happen anything could after the war we said ♪ ♪ we'd fight together i guess we thought that's just what humans do letting darkness grow ♪ ♪ as if we need its palette and we need its color

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