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>> jimmy: thanks, guys. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. thanks for clapping. i hope the secret service went easy on your bodies as you came in here. our building is locked down because hillary clinton is here tonight. you know -- [ cheers and applause ] it's very exciting. bernie sanders was here on tuesday and secretary clinton is here tonight. they're an interesting pair because they're still competing with each other, but eventually we know they're going to team up to stop the deranged billionaire who wants to take over the world. which if you think about it is basically the plot to "batman v. superman," the movie. they spoiled it without giving an alert. donald trump, remember when he said there are two donald trumps? well, if that's true, they're both crazy. because if you haven't been following this, there was a campaign ad supporting ted cruz in utah that use
i think we have that. that was the ad. so it was placed by a super pac, not the cruz campaign, which means ted cruz probably had nothing to do with it. but donald trump is donald trump. so he fired up the twitter and he threatened to spill the beans on ted cruz's wife, heidi. what exactly he meant by that nobody knows. but then today trump retweeted this photograph. he said "no need to spill the beans, the images are worth a thousand words." that's heidi cruz and his wife. which if i didn't know what this was i'd just assume that the woman on the left was angry because her disgusting husband just left her for the woman on the right. [ laughter ] but someone needs to take his phone away from him, right? at this point even kanye is like -- [ cheers and applause ] his tweets are nuts. and ted cruz, at first he took this in stride. but this afternoon he was in wisconsin. and they asked him about it. and he made everyone very uncomfortable. >> it's not easy to tick me off.
but you mess with my wife, you mess with my kids, that will do it every time. donald, you're a sniveling coward and leave heidi the hell alone. >> will you support him if he's the nominee? >> i'm going to beat him for the nomination. he is not -- i am answering the question. donald trump will not be the nominee. >> jimmy: he practiced that -- i can imagine him in the mirror practicing that over and over again. by the way, that's a great question, ask him if he'll support him as the nominee. kudos to the reporter for hitting with that one on the spot. ted cruz will be on our show next week, so we'll have plenty to talk about. i know it's been said a million times. th this election, it's -- people attack each other's wives, people bragging about their private parts. remember when john kerry's campaign ended because people saw a picture of him wind surfing? [ laughter ] it was a simpler time. if it does come down to donald
the vote was today, donald trump would be in trouble. according to a new bloomberg poll, clinton leads trump in a hypothetical match-up 54% to 36%. and this is interesting, 68% of likely general election voters according to this poll view donald trump negatively. and the other 32% don't have twitter or television. [ laughter ] i have to believe that hillary is quietly on team trump too. i'll find out shortly. as you might expect, hillary clinton travels with a good-sized entourage. she has secret service, personal aides, she's got advisers, she has a guy who takes care of her lizards full-time. a lot of people. we had to shuffle things around to accommodate our other guests tonight. and peter krause was very nice to -- oh, hey, peter. [ cheers and applause ] >> what? >> jimmy: i said hi, peter. >> oh, hey, jimmy. how are you doing? >> jimmy: doing well, thank you. you okay? >> yeah, i just -- yeah. >> jimmy: all right, i'm sorry we had to put you in the laundry room. we just kind of ran out of space. >> not a problem, jimmy, happy to do my part. >> jim:
there. do you have drinks, snacks? >> um -- no. i don't. >> jimmy: you don't, okay. we'll get you some of those things in there, okay? >> all right. hey, hey, hey, whoa. >> jimmy: i'm sorry about that. we sometimes let the neighbors use our washer and dryer. it's part of our community outreach program. >> that's great, good, yeah. there's no problem. i remember my laundromat days. >> jimmy: all right. so there you go. all right, thank you very much. peter, we'll see you a little bit later. i don't know who this man is. >> for the love of god! >> jimmy: thank you, peter. [ cheers and applause ] what a great sport. a lot of guests would go home. are any of you currently on a group text? it's like the worst thing about being alive after the year 2000. being on a group text is the closest thing to being held hostage without being in an actual hostage situation. even if you try to get out everyone sees it and you look like a jerk. what you're about to see is a real group text sent between a real group of friends that we
set to music and will be performed by a very popular music group. and here they are now singing an actual group text. please welcome fifth harmony! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ uh ♪ hey ♪ uh, uh ♪ are you guys interested in getting dinner this week ♪ ♪ i believe this wed would work for us. wednesday works for me ♪ ♪ could we do it tuesday or friday ♪ ♪ wednesday doesn't work for me ♪ ♪ we could do friday ♪ okay, how about tuesday ♪ tuesday doesn't work either actually tuesday works ♪ ♪ great, what time ♪ 7 ♪ 7 works ♪ could we do 8 >> oh, no. i just realized i can't do this week after all. sorry, guys. >> okay. >> sad emoji.
>> jimmy: it's over? all right. that's fifth harmony. it's never over by the way. it's never over. you know, hillary clinton has promised if she's elected we won't have group texts anymore. they will be abolished. [ cheers and applause ] mrs. clinton also promised that she will fight for equal pay for women in the workplace. equal pay is an issue that could affect many generations of americans. and since children are our future, according to the song anyway, i thought it would be a good idea to get their take on it. so we went out on the street and we asked kids to explain why they think women get paid less than men. and this is what they had to say. ♪ >> why do you think women get paid less than men for the same jobs? >> girls don't work as hard as the boys. >> what are they doing instead of working hard? >> doing other stuff. >> like what kind of other stuff? >> texting and running on the track. >> w
>> maybe women aren't acting as they should. maybe they're acting weird so people think that they shouldn't be treated as fairly as men would be. >> how come the women make less money than men? >> probably some women in california don't really have jobs. >> why do you think that women make less money than men? >> i think these are very underrated because they can do more but people expect them to do less. [ cheers and applause ] >> what more can they do? >> well, a lot of people underestimate them. and they could do so much more. there's jobs that men can't do that women can. >> like what? [ cheers and applause ] >> like they can be an actress if they want. >> and a man can't be an actress? >> well -- they can be whatever their heart tells them to do. >> how come the woman gets paid less? >> the woman might like -- maybe like do stuff a little bit wrong. but she still gets paid less.
little bit wrong? >> because maybe she doesn't know those stuff. maybe they didn't teach her those stuff. >> but the guy knows that stuff? >> yes. >> do you think women are not as good at jobs as men? >> they're very good. and they work all the time like my mom. >> and how about men? >> they work too. >> who works harder? >> mom. [ applause ] >> equal rights. >> how do you think we're going to make that happen? >> maybe -- let's see. if we have like a good group of people to help around the world, or maybe a good president who could help. >> who would be a good president to help with that? >> probably donald trump. [ laughter ] because he can -- i think he thinks of women and men the same and equal.
less money than men for the same jobs? is this giving you a headache? [ laughter ] >> why do you think that women make less money than men? >> well, probably because women care about shopping more than work. >> so you think that they're kind of slacking off at work, shopping online, and that's -- yeah? have you ever seen that happen? >> no. but i think it. >> why do you think that women make less money than men? >> because men work harder. harder in like real estate and other jobs. >> how do you know that? >> because my dad's a real estate agent. >> have you ever seen a female real estate agent? >> yes, i've seen a couple. >> and you think they don't work as hard? >> i think they slouch. [ laughter ] >> why do you think women make less money than men? >> because all the men make all the decisions and make all the rules. and it's always male presidents.
president. >> if there was a female president, do you think all that would change? >> probably a little bit. >> do you think that will ever happen? >> i hope so. >> why do you think women make less money than men for the same jobs? >> i don't know. the world's just a messed-up place. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show we have music from fifth harmony. peter krause is here. and we'll be right back with hillary clinton. no flipping! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey there, can i help you with anything? hey siri, what's at&t's latest offer? oh, i don't think that siri can... right now, switch to at&t for an iphone and get one free. wow, is that right? yeah, it's basically... yes. that is the current offer from at&t.
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♪ show. tonight, from the brand new shonda rhimes show "the catch" which premiered earlier tonight here on abc, peter krause is with us. he is in the laundry room right now. [ cheers and applause ] then, a very popular and talented group of young ladies. their new album is called "7/27" fifth harmony from the samsung outdoor stage. [ cheers and applause ] next week on the show, as i mentioned, ted cruz will be here. salma hayek will be here. not together. ashton kutcher, reggie miller, mike epps, the trailer park boys will journey down from canada. and we will have music from david gilmour, lukas graham and st. lucia. so please join us for all of that. our first guest tonight is a former senator from new york, former secretary of state, former first lady. and if things go as she hopes, will one day be former president of the united states. please welcome hillary clinton.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ well, thanks for taking time to stop on your visit to los angeles. welcome back to our city. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: did you raise a lot of funds today? >> we're working on it. >> jimmy: you're working. do they give you the money in cash like a wedding? >> in a paper bag? >> jimmy: it's a sack that you carry around? >> yeah. no, there are rules for this. >> jimmy: there are rules, a lot of rules. >> lots and lots of rules. >> jimmy: there are fewer rules than there used to be but there are definitely rules. >> well, that's true. and that's why we've got to end citizens united, which is the biggest mistake when it comes to financing our democracy and campaigns that the supreme court could have made. >> jimmy: it's one of the things that you oppose that you think is wrong. but in order to stay competitive? >> we've got to go out and raise money. i raise a lot of money at events, and i raise a lot of money online.
but there should not be these huge loopholes for corporations and billionaires to just put as much money as they want to and not even have to tell you who it comes from or really disclose very much at all. it's wrong. >> jimmy: is president clinton with you on this trip? >> no, he is not with me on this trip. >> jimmy: he is not with you on this trip. >> he was out here in california, but he's worked his way back to new york. >> jimmy: i think it was last week he said something to the effect of a hillary clinton presidency would make up for -- what was the exact word? the awful legacy of the last eight years. and a lot of people thought that was a shot at president obama. >> yeah, it wasn't. it was obviously not. i mean, he nominated president obama for his second term and we are both very proud supporters of president obama. but what it was was the recognition that president obama, who i think doesn't get the credit he deserves for getting as much done --
[ cheers and applause ] faced this implacable wall of hostility from the republicans. we're seeing it again, jimmy, with their opposition to even meeting with and considering the president's nominee for the supreme court. that to me is just beyond partisanship. it is really tearing at the guts of the constitution. and our responsibility is for the president to do what he's done and for the senate to fulfill their role. >> jimmy: do you think if the situation was reversed, if there was a republican president and the democrats were in control of that, do you think that it would be the same thing? that they'd say, we don't want a conservative supreme court justice and let's do everything we can to prevent that from happening? >> well, i would hope not. but you have the chance at the end of the process to vote yes or no. what the republicans in the senate are refusing to do is even go through the process. they won't meet with the nominee. they won't hold a hearing, which
is what is supposed to happen. and then you go to the floor of the senate and there's all kinds of procedures you can follow and you can either vote yes or no. but to refuse even to give the nominee the chance to be heard i think is unprecedented. >> jimmy: is it possible they're busy? >> no. [ laughter ] no, if they were busy and they were doing the work of the country as opposed to obstructionism, they should still find time to fit in a supreme court nominee. but no, they're not busy. >> jimmy: i'm sure you saw the bloomberg poll that has in a head-to-head matchup if the election was held today that you would beat donald trump by i think it was 18 points. do you put a lot of stock in something like that? >> no. >> jimmy: you don't? >> it's way too soon. you know, this election has not really settled into what it's going to be for the general election. i'm still hoping to get the nomination for the democratic party.
i don't take anything for granted. i'm working really, really hard. the other side is totally up in the air. so we don't know yet how it's going to actually take shape. so i don't think any poll right now about what happens in november makes sense. >> jimmy: do you feel like the other side is more up in the air than your side is? >> well, i think -- yes, i think we -- obviously i have a different perspective. i think senator sanders and i have run a campaign based on the issues. and i think that's been to the benefit of those who vote in the democratic primaries and caucuses. whereas i think the republicans have really descended into insults. to me that's not about the future. it's not about what they would do as president. >> jimmy: have you ever seen anything like it or even read anything like this historically? an election that has descended to such incredible depths?
i don't get me wrong. [ laughter ] >> that's what i hear. >> jimmy: i love it. i can't get enough of it. i'd like to see some punches thrown. [ laughter ] >> wow. >> jimmy: not with you. [ laughter ] >> i'd better be really careful here. >> jimmy: you should be careful bernie doesn't poke you in the eye with that finger. [ laughter ] >> you know, i've never seen this at the presidential level. >> jimmy: do you look forward to, if you do get the nomination and if donald trump gets the nomination, do you look forward to debating donald trump? >> if he's the nominee i look forward to debating him, yes, absolutely. because i actually think most voters, when you start focusing on who can do the job, who can be president, who can be commander in chief, what you stand for, what you say you will do, i think voters take that responsibility seriously. and i look forward to debating him and trying to figure out where he stands on issues. >> jimmy: do you think he knows who like the prime minister of canada is? >> no, but --
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raskin: i'm jamie raskin, and i approve this message. >> jimmy: we are back with hillary clinton, who's running for president of the united states. over the last several months we've learned a lot about you. i think more than anything we've learned that your e-mails are very boring. [ laughter ] >> yes, i'm told that. >> jimmy: hopefully we'll get more out of this. this is one i'd like to go through. this is to lauren giloti. you said, "i was just thinking about this last week. i want to order some tomorrow. apples. so they'll be in your office when you get back from unga." what's unga? >> the u.n. general assembly. >> jimmy: oh, it stands for something. [ laughter ]
i thought it was some african na just stopped sending them after the new year. i'll set up an account." this is about pot, right? [ laughter ] this is how you order marijuana in code? >> this is really top secret stuff. you know, when i was senator from new york, one of the great joys was advocating for all the different businesses in new york. and new york produces a lot of apples. and so -- >> jimmy: hence the name the big apple. >> hence the name the big apple. and so i always kept fresh apples in my office for people to take advantage of. and we hadn't gotten any apples for a while, so i was wondering where the apples were. i mean, i am sure someone could make a lot out of that. but that is the case. it was about real apples from new york. >> jimmy: not pot, then. why do you disagree with bernie sanders about decriminalizing marijuana at the federal level? >> well, look, i think what the
states are doing right now needs to be supported. and i absolutely support all the states that are moving toward medical marijuana, moving toward absolutely legalizing it for recreational use. but i want to see what the states learn from that experience. because there are still a lot of questions that we have to answer at the federal level. what i've said is, let's take it off the what's called schedule one. >> jimmy: i notice your hand motion. [ laughter ] >> take it off the schedule one. and put it on a lower schedule. so that we can actually do research about it. [ applause ] you know, there's some great evidence about what marijuana can do for people who are in cancer treatments, who have other kinds of chronic diseases, who are suffering from intense pain. there's great, great anecdotal evidence. but i want to us start doing the research. because jimmy, suppose you're taking two or three prescription
drugs and you don't know what dosage you should be mixing with everything. make that available and let's do more to support it. >> jimmy: you'll be happy, guillermo is working on a research project right now. [ laughter ] >> guillermo: that's right. >> jimmy: he's going to report -- >> i want to hear from him. i am accepting information from everybody. >> jimmy: you have received an endorsement from snoop dogg. [ laughter ] >> yes, i have. >> jimmy: which is really key. >> i have, that's right. >> jimmy: we had your husband, president clinton, on this show. i asked him about ufos and area 51 and if he looked in -- if i was president that's the first thing i'd do, go right into those files and see what was going on. >> right. >> jimmy: he said that he did do that. >> yes. >> jimmy: and that he didn't nd anything. >> well, i -- >> jimmy: oh! [ laughter ] >> i'm going to do it again. >> jimmy: yeah, why not? >> right? and you know, there's a new name. it's "unexplained aerial phenomenon."
>> jimmy: unexplained aerial >> yeah. uap. that's the latest nomenclature. >> jimmy: i like the old one, ufo, i don't know why. >> i think we can use them interchangeably. i would like us to go into those files and hopefully make as much of that public as possible. if there's nothing there, let's tell people there's nothing there. >> jimmy: what if there is something there? >> if there is something there, unless it's a threat to national security, i think we ought to share it with the public. >> jimmy: what if everybody's hopped up on medical marijuana and everybody gets paranoid? >> that's why i want more research. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: if you share it with me, i'll decide what is the best course of action. i really have my ear to the ground. >> well, i'm more than happy to do that. >> jimmy: are you jealous of bernie sanders' slogan "feel the bern"? because it is a really good slogan. [ laughter ] >> i've got to say i'm not. >> jimmy: you're not? because i've seen some of yours and they're not as good. >> well, i've never -- i've never been as good as slogans. >> that's your new button,
hillary y'all. >> that comes across. yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: what do you think of this one? that's yours. that's one from your real collection. >> that's right. >> jimmy: i've got -- these are all from your real collection. here we go. you be hillin'. you know run dmc? >> yeah. that's -- >> jimmy: run dnc is what you're going to have. all right. how about this one? hillin' like a villain. [ laughter ] >> i think we can do better. take a hill pill? >> jimmy: take a hill pill. >> preferably medical marijuana. >> jimmy: this one is really popular. netflix and hill. [ cheers and applause ] this one's a little racy but i think it's okay. hillary rod-damn! [ laughter ] >> that's good. >> jimmy: you like these? >> look, i love it that people make up slogans. >> jimmy: okay, good, all right. then i'll start selling these. >> do it.
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i know you think of your husband but i have something -- i feel like i am going to be your secret weapon now. i'm going to help you win this election no problem. are you familiar with man-splaining? do you know what that is? >> that's when a man explains something to a woman in a patronizing way? >> jimmy: it's when a man explains something to a woman in a condescending way, but you were close. [ laughter ] >> oh, okay. >> jimmy: so man-splaining is a way we men can help women be better. guillermo, slide in the podium. what i'd love to you do is give some of the lines from your stump speech or whatever. you do a little bit of that and then i'll man-splain to you whatever problems i might see. >> so i just start speaking? >> jimmy: just go up to that podium and to whatever it is you usually do. yeah. is that what you're going to wear to do this? [ laughter ] >> well -- yeah, i think --
>> jimmy: i think you need to think -- maybe something a but not too fun. serious but not too serious. you want to be stylish without looking like you're trying to be stylish. >> oh. >> jimmy: and also presidential. >> okay, well, i'm just going to wear this. >> jimmy: okay, you wear that. we'll talk about the outfits after. [ cheers and applause ] >> so you just want me to talk? >> jimmy: yeah, just talk and i'll correct you whenever i feel the need. >> well, thank you. it's wonderful to be here -- >> jimmy: hold on one second. >> already? >> jimmy: you're shouting. you're too loud. you're -- you don't have to shout like that, it hurts my ears. it comes off as little shrill. for men. that's all. >> shrill. for men. >> jimmy: you're making a speech, not an arrest. [ laughter ] tone it down and try it again. >> okay, i've got it. thank you. it's wonderful to be here with all of you. >> jimmy: this is good, this is good so far. >> no matter who you are, what
you look like, or who you love, i'm fighting for you -- >> jimmy: you have to speak up because we can't hear you. [ laughter ] you're like a mouse up there. you know what would be nice, if you smiled, if you put a little bit of -- you know, some teeth. >> okay, all right. america is the greatest country -- >> jimmy: don't smile like that because it's too forced. it looks like you're faking it. you have to ask yourself, do i want to be president? or do i want to be a lakers girl? [ laughter ] >> is that a real choice? >> jimmy: yeah, that's a choice. i think so. it's okay, try it again. just go from wherever and be careful with the face. >> we don't need to be made great, we need to be -- >> jimmy: oh my god with the sourpuss. [ laughter ] try to have some fun, this is like your dream, pretend you're enjoying yourself. >> you know, jimmy, your comments are kind of contradictory. >> jimmy: yeah? >> it's like nothing i do is right. >> jimmy: exactly.
you're not doing it right. [ laughter ] i can't quite put my finger on it but it's -- something is not -- you're not -- >> a man? >> jimmy: yes! that is it. you're not a man. it's -- but that was really cute the way you did it, though. >> well, thanks. that was what i was going for. >> jimmy: hillary clinton, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] see, that's how you do it. we'll be right back with peter krause! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [engine revving] powerful. ♪ by design. [tires screeching] ♪
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our history is made from the inside. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. still to come, we have
music from fifth harmony. our next guest is not running for president, but who knows? maybe he'll get a reality show and change his mind. you know him from a number of great television shows including "six feet under" and "parenthood." now, he plays as a conman called mr. x on a new show called "the catch," watch it thursday nights here on abc. please welcome peter krause. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ you could easily be a member of the secret service. >> wait, what's going on? >> jimmy: i guess so, yeah. how you doing? everything all right? >> i am very well, how are you? >> jimmy: i haven't seen you in a while. >> it's been a couple of years. i haven't been on the show but i did see you on an airplane a couple of years ago. >> jimmy: that's right. where were we going? >> well, i don't want to say where we were. because i live in that area sometimes. >> jimmy: i got you. >> i was on my way to start a baseball trip with my son and you hooked me up with a guy in major league baseball. >> jimmy: that's right, yeah. >> so we took a trip, started here, we drove to vegas, your hometown, outside of las vegas, 51s. >> jimmy: yeah, the 51s. >> and it was dollar beer night. >> jimmy: oh, at cashman field, dollar beer night. oh, my god. >> you were a little late and i think everyone had already spent five dollars. >> jimmy: how old was your son during that trip? >> he was just about 12. so it's the perfect time. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, wow.
>> your contact set us up with some field passes. name. >> in toronto -- >> jimmy: loves sex, this guy. [ laughter ] he really -- he does. he loves it. >> john does? >> jimmy: yeah, john does. he loves it. like more than usual. >> more than baseball? >> jimmy: oh, yeah, sure, more than baseball, yeah. that's his job. >> that's good to know. >> jimmy: anyway. back to your son. [ laughter ] >> well, funny you should bring it back to my son. that's how he came into the world. >> jimmy: wow. oh, so you love sex also? >> well, you know, once in a while. >> jimmy: all right, that's good. no wonder you and john hit it off. >> we all got here somehow. >> jimmy: so your son -- >> so we're in toronto. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. you guys went all over. >> because of him we got field passes. we got jose reyes autographing a baseball which was really thrilling. in minnesota we got some field passes. my hometown. and he got derek jeter's autograph there. it was his last season. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> it was really cool. so thank you very much. >> jimmy: you're a good dad going on that trip. >> that was a nice little run-in we had on the plane. >> jimmy: i lived in las vegas
and i think my cashman field one time. >> that's it? >> jimmy: and at that game, ways probably about your son's age, maybe a little bit older than that. a ball came our way. and my dad knocked out a whole line of people diving for this ball. dived over me, dived over everyone. and grabbed this ball. it was one of the most embarrassing moments of my whole life. >> did he hand it to you? >> jimmy: he fought a guy for it. no, he gave it to my brother. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is your brother younger or older? >> he's younger. so he deserved the ball. it wasn't dollar beer night either, we had no excuse at all. did you meet hillary clinton? >> i did, i met secretary clinton a minute ago. and i was thinking when she was out here that you referenced president clinton but soon it will be president and mr. clinton. right? >> jimmy: i guess, right. >> isn't that how it would be addressed? >> jimmy: i think it would be president and president clinton. >> would you sate presidents clinton? >> jimmy: you would say that. that's an excellent --
>> sounds like a band name. >> jimmy: the presidents i like that. yeah, they would wake up, hello, mr. president. hello, madam president. it could be very obnoxious if you think about it. >> but i met her and it was lovely and i hope for the very best. >> jimmy: you'd never met her? >> never. >> jimmy: you never met her. >> first time. >> jimmy: look at all the magic i'm creating for you. the baseball games -- >> i got to hang out in the laundry room. >> jimmy: i'm like your fairy godmother or something. your new show is a shonda rhimes show. which is a big deal obviously. i think all of her shows become hits. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's like you really are under a nice umbrella there at shondaland. >> indeed, she's great, very supportive. it's a very -- it's a racy show. >> jimmy: it is a racy show, yeah. you've done that before. >> "six feet under" got a little racy once in a while, yeah. >> jimmy: that was on hbo, of course. >> it was on hbo, yeah. >> jimmy: are you comfortable in that kind of a situation? >> well, i thought i was. back in the day, hbo, i certainly was more comfortable.
then i was doing a play in new york. and hbo on demand had just come out. there was an episode i hadn't seen so i put it on. and there i was simulating your friend john's favorite activity. >> jimmy: favorite activity, right. doing the blondell as i say. >> and i thought to myself, i'm not being paid nearly enough. >> jimmy: really? a lot of people would think -- >> it's out there for anybody at any moment in time. like my mother -- anyway. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, that's right. just make sure your mother doesn't know how to work her tv. >> but pretty much once an episode, yeah, i'm taking my clothes off and -- >> jimmy: that's great. that's a treat for everybody. you play a con man -- >> john will be tuning in. >> jimmy: yeah. you play a con man on this show. >> yes, i do. >> jimmy: are there con men? like -- >> there are con artists. we have a consultant who helps us out with some of our sleight of hand and such. >> jimmy: how do you know he is a con artist? that could be part of the con.
>> he talks a lot about deception, about how everything some way, and that the greatest deception of all is self-deception. >> jimmy: he didn't say that? >> he did say that. >> jimmy: did you hit him? [ laughter ] >> no. he did tell me about card games, rigged house card games. people take something that looks like an iphone but it's an infrared camera and the whole deck is marked. have you heard about this? >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> people who rig home games. like big expensive home games. he's told me all sorts of crazy stuff. >> jimmy: has he done that himself? >> he did not say that, no. >> jimmy: he did not say that. i guess that would make sense that would work, wouldn't it. well, yeah. it's a lot of fun stuff. you play this character -- >> so i'm benjamin jones, if that's my real name, and i'm a con artist. mira inos, the lovely and talented, is an investigator on the show. so like "the thomas crown affair" or "out of sight," two people on the other sides of the law who fall for each other. so i'm the con artist, she's the investigator, we fall in love. >> jimmy: i hope it's a very big hit. >> yeah, me too. it's a lot of fun. >> jimmy: it's called "the catch." sex.
>> i think you mentioned that. >> jimmy: more sex. >> pornography. >> jimmy: thursday nights at 10:00 on abc. "the catch." peter krause, everybody. we'll be right back with fifth harmony. [ cheers
and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. but jamie raskin is the only democrat for congress o's authored landmark ogressive laws -- marriage equality, equal pay for women, green maryland act, assault weapons ban, and more.
♪ music plays >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank hillary clinton, peter krause apologies to matt damon. we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next. but first, this is their upcoming album. it is called "7/27." here with the song "work from home," fifth harmony! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ ♪ i ain't worried 'bout nothin' i ain't wearin' na-nada ♪ ♪ i'm sittin' pretty impatient but i know you gotta ♪ ♪ put in them hours i'mma make it hotter i'm sending pic after picture i'mma get you fired ♪ ♪ i know you're always on the night shift but i can't stand these nights alone ♪ ♪ and i don't need no explanation 'cause baby you're the boss at home ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ but you gotta put in work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ let my body do the work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ we can work from home we can
work from home ♪ ♪ let's put it into motion i'mma give you a promotion i'll make it feel like a vacay turn the bed into an ocean ♪ ♪ we don't need nobody i just need your body nothin' but sheets in between us ♪ ♪ ain't no getting off early ♪ i know you're always on the night shift ♪ ♪ but i can't stand these nights alone and i don't need no explanation ♪ ♪ 'cause baby you're the boss at home you don't gotta go to work work work ♪ ♪ work work work work ♪ but you gotta put in work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work work work work work work work
let my body do the work ♪ ♪ work work wk we can work from home we can work from home ♪ ♪ oh yeah girl go to work for me can you make it clap no hands for me ♪ ♪ take it to the ground pick it up for me look back at it all over me ♪ ♪ put in work like my time sheet she ride it like a '63 ♪ ♪ i'mma buy her new céline let her ride in a foreign with me ♪ ♪ oh she the bae i'm her boo and she down to break the rules ride or die she gon' go i won't judge she finessin' i pipe her she take that ♪ ♪ put in overtime on your body you don't gotta go to work work work work work ♪ ♪ work work but you gotta put in
work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ you don't gotta go to work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ let my body do the work work work work work work work ♪ ♪ we can work from home oh oh oh we can work from home ♪ ♪ yeah we can work from home yeah we can work from home yeah ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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