tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC September 1, 2017 11:35pm-12:37am EDT
warning, the following episode of jimmy kimmel live is intended for immature audiences. it contains nudity, violence, more nudity, and it has a monster in it. viewer discretion is advised. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight john lithgow, jay baruchel, snoop dogg, this week in unnecessary censorship, and music from diana krall. and now, heading this way, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ >> jimmy: hi, everybody. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. i'm glad you're here. i'm looking around now because this morning driving in to work this morning i saw one of the saddest things i've ever seen. i saw a man, an adult man and if there are children watching, i want to ask you to turn your televisions off now. i saw a man right outside our building kraecarrying a homemad selfie stick. [ laughter ] just a stick, a regular stick, with his phone at the end. and the phone was secured to the stick with what seemed like 800 feet of scotch tape. [ laughter ] can you imagine? as if it isn't bad enough to buy a selfie stick, going to the lengths of making one at home. i don't even know how it would work. you still have to press the button, right in i actually tried to help him. i thought you know what i'll do? i'll run him o
put him out of his misery. [ laughter ] [ applause ] but there were a lot of people on the street. so instead i just drove by and gave him one of these. [ laughter ] with a woman too. he found someone to marry him. can you imagine this? >> guillermo: crazy, jimmy. >> jimmy: yeah, he wasn't listening. [ laughter ] the world is spinning out of control and men are making selfie sticks. i tell you. you know how president trump the other day said all that stuff about north korea facing fire and fury like the world has never seen and everyone got all worked up about it because it was, you know, insane? well, today the president held a press conference from the steps of his golf course in new jersey where not only did he not try to reel his rhetoric in, he ratcheted it up. >> if north korea does anything in terms of even thinking about attack of anybody that we love or we represent or our allies or us, they can be very, very nervous. i'll tell you why. and they should be very
because things will happen to them like they never thought possible. okay? >> jimmy: you know some things people in north korea never thought possible? eating a sandwich is one of them. [ laughter ] wi-fi, shoes, you name it. we have this president -- he is making these threats and he also said maybe his threat about the fire and fury wasn't tough enough and later in the day, he told kim jong un if you blow up guam, you are in a lot of trouble, young man. [ laughter ] >> i read about where in guam by august 15th -- let's see what he does with guam. if he does something in guam, it will be an event the likes of which no one has seen before in what will happen in north korea. >> when you say that, what do you mean? >> you'll see. you'll see. and he'll see. he will see. it's not a dare. it's a statement. it has nothing to do with dare. that's a statement. >> jimmy: it sounded like a dare, in fairness. [ laughter ] it sounded l
basically, we've given donald trump a big red button that says do not press, and now we're all sitting around hoping he doesn't press it. and by the way, where is dennis rodman when we need him? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] really, i'm seriously starting to wonder if there isn't a wire loose in trump's head. he's drunk with power right now. or maybe he's jufts drust drunk. i don't know. in either case we slowed him down to half speed for tonight's north korea edition of "drunk donald trump." ♪ [ slowed down ] >> north korea better get their act together or they're going to be in trouble like few nations ever have been in trouble in this world. okay? ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i hope you heard that. you better get your act together or you're going to be in trouble.
this is what my mother said to me when i got a d in geometry. [ laughter ] meanwhile-w all that's going on this is what's on the president's mind when he wakes up. this morning he retweeted a twitter poll, who is a better president of the united states, trump 61%, obama 39%. see, that's what you call keeping your eye on the ball. [ laughter ] and the people who posted this poll, they're not exactly scientific. this is the poll they put up earlier this week. do you think seth rich was murdered by the dnc and clinton? and half the respondents said yes. the whole thing is nuts. the president of the united states is retweeting a twitter poll that says he's better than the previous president. it's really tragic when you think about it. this is a man with a billion dollars, massive real estate empire, beautiful healthy family, the most important job in the world. he's still so needy and insecure he has to retweet a sad fake online poll. it's actually heartbreaking if you think about it. somebody needs to give him a hug and tell him he's doing the best he can before he kills everyone on guam. [ cheers and applause ]
oh, my god. could you imagine being in guam right now? [ laughter ] or ever for that matter. it's scary enough being in california. here's something to reassure those of us who live here. a public service announcement from the ventura county health agency. this is made back in 2014. it could be of assistance in the event of a nuclear attack. ♪ oh, no, it's blown ♪ the cloud is in the sky ♪ don't run no, fun, you've got to get inside ♪ ♪ you don't need to be scared ♪ you don't need to be loud ♪ because you can survive even a mushroom cloud ♪ ♪ if you want to be okay ♪ got to do what i say ♪ so get inside and stay inside, stay tuned, stay tuned to the news ♪ >> jimmy: stay tuned to the news? [ laughter ] wh
-- i am not spending my last moments on earth watching tom cannon and the action 5 news team. [ laughter ] donald trump not only is he trading threats with kim jong un, but attacking mitch mcconnell and he slammed him and told him to get back to work. from vacation he said, this which makes it even more effective. we are facing a nuclear attack and our president is having a katy perry-taylor swift type twitter feud with mitch mcconnell. but i think i have an idea. i was thinking about this last night. i think i have an idea that could help with this. did you know donald trump is the first president in over 100 years that doesn't have a dog? it's true. the only golden thing donald trump doesn't own is a retriever. [ laughter ] so obama, bush, bill clinton, they all had dogs. even president garfield had a dog, and he was named after a cat. [ laughter ] the last president that didn't have a dog was william mckinley. he had kittens, roosters, and a parrot. he was our first crazy cat
president. and look at him. he seemed like a fun guy. [ laughter ] he seemed relaxed. and i know trump rubs sean spicer's belly and tells him what a good boy he is a couple times a day. but still i think he needs a dog. it would relax him, right? even kim jong un has a dog. he was one for lunch every day. [ laughter ] [ applause ] oh, he doesn't? is that a rumor? enough with the end of the world. it's thursday night and that means it's time to bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week whether they need it or not. it is "this week in unnecessary censorship." [ cheers and applause ] >> president trump has made it extremely clear he won't accept any more ultimatums from that little dick [ bleep ] in north korea. >> president trump is somebody who likes to talk loudly and carry a small [ bleep ] stick. >> i know it's tough for you to watch the show and see rachel on dates. >> yeah, it's always tough to watch your fiance [ bleep ] 30 other men. >> get that guy a towel. >> and a hand [ b
>> and a new pair of shoes too. >> what is the most common search in india that begins my husband wants? got your guess ready? it is "my husband wants me to [ bleep ] [ bleep ]." >> i don't know why [ bleep ] by the way. why couldn't i [ bleep ]? >> a huntington beach hotel takes the surf city usa experience to a whole new level. it's giving guests a shot at fulfilling dreams and [ bleep ]ing a mermaid. >> you know what my paw-paw used to say about squash? what's a squash? it sounds like somebody sat on my [ bleep ]. >> well, that's not good. >> and all that [ bleep ]. >> yes indeed. you got it. [ applause ] >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back, tonight's award for excellence in reporting. and three ridiculous questions for snoop dogg. so stick around. we'll be right back. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky:
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. john lithgow, jay baruchel, and music from diana krall is on the way. but first you know the coffee place starbucks? have you seen them? [ laughter ] okay. starbucks has a problem, and the problem is there are too many of them. you know how it feels like there's a starbucks on every corner? it's because there actually is. [ laughter ] there are now on average almost four starbucks stores within one mile of any given starbucks. which is great. because how often have you left a starbucks and you think you know what i could use right now? another starbucks. [ laughter ] it's especially heavy in california. in california 75% of starbucks have another location less than a mile away. this is what happens when you get a starbucks wet after midnight. they multiply. [ laughter ] basically, at this point the only way to expand, they're
starbucks inside other starbucks stores. [ laughter ] in new york city right now -- not only do they have too many starbucks, they have too many rats in new york. there are 2 million rats living in new york city, they think. they haven't counted. but -- [ laughter ] a lot of them are homeless. it's very sad. and some of them started terrorizing parents walking their babies on the upper west side. and when i say parents, of course i mean nannies walking the babies on the upper west side. [ laughter ] what the rats do is they've been jumping into the strollers to steal the snacks from the kids. isn't that -- that is horrific, i have to say. [ laughter ] in new jersey they have the same problem with chris christie. he's been doing this. [ cheers and applause ] i saw this on the news this morning. my wife and i. if that happened to us, we would move immediately. we don't have that. we have a lot of problems in l.a. we don't have -- our rats don't eat much. they're very body conscious. [ laughter ] it's like the
be in shape. this is great. this is security camera footage from australia. and stick with this because it really is a master class in how to break and enter. okay. first this guy -- i guess his keg is empty because he throws it at the glass. and then he throws it again. he's in no rush apparently. and again. and then he tries to kind of step through -- seems to be smoking too while he's -- [ laughter ] he's keeping that cigarette lit as well while he -- now he's squeezing his whole body through the hole in the glass, which doesn't seem like a great idea. and this is where it gets really good. because he does finally manage to get through relatively unscathed as far as i can tell. and the door was
[ cheers and applause ] it's a good lesson. sometimes when god breaks a window he also opens a door. [ laughter ] football season is -- it's almost upon us. there are seven exhibition games tonight. and you know, we all of a sudden have not one but two nfl teams in l.a. now. we had none for years. now we have two. the rams and the chargers. who had a friendly intersquad joint scrimmage yesterday, minus the friendly part. >> whoo! >> oh! >> jimmy: sadly k that's probably the most exciting thing that will happen to either the rams or the chargers this
but they were charging and ramming. this is good too. congratulations are in order for jane slater of the nfl network, who is tonight's winner of the award for excellence in reporting. ♪ >> left tackle tyron smith not at practice today. head coach jason garrett says he's dealing with back stiffness and they're being careful with him. unclear if they'll practice thursday or what his availability will be this weekend. if you'll remember, last year he was dealing with a bulging dick -- disc issue, rather. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's going to make things awkward in the huddle. [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. diana krall, jay baruchel, john lithgow, but before we get to them i want to catch one an old friend. recently i had a chance to shoot the shizzle with the rapper slash gardening enthusiast known as snoop dogg. we turned off the smoke detector so we could bring you this -- "three ridiculous questions with snoop." ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. tonight from the new movie "goon: last of the enforcers," jay baruchel is here. and then her latest album is called "turn up the quiet." the great diana krall from the mercedes-benz stage. [ cheers and applause ] you can see diana live tomorrow and saturday night just up the street from us at the hollywood bowl. next week on the show, we have new shows with ray romano, floyd mayweather jr., zach galifianakis, salma hayek, lake bell. we'll have music from bryson tiller, midland and bearstronaut too. please join us for all of that next week.
our first guest is an oscar nominated, tony, golden globe and emmy award winning actor whose insatiable lust for gold continues with an emmy nomination for his work as winston churchill in "the crown." it is available on netflix. please welcome john lithgow. [ cheers and applause ] i always imagined you were a big fella. and sure enough, you are. >> gigantic. >> jimmy: it's great to have you here. >> this is the first time i have ever met this man. >> jimmy: same here. it's great to have you here. very nice. >> wonderful to be here. >> jimmy: and congratulations on your emmy nomination. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm not sure fuhr counting them but this is your 12th emmy nomination. does it even register anymore? >> well, i know, 12 seems like
>> but jimmy, i've only won five of them. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right. so if you win this one, you'll be at 50%. that would be nice. >> good batting average. >> jimmy: you're not a person who wakes up early to hear the nominations, are you? >> you know, i get nervous at these times. i don't even like to know -- i like to forget that they're announcing them. >> jimmy: right. >> i always go up to montana, my wife's home state, in the summertime, just disappear, forget everything. so i always loved being delightfully surprised at like 6:30 in the morning. oh, it's emmy morning? and being told i was nominated for an emmy. >> jimmy: yeah, that is nice. >> this year i happened to know that it was emmy morning the next day, and nothing happened at 6:30. or 7:30. or 8:30. in the intervening years they've moved the time later. jfrpt right. it is later now. >> at 9:30 i suddenly started getting all these
the meantime i'd been sulking for -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a good morning sulk. do you watch your own work? are you a person that's able to? because a lot of actors -- sometimes even when actors here on the show we'll show clips from their movie or tv show and they'll look away from the monitor because they don't want to see themselves. >> no, i understand that. and i used to be that way. i mean, god never intended for us to see ourselves act i think. >> jimmy: maybe never even to see ourselves. you know? i guess there are lakes. but. >> but you know, "third rock from the sun" sort of broke that for me. >> jimmy: oh, is that right? [ applause ] that's what broke it? >> that show was so completely mad and it was so extravagant and so different from me, i just loved it. i thought i was hilarious. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so you would go and wrach it as it aired? >> i still do. it's my guilty pleasure. >> jimmy: do you bri
youtube or do you watch it in syndication, or what? >> i'm too embarrassed to tell you. >> jimmy: you can confide in me. just between us. >> i might just see like the income tax episode or the episode where i try being a woman. you know, they're really funny. >> jimmy: oh, that's great. do you watch them alone or do you bring others in the family into the room? >> no, people think i'm ridiculous. i have to watch them alone. >> jimmy: you sit and watch them alone. >> not that often. i'm not crazy. >> jimmy: it's not like "jeopardy" every night kind of deal? well, i think it's nice. it's a little bit sad, but it's also nice too. [ laughter ] >> my wife and i were clicking around the other night, and on came "footloose," a movie i -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: you were the reverend in that movie. >> i was the reverend who wouldn't let the kids dance. and i had not seen that film at all since it was released well over 30 years ago. >> jimmy: wow.
20 minutes of it. and i was good. i was very good. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: to be able to assess your performance and just enjoy it. >> i'm so much older now. he was a young guy. amazingly enough, i watched "terms of endearment" on an airplane. >> jimmy: recently? >> yeah, a couple months ago there was nothing else to see. and i watched "terms of endearment" and cried. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're laughing and crying. >> there's no movie that delivers tears like that. and the amazing thing is i made "footloose" and "terms of endearment" simultaneously. >> jimmy: how's that? >> i was doing "footloose" in utah. and i was asked to replace another actor in that role. in "terms of endearment." and because they were both paramount films, they managed to fiddle the schedule so that i could fly out, do my entire role in "terms of endearme
five days. >> jimmy: wow. really? >> if you look at the two movies, i have the same haircut. >> jimmy: that's very strange. you didn't mix up any of the lines and tell the people in "terms of endearment" they shouldn't be dancing. [ laughter ] >> no, no. i replaced another actor because they needed a more persuasive adulterer. i was the guy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: as you know, your first oscar nomination was for "the world according to garp," which came out 35 years ago. [ cheers and applause ] >> this is like a life achievement award. >> jimmy: what do you remember about making that movie? >> oh, it was a -- i'll tell you my favorite garp story. was not while i was making it. but a ways afterward. you know, garp was a big thing. for me it was my first sort of breakthrough movie role. >> jimmy: right. >> my first oscar nomination. big success. but about five years later i was doing a differen
with my family and took my kids to the community pool. do you remember in garp there were these -- there was this extraordinary opening credit sequence. >> jimmy: with the baby. >> right. with the baby being thrown up against a blue sky to the music of "when i'm 64." >> jimmy: the beatles. >> right. a stark naked male baby floating up, in and out of the frame. well, at the scarsdale public pool with my own kids this couple came up to me, five years after the release of garp. they had a 5-year-old boy with them. and they said, are you the man from "world according to garp"? and i said yeah, that's me. this is amazing. this is our son brandon. he was the baby. [ laughter ] in the opening credits. i said oh, how amazing. brandon. what a -- who would have thought? and they turned to him and said, "brandon, this man was in
movie." [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: was brandon impressed? >> brandon was tired of his parents -- >> jimmy: i hope you don't mind and i'm excited you brought this up. we did a little detective work knowing it was the 35-year anniversary of that film. and it just so happens that we were able to find brandon. come on out here. a reunion with brandon. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's the guy from my movie. get in here. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: john lithgow is here. we'll be right back.
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>> jimmy: i've always said that. that is john lithgow in "the crown," on netflix for which he has been nominated for an emmy. did you know a lot about winston churchill going into this? >> i thought i did. but i was hired to do the job, had about five months before i actually started. and just started to pour myself into his history. and every day i learned how much more i didn't know. but it completely absorbed me. he was such a fascinating character -- >> jimmy: sure. and are brits sensitive about an american playing their beloved prime minister? >> well, you would think so. but they may be tired of englishmen playing winston churchill. because they were incredibly welcoming. they had more confidence in me than i had in myself. >> jimmy: were you nervous about playing the part? >> oh, terrified. >> jimmy: really? >> of course i was. i mean, these were some of the best actors in england and a huge company of them, and i was the only yank. at least the
an englishman. and he he was the most well-known englishman of the 20th century. >> jimmy: sure. >> i was scared. >> jimmy: it's funny that -- i think we assume that you wouldn't be scared of any situation like that. >> but we're all scared, jimmy. i mean, all of us actors. the first day of rehearsal is like the first day of school. >> jimmy: interesting. you just want to impress and you want -- people have high expectations of you. >> and in this case i didn't -- i really didn't know whether i was going to pull this off. but i always feel like the more frightened you are the better off, the better it turns out. >> jimmy: interesting. did you practice smoking a cigar? was that something that you -- >> that came very naturally. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that came very naturally. >> unfortunately, i didn't get to smoke great cigars. the law doesn't allow it. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> i had to smoke these hideous imitation vegetable cigars. >> jimmy: is that right? you're not allowed to smoke -- well, tobacco -- >> just like in america. although d
>> jimmy: it did look like you were enjoying that. >> acting. [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's acting. and in a way it's a great lesson for children to smoke their vegetables. [ laughter ] >> very good. >> jimmy: well, it's very good to see you. congratulations. you will not -- [ cheers and applause ] i do want to ask, will your character as churchill be in the second season of "the crown"? >> only fleetingly. the way "the crown" is structured, pretty much each season is devoted to the regime of a prime minister. >> i see. >> and i had a great exit from the series. >> jimmy: it's great to have you here. please come back. john lithgow, everybody. "the crown" on netflix. we'll be right back with jay baruchel. [ cheers and applause ] st savede hundreds of dollars on my car insurance. huh. i should take a closer look at geico... (dog panting) geico has a 97% customer satisfaction rating!
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"goon: last of the enforcers." it opens in theaters, v.o.d. and digital hd on september 1st. please welcome jay baruchel. [ cheers and applause ] how are you doing? >> i'm very well, thank you. how are you? >> jimmy: i'm doing very well. are you still living in montreal? are you still up there? >> i -- oh, gosh. i did the canadian equivalent of selling out. i moved to toronto. >> jimmy: oh, is that selling out? is that considered to be selling out? >> that's the big bad city, yeah. >> jimmy: why did you move to toronto? >> oh, well, it's a lovely town. and also i work there a lot. and if i want to work in canadian cinema, which i'm one of the few people that does, it behooves me to work in toronto. >> jimmy: i got you. do you miss montreal? >> oh, constantly. constantly. specifically the food. mostly the food. >> jimmy: if i lived in montreal i'd never stop eating. i'd eat in my sleep. >> that's what we constantly do. >> jim
>> yes. it's terrible. you can't go to a bad restaurant in that city. >> jimmy: which is your favorite in all of montreal? >> okay. so there's all these beautiful kind of gourmet spots. but my personal favorite is a chain restaurant called st. hubert's. or st. hubert -- really? holy smokes. >> jimmy: sometimes stray canadians will wander in here. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> every once in a while. nice. >> jimmy: so what do they have at st. hubert's? >> they do this -- >> jimmy: what's your order, your regular order? >> quarter chicken, fries and gravy. i'm a simple man. >> jimmy: all right. you can't beat quarter chicken, fries and gravy. >> you really can't. and in my -- well, i guess i really -- i was going to say infinite wisdom but really in just my arrogance i asked if i could be in commercials for them. and -- >> jimmy: you asked them? >> yeah. i volunteered. >> jimmy: you asked the guy at the counter or how did it work? >> i told my manager. i was like,
hubert's corporate headquarters and be like i eat a lot of chicken, can i be in your commercials? [ laughter ] and the reply was, well, we're very happy that he eats as much of our chicken as he does but we don't want him in our commercials. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? why don't they want you? >> it was just such a like -- very, very humbling. every time you think you're sort of quasi-famous or whatever. >> jimmy: make them a commercial anyway. you don't have to get their permission. >> that's fair. you know what? i'm just going to go home and film myself eating chicken. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i was in montreal last summer just for laughs festival. and we had a lot of great meals. we ate at joe beef, which was great. and i won't name the restaurant because i think it might have been illegal because they served us a moose heart. a moose heart with maple syrup. which to me had to be the most canadian thing you could ever put in your mouth. >> yeah. it's up there. that's like taking a bath with ji
[ laughter ] it's about as canadian as it gets. slightly more fulfilling i suspect. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: have you had moose heart yourself? >> i have not. mercifully, i've avoided it. >> jimmy: interesting. >> i have had ill-cooked elk. >> jimmy: elk is great. >> yeah, not the way that this guy did it. [ laughter ] it was just bloody and cold and they could barely -- >> jimmy: are you sure it was cooked? >> it was technically cooked. i remember doing the first "goon" in winnipeg and our stunt coordinator was like oh, yeah, my buddy's the head chef at the airport hilton in winnipeg. [ laughter ] he was like so he's going to do a night for us. i was like, oh, great. and it was elk. it wasn't my cup of tea. >> jimmy: interesting. well, the moose heart was pretty good. this movie "goon," you directed now the sequel to "goon." "goon" is about hockey enforcers for those who don't know. >> yeah. hockey sort of has a very strange role, position in
that is kind of going to the wayside. that era's kind of passed us. but yeah, it's the only professional sport in north america that allows fighting to happen. and for -- >> jimmy: except for boxing and mixed martial arts. >> okay. fine. [ laughter ] fair. it's the only non-combat sport in north america that allows fighting. >> jimmy: yes. >> and it used to be for a time, for a bulk of my life, there was at least one roster spot on each hockey team left for a guy that was really just good with his fists. and we thought that was pretty fertile ground for a movie. >> jimmy: sure. >> and yeah, so we -- >> jimmy: and this is like super popular amongst hockey players and -- >> it seems to be. i don't know all 700-plus nhlers. but the few that i've had contact with -- >> jimmy: they all know it. >> they all seem to know, it dig, it reference it, you know, kerry price quote td in a locker room interview once. i see the boys wearing high l highlanders hats and stuff. >> jimmy: who
>> and he wouldn't like that word but i would say chris neyland. he's the single greatest hockey player -- he didn't watch my movie for years because of the name of it. >> jimmy: really? >> he thought that was a derogatory term. which it is. and i was trying to tell him we did that deliberately, we're kind of trying to repurpose it. >> jimmy: did he watch the movie "the goonies" when it came out? was he against that as well? [ laughter ] >> that's a good point. he was in the sort of apex of his hockey career at that time. so i think he was more into beating guys up. >> jimmy: they like to be called enforcers or they just like to be called hockey players? >> i think hockey players, and then if you have to specify, enforcer i think. >> jimmy: i see. were there guys, though, that embrace -- i would assume lots of them like being goons. >> yeah, i think a lot of them just sort of like getting to do it. >> jimmy: did they ask you to be in the sequel, the actual goons? >> yeah, so i was -- we knew one thing when we knew we were going to dot second one was we want to populate it with as many guys that play hockey or fight in hockey
and so we started recruiting guys like brandon prust and george per roe and colton orr. and we got an e-mail from a guy calling himself mel the mangler anglestad, who e-mailed us and said i think "goon" is based on my life. and i was like i know for a fact it isn't. and then he said, and i should be in the sequel. and my fight with darcy hortichuk is still regarded as the best hockey feist all time. and i'm like who is this guy? then i go to watch the fight and i'm like he's [ bleep ] right. he's a fireman, ems guy in i think fort mcmurray, alberta. [ audience member cheers ] great! yes! we brought him out. and -- >> jimmy: how did he do? >> he did an awesome job. >> jimmy: and even if he didn't you're not going to tell the
awesome job. >> absolutely not. i want every guy that can kill me to save as much face as possible. it's going to sound really hokey but when you put sort of non-actors on screen with actors the two two major each other better. because every actor wants to sound as really as they can and being around real people does that. and every non-actor wants to do a good job and being around actors helps that. >> jimmy: we've got to get you involved in this trump-north korea situation. [ laughter ] it sounds like you could potentially solve that. >> no, thank you. absolutely not. >> jimmy: well, good to see you. the movie is called "goon: last of the enforcers." it opens in theaters, v.o.d. and -- september 13th. we'll be right back with diana krall. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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