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>> dicky: tonight on an all-new "jimmy kimmel live" -- >> jimmy: chad bono, this is the only one who has gone through a transformation. before "dancing with the stars," i used to be a man. i -- i watched football on monday nights. >> dicky: don rickles. >> jimm >> jimmy: i'm not one of the greats. >> that's the truth. >> dicky: john stamos. from "dancing with the stars," chynna phillips. >> hey, lady i'm a curious seeker. i am a chemistry aficionado.f. diphenhydramine. magnesium hydroxide. atheletes foot.etes . yes. i'm a people pleaser. plea. if elected, i promise flu shots for all.for all. i am a walking medical dictionary.ionary.
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thank you for -- [ cheers and applause ] let me tell you something, we have a well-thought out show for you tonight and we kick things off with a special guest sitting in on bongos, the very beautiful john stamos is with us. [ applause ] john plays the bongos and the drums and what else do you play? >> piano, guitar. and you play? >> jimmy: i play the clarinet. >> sorry. >> jimmy: i could have done just as well with the ladies had i chosen the bongos, as john does. and you are touring with the beach boys. you can see john play with the beach boys this friday in atlantic city and saturday and sunday in naperville, illinois. and they're not sick of you yet? >> a little bit. >> jimmy: you've been with the beach boys longer than some of the actual beach boys. >> i used to be the only boy in the band, but now, not so much. >> jimmy: and do you find that helps you get women, being in a
band and a musician? >> well, you were a clarinet player, jimmy, so -- >> jimmy: so yes. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i would think so. john will be with us here all night bongoing and doing -- all sorts of things. [ applause ] while our normal drummer, whose name is also john, sitting in the background wondering where we went wrong. it was elimination night on "dancing with the stars" tonight and this show would be much more entertaining if they eliminated the contestants while they were dancing, right? trap door? maybe send in a hungry lion? this week was movie theme week which meant all the dancers w s to movie themes. chaz bono danced to the theme from "rocky."
she -- i'm saying her? i can't keep track. but i have to say, it was kind of touching to see cher crying while her son was dancing, it's amazing because, first of all, i didn't think cher would be physically able to cry, after all the work she's had done to her face. [ laughter ] and -- so, she's still full of surprises. chaz bono isn't the only one who has gone through a transformation. before "dancing with the stars," i used to be a man. i -- [ laughter ] i watched football on monday nights. now i say things like ricki lake's rumba was vivid and vibrant but she needs to work on her fluidity. chynna phillips was in tears after her performance last night. i guess she forgot where she was and as a result she got -- wasn't a good score. she was eliminated tonight. last week, it was kristin ca
cavallari. women who stuck with their original gender are getting eliminated left and right on this program. but what are you going to do? she lacked fluidity, and that's -- she's going to be out here in a little bit with her partner, tony, so i can tell them what they did wrong. today was also national coming out day. guillermo, you have anything you want to tell us? >> no, no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: who came out today, show of jazz hands. yes? on this day, every year, i have a tradition. i call a dozen random phone numbers and say, hello, dad, i'm gay, and then i say thank you for loving me and hang up. for those of you not familiar with national coming out day, it's traditionally followed by national awkward silence at the dinner table night. and by the way, if you thought about coming out today and you didn't, don't worry too much about it. just postpi pictures of your
halloween costume on facebook. your parents will figure it out. yet another dae bait between the republican candidates for president tonight. there this was number 27 in a series of 633 they'll be holding between now and june. i guess a good thing about having so many debates is, they're really able to touch on issues of the day. >> today is national coming out day. and you've all taken positions against gay rights. but let's be honest. if brad pitt or angelina jolie would come up to you and offer a night of one-on-one homosexual passion, how many of you would go for it? come on, cain. you wouldn't hit that? thank you for your honesty. that takes real courage. and we'll be back with more coverage of this gay debate with these gays. >> jimmy: well, how is that -- i don't understand how that's going to fix the economy. coming into tonight's debate, former godfather's pizza ceo
herman cain was in second place in the national polls behind mitt romney. apparently his message of less government, more toppings is really resonating. the sponsors of tonight's debate based the arrangement, where the candidates sat on their poll numbers. that meant romney and cain were in the middle spots, rick perry was next to them and all the way off to the side, you see former senator rick santorum. you'd think he'd take a hint already. meanwhile in new york, the occupy wall street protests continued for the 25th consecutive day. the protesters mixed it up today with what they called the millionaires march. they traveled around to stand outside the mansions of some of the wealthiest people in new york. is that protesting? it sounds like tourism to me. here in hollywood, people pay to get on a bus and do that. but you know, these protests have been going on for quite some time now and they are starting to become a burden on local businesses in the area. but there is a notable exception.
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if you're a high school student or the parent of a high school student, you know that it's s.a.t. and p.s.a.t. season. tomorrow, more than a million and a half students will take the p.s.a.t. with another million and a half taking it on saturday. and tonight, to inspire those students, we've asked one of our hollywood boulevard costume characters to answer a question, to give them a glimpse of what they have in store. and here now, answering an actual question from the verbal section of a real s.a.t. test, our beloved hollywood boulevard chewbacca. >> ah, complete the analogy. good excellent hot -- i'm going to take my hat off because i can't really think like this. so -- uh -- let's see. good excellent, hot -- i don't know. i never did -- i didn't do, like, the formulas. i don't know the formulas of all this.
i'm a little confused about analogy. hey, could you help me with a problem on the s.a.t.? you seem pretty smart. could you help me with the s.a.t.? i don't know, like, what's the answer? like -- >> what do you mean? >> well, it's like, you got good excellent, hot -- i can't figure it out. >> i think jesus would choose b, awesome. >> because jesus is awesome. >> yeah, i read his book. i guess what we decided was good is to excellent and then hot is to -- awesome. >> yeah. >> it's awesome. >> jimmy: it's a good try. he read his book. you know, here in hollywood, we have a bunch of pretend super heroes but on the streets of seattle, there's a real life crime fighter, he calls himself the leader of the rain city super hero movement. he bought a costume and tries to
stop crime if he sees it. over the weekend, phoenix found himself on the wrong side of the law -- the dark side. >> a self-proclaimed super hero dressed in a black rubber costume gets into a skuchle over the weekend. unfortunately, this time, phoenix jones found himself under arrest. accused of soughting several people with pepper spray. jones says he came upon a fight outside a nightclub and tried to break it up. >> reporting assault in the street. a guy tried -- >> what color clothing are you wearing? >> i'm wearing a gold and black rubber suit. >> jimmy: can you be more specific? so, he'll be killed soon. this is very interesting. apparently there is a hollywood studio that's in production on a movie version of the facebook game farmville. finally hollywood makes a movie about something we care about. farmville. i feel like these executives are sitting in their offices
randomly looking around going, all right, couch, pencil sharpener, lamp -- lamp, lamp the movie. i have to admit i'm bitter because i, too, have been working on a movie about farmville thousand it's not exactly about -- it's not set in farmville. it's about the people who play it. it's a fascinating look into the world of fairy tale farming. and here now, we have the trailer, the world premiere of "people who play farmville." enjoy. >> in a world where nothing ever gets done anymore because of facebook comes the story of a man who buys fake chickens. with fake money. to lay imaginary eggs on the pretend farm that lives on his computer. >> come on, crops! grow! >> "people who play farmville."
>> yay! >> coming soon. [ applause ] >> jimmy: we're still working on it. we're still -- [ applause ] we're looking for a bigger star right now. we have some calls out and -- we'll see. this is a -- this is crazy. this is a racing event in south africa that happened over the weekend. i guess they have a number of different legs of the come by anything. this is during the mountain bike portion and, well, this happened. >> whoa! holy cow! >> jimmy: hit by a beast. and look at that. he really got nailed there. the good news is he's fine. only his pride and his ribs and his brain and his collarbone were hurt. ame and his face, too, and his legs were hurt and i think his knees
were hurt and some of his other parts were hurt but he's okay. and i'm hearing that may put him on "dancing with the stars" next year. and one more thing. if you're like me, you waited all day sunday and you waited all day yesterday to watch the two-part four-hour kardashian wedding on the e network. they called it kim's fairy tale wedding. and it was magical indeed. i cried all four hours, even through the commercials. there were many beautiful moments. but none more than this, when kim and her fiance now husband kris became man and wife. >> kris, kim, it's time now for you to share your vows with each other. kris, repeat after me. kim, i love you. >> kim, i love you. >> and take you to be my wedded wife. >> and to take you to be my wedded wife. >> to have and to hold. >> to have and to hold -- >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. another -- [ applause ]
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be eliminated from "dancing with the stars," chynna phillips will be here. and then, with music from this, their latest album -- called "gimme some" -- peter bjorn and john from the bud light stage. not that john, a different john. tomorrow night -- we'll be visited by rob lowe, idris elba. and hear music from chris cornell. and on thursday -- john goodman, lake bell music from evanescencs. to please join us for that. our first guest is a legendary performer, best-selling author, two-time emmy winner and a major, major john stamos fan. do yourself a huge favor and see him live in concert, october 22nd at the grove in anaheim and november 12th and 13th at the r orleans in vegas. please say hello to mr. warmth himself -- the great don rickles. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: you and john are very close -- >> wait a minute. can i talk? >> jimmy: i'm sorry. >> that man went on and on and on -- like hanging. you know what i mean? he's a great drummer. annoying kind of personality, but a great drummer. we don't need that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you don't like that? >> anything to keep his name alive. >> jimmy: you don't like rim shots? >> no, i don't like greeks. anyway -- [ laughter ] it's a joke, it's a joke. i like greeks. for your salad. anyway. what did the hell the greeks do? in world war ii, they kept saying, "you want at tomato?" i just made that up. hey, lady, this is funny stuff. you better start laughing. [ laughter ] pretty. that your wife? make a fuss over. like it's a mon koomonkey [ ble.
married short time? three years? still taking a shot? do what the jews do. you want to fool around? all right. >> jimmy: is that what the jews do? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> i know what i said. i'm not a mute. i know what the hell i said. how are you, jimmy? >> jimmy: doing well. >> i missed you, jim. >> jimmy: thank you for coming back so quickly. you were here last month for our tribute -- >> rest his soul. we miss him. you were beautiful. it was great. >> jimmy: well, good. i heard -- i always hear a lot ofat what, i'm lousy? >> jimmy: hey, you have a twitter account now. >> yeah, twitting -- >> jimmy: your name name, @donrickles. >> my wife says, twit some more. you never met my wife. keep her in the other room. he's twitting, he's twitting. >> jimmy: you do it krouyoursel? >> all myself.
i don't have a staff. i do it all by myself. >> jimmy: you type it? >> not like you, 18 writers to do a dummy sketch. you got writers in there going, you got anything? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you happen to be right. you happen to be -- >> but i still say, the football days -- with al michaels, good guy -- >> jimmy: great guy. >> i'm talking about you, i always remember with the sports because he started out as a great sportscaster and involved -- why do you laugh? >> jimmy: i don't think i'm considered one of the greats, but yeah, i had fun on it. >> that's the first damn truth you ever said in your life. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you agree -- do you think -- >> wait a minute. the guy's latching in the band. let him laugh! good to see you guys. didn't i promise you the border patrol wouldn't bother you? >> you did, you did. >> there's no voting here. there's no voting here. i don't like it when people do -- i do what i want.
for the money you're paying, you ought to kiss our you know what. >> jimmy: do you watch "dancing with the stars"? >> religiously. >> jimmy: do you? [ laughter ] >> no, i do watch it. >> jimmy: have they asked you to do that show? >> they did. but the paramedics don't want to work those hours. no, they did. i was flattered. they did. but you dance, you dance, you get to be my age, you screw yourself into the floor with a turn. it's a great -- it's a wonderful show. i don't want to get into it, but the voting is -- >> jimmy: yeah, something weird happened tonight. >> they have a different system. if somebody is half drunk and falling on the floor, the winner is -- >> jimmy: it occurs to me that you would be the greatest reality show judge of all time. you have ever considered doing something like that? >> not since hitler died. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: first of all, congratulations. your grandson is about to make his bar mitzvah.
>> he's jewish? >> jimmy: excited about that? >> oh, it's a lot of money. you got to chip in. no, it's great. i'm delighted about it. wonderful boy. his name is ethan. and in the jewish religion, when you are born, you know, they take you in a room and you take out spider and a guy comes with a hammer and you go, bang, and you go, israel! you know? that's a little too deep for you. a lot of jgentiles are here tonight. here's your easter. easter there! easter. they roll the eggs like dummies on the lawn. jews salt them and eat them, that's what we do. i'm going too fast. i'm sorry. going to fast. >> jimmy: when you started out -- >> wait a second. the old man is starting to pass away here. come on! you know -- hey, i'm no kid but i can tell when you're older than me. they can't close their mouth. [ laughter ] that's the first sign it's over.
your husband? wake up in the morning, laying in bed going -- god bless you. how old of a gentleman are you? you look it. i tell you this -- [ laughter ] now, 52, you're a baby. he's a baby. >> jimmy: 62 he said. >> okay, well, what is this, correction night? what the hell is the matter with you? i'm a guest, you don't correct me. >> jimmy: i'm sorry. i wanted to mention. it is interesting to me you are going to the bar mitzvah because when you started out doing comedy, you worked them. >> i worked at the elegant in brooklyn. a little nightclub -- >> jimmy: my dad worked there by the way. >> did he really? i love your dad. what was he, a waiter. >> jimmy: a busboy. >> he must have been, you know. [ laughter ] still got pea soup on my pants. i worked there and the afternoon used to do the bar mitzvah. i would do one at night, at midnight, all the time. the jews came in there, i was the king. i got maybe $10, you know?
italians used to come in, ah, the jews are having a party. and then they would relax themselves, they shot me in the leg. anyway -- >> jimmy: they -- >> that's a joke. the italians are great. all my managers are italian. so i keep the italians, always have to keep them -- you're italian. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] what the hell happened to you during world war ii? you kept running, running. they're attacking, run! >> sorry, i'm loud. wait a minute. i'm doc holliday. oh. >> jimmy: when you -- so will you entertain at your grandson's bar mitzvah? >> will stamos play the drums? >> with a little bit of this.
>> jimmy: he said he wants a little bit of this. >> how about a little bit of this? >> jimmy: don rickles, everybody. performing october 15th at the agua calient in rancho mirage, california, october 22nd, at the grove in anaheim, california and november 12th and 13th at the r orleans in las vegas. more with don rickles when we come back. ne...leanne! how do you feel about your new focus? oh my god, i love it. (laughs) what would you say to a friend who might be skeptical about ford? just that they make a quality vehicle. does the sound system stand out for you? yes. and when do you use it? um, i use it all the time. i love listening to jazz in the car. you know the only thing that stinks is you can't have a martini. (laughs)
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>> jimmy: welcome back. with don rickles. john stamos is sitting in on bongos. >> watch every minute. watch every minute. huh? [ applause ] >> jimmy: don -- >> yet him in the greek islands doing the same thing, in the nude, playing the bongos. look at this guy. he gets -- you know, we go to a restaurant and we sit down, say, i'll have a vodka and a little club soda. girl comes, john, would you -- and he goes -- thursday. he lines them up. he's in heat 24 hours a day. >> jimmy: oh, i know. i know. >> when i was his age, spider just laid in the pajamas going -- >> jimmy: how did you guys even meet? very unlikely friends. how did you and john meet? >> well, he was begging in front of my house. [ laughter ]
now, how did we meet? >> at a greek restaurant in malibu, i think so. and i love don. he's my hero. and one of my dearest friends -- >> don't get crazy, okay? okay. makes it like i'm a jew going to the -- you know. but thank you, john. that's very sweet. i would say the same thing about you but i don't feel that way. >> jimmy: well that's fair. that is fair. [ applause ] >> he knows i love him. >> jimmy: it's good for him to get a little rejection every once in awhile. >> butt out. >> jimmy: i'm sorry. don, do you dress up for halloween? >> always. what are you, a moron? [ laughter ] is that on the moments? do i dress up for halloween? when they're putting me in an institution. >> jimmy: when was the last time? >> when i pulled a robbery in brooklyn. >> jimmy: never to entertain the grandkids? no, no, they just sit there, pop
pop, pop pop, i go, leave me alone. leave me alone. no, i -- you know, when i was a kid, we -- i didn't run around with the trick and treat. i realized i was going to be too big for the neighborhood. so i just would lay on the catch, watch the ball game. someone would say, trick or treat, get away! i was a good kid but i didn't bother with too much with that. >> jimmy: do you answer your door in your neighborhood? >> we have help. even when we were poor we had someone. [ laughter ] i -- we happened across this ad, this is an ad from 1963 from the is a harass hotel in las vegas. and, well, first of all, don rickles and they call you the provocative potentate if you look right here, i don't know if you can necessarily read. it says your show times were midnight, 2:30 and 5:10 a.m. >> so help me god. and a guy called terry jenkins, a good friend, he's no the
chairman -- not the chairman, he wished, the entertainment director of the orleans where i work. in those days, you used to do a breakfast show. imagine 5:00 in the morning, stood over a bar. in those days, louie prima was the guy. these are little impressions. don't worry about it. so, we used to do a show. i'll get to you in a minute. we used to do a show, the guy is going -- they're all drinking. and i go, sir, that shirt is not too cute. who the hell are you? and corn beef was dripping down his shirt. but i had to talk to people while they were eating. >> jimmy: that's crazcrazy. >> those days, for the money and the broads, it was worth it. >> jimmy: do you remember what you got paid for doing a show like that? >> i don't want to drop because the way the economy is, what i say is poor, people say, i can live a week on that. i would rather not say. >> jimmy: what would you do
between the 2:30 and 5:10 a.m. shows? want to take a wild guess? >> jimmy: oh, really? >> no, i wasn't a good looking man and i was never -- girls were always afraid of me. he's a wise guy. he's going to tell everybody if you fool around with him. and get a couple of drinks in them, that was the old story. you are going to tell anybody? i said, have another one. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don rickles, everybody. you can see him october 15th and rancho mirage, october 22nd at the grove in anaheim and november 12th and 13th at the oth orleans. thank you so much, don. we'll be right back with chynna phillips.e you extra for going over 2 gigabytes of data. t-mobile slows down your data speed. with sprint you don't get charged extra
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>> jimmy: if you are just joining us, yes, that is john stamos sitting in with the cletones. nicely done, john. also still to come, peter bjorn and john will be here. just one week after dancing the samba to her own signature song, tonight, our next guest learned that she did not, in fact, hold on for one more day. she was sent home from "dancing with the stars." please welcome the fourth celebrity eliminated this season, chynna phillips. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i believe you were robbed. and i say that to pretty much everyone that comes on this show. >> i can't believe i don't have dance class tomorrow. i'm so relieved. >> jimmy: are you really? >> do you know how grueling that though is?
>> jimmy: i can onto imagine. >> but thank you, i was robbed. >> jimmy: i figured you were going to be in at least the final three at the end of this thing. >> yeah, well, you know, so did i. what can i say? i failed the course. >> jimmy: no, you know what happened? well, look at the pattern here. unless you get an exceptionally high score, if you are attractive, you're gone. >> yeah. yeah. >> jimmy: that's right. >> i guess so. >> jimmy: you've been cursed with this face and body. >> well, thank you very much. i'm not going to let go of my workouts from this day forward because "dancing with the stars" saved my butt, literally. >> jimmy: you should have gained 50 pounds before starting this show. that's where you went wrong. i could give a whole seminar on how to win this thing. i mean, i have it down to a science. i know exactly how you do it. you come on fat, you get thinner as the thing goes on. >> you know what's funny? i kept thinking to myself, the only way i'm going to get through this is to pretend i weigh 5,000 pounds and i'm on "the biggest loser" and i have
to go away for three months and that's why i'm on the show. i have to do it for tiz call and mental reasons in order to stay alive. >> jimmy: the problem is, the rest of us realize you weigh 125 pounds and not 5,000 and that -- it's just not realistic. whose idea was it for you to do the show? >> my husband. i told him, i said, look, if you can get me on "dancing with the stars," but if i win, you're getting a vasectomy. >> jimmy: so he must be ecstatic right now. >> he's thrilled. he is thrilled. >> jimmy: was he voting for others? >> that was the whole thing. if you get to the finals, i can't vote for you anymore. i was like, oh, man. >> jimmy: is that right? >> baby number four might be on the way. because we don't have good rhythm method, that's for sure. >> jimmy: he doesn't have to get it now? >> no, he didn't. that was the deal. i keep my word. >> jimmy: and he doesn't want to have that. >> no. no. he does not want to have that. >> jimmy: i would --
>> i was really looking forward to the frozen pea bag, holding it there all day, telling him i loved him. with my little mirror ball trophy. >> jimmy: well, you could put the trophy in the freezer an used that on him, too. where is your dance partner tony? >> tony sprained his ankle. tony, i love you. >> jimmy: tony is mad and didn't come because he's mad. true? >> you really this? that's so mean spirited. >> jimmy: no, it isn't. why would tony boycott me because he got voted off "dancing with the stars"? >> no, no. he went to the e.r. last night. >> jimmy: last night he went to the e.r. this is tonight. is he going with you to "good morning america" tomorrow? >> he'sal bane yan, i'd watch out. >> jimmy: are they dangerous? >> they have a temper. >> jimmy: oh, well, if he was here that would be a problem. but he isn't. is he going with you to "general -- >> "general hospital?"
>> jimmy: he checked into the "general hospital." [ applause ] that's bad karma for him to skip out on us here but he left you out here to fend for yourself. >> tony, don't worry. >> jimmy: i think america sensed that there was something off with tony. >> really? huh. well, he hurt his ankle last night. he's the greatest. tony is an amazing teacher. he taught me things that i never thought i could accomplish. >> jimmy: and now he's abandoned you. >> issues are kicking in. >> jimmy: i'm sorry that had to happen. you got a pretty good score even though you had a bad, you know, you had a misstep. but you still managed to get one of the better scores and, well, whoa knows -- >> you're so sweet to say that. >> jimmy: it is true. well, i would, but in this case, it is true. and unfortunately, we have a tradition here at the show -- >> burn the shoes, baby! >> jimmy: let's go outside to for the ceremonial burning of the capezios. with guillermo. tonight, you were eliminated
from "dancing with the stars" and now your shoes must pay the price. guillermo? do it do the deed. america has spoken. your dance card has been punched. chynna phillips, everybody. they'll be on "good morning america" tomorrow. "dancing with the stars" on abc, monday and tuesday. we'll be right back with music from peter bjorn and john.
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album. it's called "gimme some." here with the song "dig a little deep," peter bjorn and john. ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh oh, oh, oh, oh you think you got it made i'm trying to have some fun ♪ ♪ you think you know it all i've only just begun you're sliding ♪ ♪ on the surface i'm reaching for the bottom the past is always present ♪
♪ the future fades away and if you think your brain is hollow you just have to scream ♪ ♪ and dig a little deeper all art has been contemporary dig a little deeper ♪ ♪ dig a little deeper all art has been contemporary dig a little deeper dig a little deeper ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh oh, oh, oh, oh dig a little deeper ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh dig a little deeper oh, oh, oh, oh you enjoy the silence ♪ ♪ when i want to discuss you like to keep it tidy i wanna mess it up i defy definition ♪ ♪ of who i'm supposed to be i don't want recognition
if you don't recognize me and if you think ♪ ♪ your brain is hollow you just have to scream and dig a little deeper all art ♪ ♪ has been contemporary dig a little deeper dig a little deeper ♪ ♪ all art has been contemporary dig a little deeper dig a little deeper ♪ ♪ all art has been contemporary dig a little deeper dig a little deeper ♪ ♪ all art has been contemporary dig a little deeper dig a little deeper ♪ pz ♪ ♪