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♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" >> dicky: and now, you're got it. here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm jimmy, and i'm the host of the show. thank you very much for watching. thanks for joining me here and -- [ cheers and applause ] in my fortress of solitude. that's very kind. welcome. welcome to our visitors from near and far. am i the only one who was a little bit disappointed that nobody got hit by a falling satellite this weekend? [ laughter ] you know, you get all revved up and then nothing. this was the first -- this last weekend was the first official weekend of fall. it's hard to believe summer is over already. i'll tell you, i'll always remember the summer when i went to tijuana and finally lost my virginity.
[ laughter ] gracias. here in l.a. we don't really have seasons. the only way we know it's autumn is when ryan seacrest's tips get a little frosty. [ laughter ] is he still fras iosting? doesn't matter. for the rest of the country autumn is the time of the year when the leaves change color and the trees go bald, so tonight to welcome the new season, we rented a leaf blower, and we asked some people out on the street to put it right in front of their mouths -- [ laughter ] and here's how that went. ♪ ♪
♪ >> jimmy: wow, that's -- [ cheers and applause ] tongue and the teeth. almost. wouldn't make a great polident commercial. tonight on "dancing with the stars," week two. 11 couples remain, and of those 11, i think about four of them can dance, but we'll -- [ laughter ] i tell you, i remember a time when the only place you could see celebrities dancing badly was at larry king's wedding reception. ricki lake did very well tonight. ricki lake can really dance. she had the high score. it's hard to keep some of these celebrities straight. instead of their names, we need to call them by why they're in now dancing the cha-cha, george clooney's ex-girlfriend.
here's -- [ applause ] doing the rumba, kim kardashian's brother. [ laughter ] the most interesting dancer this year is chaz bono, who had the lowest score of the night tonight. but chaz bono's participation raises an interesting question, that is, if you're transgendered, does it only take one to tango? [ laughter ] i don't think it does. this is a good question too. this is a photograph of chaz bono, or there is, i should say, a photograph of chaz bono with his shirt off on the internet. somebody snapped it while chaz was on the lot of "dancing with the stars" last week. chaz bono used to be a woman. now he's a man. i was wondering if we'd be allowed to show him topless. this is the sort of thing i live for. [ laughter ] a year ago we wouldn't have been. but it's an interesting decision for our standards and practices department. our sensors here.
because he's legally a man now and on "dancing with the stars," which is also on abc, he's dancing with a female partner, so, will abc let us show a photo of a topless chaz bono? [ cheers and applause ] drum roll. and -- yes! wow! [ cheers and applause ] looks great. give him six more weeks of dancing. i promise he'll be a dead ringer for derek hough. tomorrow night, another celebrity dancer will be eliminated, and even worse, forced to join us here on the show, so -- [ laughter ] president obama is here for a fund-raiser and to promote his jobs bill. l.a. is a good place to do that because l.a. is the one place where getting drunk with your sisters on tv is considered to be a job. we create -- i did not know this -- more jobs in los angeles than any city in the country,
eye jobs, nose jobs, boob jobs. [ laughter ] we blow everyone else away. if blowing was a job, we would probably lead in that, too. whenever the president is here in town, the traffic is a nightmare, even more than it usually is, but they shut down a bunch of streets. they made thousands of people late for jobs that they don't have. last night, obama was in northern california, where he met lady gaga and apparently they hit it off, because he wound up giving her a ride home. [ applause ] unfortunately, he lost her in the parking garage. meanwhile, while obama is out collecting campaign money, his potential rivals from the gop are battling it out. over the weekend they had a straw poll in florida, and the winner of the straw poll, not mitt romney, not rick perry, the two front-runners, former godfather's pizza ceo herman cain, not only did he beat them, he crushed them.
he got 37% of the vote. rick perry placed second with only 15%. which means this man, to everyone's surprise, could turn out to be the republican nominee for president. ♪ >> hello, i'm herman cain. i am not a politician. i am a problem solver. it's about growth. the liberals, they have an objective, destroy america, and the administration has simply been putting all of this money in the caboose. it's going to be our grandkids in that wheelchair that they're going to be throwing off the bridge. that's how we get things done. that's why we keep kicking the can down the road. i believe in the chilean model, 9-9-9. 9-9-9. 9-9-9. stupid people are ruining america. deep dish. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, i'm -- i'm delighted that herman cain is doing well. it seems like he will be a lot of fun for me. they say he's gaining popularity
because his message is simple and resonates in a commonsense way. his focus is right on. even his campaign ads, they don't come on too strong. they don't try to scare you. and the message they send is positive, for once. >> unemployment. deficits. economic decline. america is a failing nation and there's nothing we can do about it. so, might as well eat pizza! pizza is delicious and can help take america's mind off our inevitable decline and fall. and if i'm president, i'll borrow a trillion more dollars from china and spend it all on delicious, free pizza. one final pizza blowout. what do you say, america? herman cain. ive s and order pizza. >> paid for by pepperoni. [ applause ] >> jimmy: a good slogan. better than a chicken in every pot. that's for sure. this is pretty good. this is from a postgame press conference where a soccer player from barcelona, he scored the winning goal for his team and not only does he play hard,
based on the amount of moisture that accumulating on his body, he interviews hard, too. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> jimmy: he ended up drowning everyone in the room. [ laughter ] i think that's the first wet t-shirt contest i've seen without any water at all. in less traditional sports news, there's a show on animal planeti just arm and fist, and they jam it in the mouth of the fish. last night a woman named nanette went looking for catfish and in doing so provided us with our "unintentional joke of the day." >> when i realized how big it was, it scared the dickens out of me. oh, my god.
[ applause ] >> jimmy: hillbilly hot dog is what that was. some major news from the world of literature. former governor arnold schwarzenegger is planning to write the story of his life. a memoir will come out next year. this time, arnold faces his toughest opponent yet, the english language. the autobiography is tentatively titled -- it's really called kwsh "total recall: my unbelievable true life story." it will be the most entertaining audio book ever. [ laughter ] in fact, we somehow managed to get our hands on an advanced copy of the audio book. and to save you the 22 bucks it will cost you to buy it, we whittled it down.
here's a condensed version of the arnold book from beginning to end. >> i was a body builder. i was the champion. then i made movies. it was fun. then i was the governor. that was fun, too. then i had sex with the housekeeper. she had a baby. oops. i have muscles. the end. i'll be back. bennett! >> jimmy: doubles as a shake weight too. [ applause ] and one more thing, you know, bush has a new album out right now. the band, not the president. it's -- it's called "the sea of memories," and i learned something interesting. their frontman, gavin rossdale, has been working on a passion project kind of behind the scenes. i saw this on "extra" tonight. thought it was interesting. ♪ extra extra >> now to hollywood to catch up with bush hunk, gavin rossdale. >> i have been infatuated with game shows since i was a kid, a lot of inspiration there for me.
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>> jimmy: hello there, welcome back. tonight on the program, a woman on whom i bet a thousand dollars to win "dancing with the stars" last year. she is here tonight i hope to give me my money back. from "college gameday" on espn, erin andrews will be with us. and then with music from this, her latest album called "here i am," kelly rowland from the bud light outdoor stage.
tomorrow night, eva longoria will be here tomorrow night. the latest castoff from "dancing with the stars" will join us. and we'll have music from glen campbell. and later this week, mark wahlberg, jessica capshaw, seth macfarlane, the creators of "south park" and "the book of mormon," matt and trey. and we'll have music from givers and seth macfarlane is going to sing, too. sing too. he does that from time to time. so he'll do that, too. after bravely serving our country both on the bloody sands of "china beach" and the bloody driveways of wisteria lane, our first guest has found relative calm as medical examiner dr. megan hunt on "body of proof." you can watch season two tuesdays here on abc at 10:00. please say hello to dana delany. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i heard you got up very early this morning. >> i did. >> jimmy: so you're back to work. >> yes, long days. >> jimmy: did you have fun this
summer? did you do anything good? >> i wish i could say -- >> jimmy: can't even remember? >> no, i had mold in my house, and i had to fix my house. that was fun, but it's all gone. >> jimmy: that's good. i know you did something productive. >> i did. oh, you have it? >> jimmy: i do have it. this is "the new york times" sunday crossword puzzle from "the new york times." "that's disgusting" is the title. you can see the writers of this are dana delany and matt ginsberg. [ applause ] you wrote a crossword puzzle. >> i co-created one. i'm a cruciverbalist now. >> jimmy: how did this happen? >> i've been doing the crossword puzzle for a long time. my mom did it. i discovered it was a great thing on the set because you could be doing this and nobody would talk to you. it was a good way to -- >> jimmy: good way to be anti-social. >> yes. keep concentrating and, you know, it didn't take you out of your work too much. >> jimmy: got you. >> when i was doing promotion of "body of proof" last spring,
josh radner, who is on "how i met your mother," said he did this guest blog of "the new york times." i said, "i want to do that." and you wrote your experience of doing the puzzle. i wrote about my experience. one of the few mistakes in "the new york times" crossword puzzle because the clue was star of "china beach," and it was delaney, and my name is spelled d-e-l-a-n-y, and they spelled it d-e-l-a-n-e-y. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. they should be shut down for something like that. >> it was a big deal. >> it was really cool. i was like, they got it wrong. "the new york times" doesn't get things wrong. >> jimmy: did you think, maybe this isn't me? maybe i wasn't on "china beach." >> or i've been spelling my name wrongs for years. >> jimmy: that led to them -- >> a huge big thing. they had to make a retraction.
>> jimmy: how do you do it? do they have those like colorful letters on the refrigerator you do at home and put them together or -- >> no, it's -- i kind of -- i'm glad i did it, but i sort of feel like i've been to the sausage factory now. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, i don't really want to eat the sausage. no, i just -- crossword puzzles to me are fun. it's my escape. it's where i can just sort of zone out. >> jimmy: sausage to me is fun. >> exactly. that's funny. it's mine, too. [ laughter ] but they -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: well -- right there, you can see, that is disgusting. >> they have a whole thing now where you can do it with computers which is a -- all very high tech now. if you've seen the documentary "word play," some -- but matt ginsberg is a computer genius and created one of the programs that they use, and so the grid can be done by computer.
i'm not sure it was him, but someone created a program where you can put in the word, and then you can find out when it was last used in "the new york times," how many times it was used, what clues were given, so -- >> jimmy: i guess they would need that. because you don't want the same thing coming up over and over again. >> i guess. it started to feel like this is homework. >> jimmy: so you're saying, making crossword puzzles wasn't that much fun? this is shocking. [ laughter ] >> well, no, it is. it was a huge honor, but i got to tell you, now i know i would rather be solving the puzzle than creating one. >> jimmy: yeah, definitely. >> and leave it to the specialists. >> jimmy: and the specialists embraced your ideas with open arms. were you able to -- >> it was very democratic. it was. it was sometimes his idea, sometimes mine, then will short is the god of "the new york times" crossword puzzle. he changes what he doesn't like, so, in the end, it's his word. >> jimmy: i got you. >> the weird thing is i got calls from people out of the blue, i didn't know you did this. it was very impressive, and then
matt wrote me an e-mail saying, well, you know, you haven't really made it until you've been slammed, gotten a bad review of your crossword puzzle. >> jimmy: you got bad reviews for a crossword puzzle? >> yes, there is a blog called rex parker does "the new york times" crossword puzzle, which i read, it's really great. >> jimmy: yeah, sounds good. [ laughter ] >> and he -- it actually is. >> jimmy: sounds really great. >> you'd be surprised. >> jimmy: rex is pretty wild, i'm guessing. [ laughter ] rex parker. >> friend nerds. it's great. >> jimmy: is that a real person? >> yes, i think he lives in upstate new york. >> jimmy: rex parker. >> it sounds like a super hero. >> jimmy: so, rex said something nasty about you? >> i e-mailed matt back. i said, matt, i don't read my reviews of my acting. i'm not going to start reading bad reviews of my crossword puzzles. >> jimmy: yeah, really. and i blame matt for that, anyway. >> it's like my mother letting me know when i have a bad review. >> jimmy: watch out for people who are excited to tell you bad things.
>> i agree. >> jimmy: so your relationship with matt is done, i hope, and with words in general, probably. >> no, i'm still doing the crossword puzzle. >> jimmy: you've been tweeting a lot lately. >> it's a little addictive. >> jimmy: yeah, i think it is. you tweeted a photograph of an african gaboon viper. >> yes. >> jimmy: they need the word gaboon in there to make it scarier. how big is this thing? >> that was a baby gaboon, but it can get huge. >> jimmy: how big do they get? >> really, really big. i think like gigantic. >> jimmy: and this is what they do. >> yeah. >> jimmy: now, this thing was on the show with you. >> yeah. you like snakes, right? >> jimmy: yeah. i love them. >> as much as you like sausage. >> jimmy: snake sausage would be nice. [ applause ] >> i kind of have a love/hate thing. >> jimmy: do you really? >> yeah, i'm fascinated by them. i always go to vipertoriums --
i think that's the wrong word. >> jimmy: is that in the crossword? >> made that one up. they're kind of creepy but you kind of like to be creeped out by them. >> jimmy: i feel like god has put a natural fear of snakes into us for some good reason. >> yes. >> jimmy: and that reason is that they bite. >> the garden of eden. very primal and physical, yes, you're right. >> jimmy: but you work with the snakes. >> well, yes. it was a scene where it was part of a plot, you know, somebody had been bitten by a snake and got the snake and i had to get a long swab and swab the snake, you know -- >> jimmy: from the inside? >> no, not in the mouth but in -- get something off the snake itself and first i was like, the longest swab possible, and then i started to really get into it and by the end of it i was like poking the snake and i was really cruel to the snake. but it liked it because it was making these giggling noises. >> jimmy: that did not happen. i don't think snakes giggle.
>> it was giggling. it was going -- >> jimmy: it was? are you sure it wasn't a mouse inside the snake making that noise? really? >> yes, it was making these sounds -- it was liking it. >> jimmy: really? >> like i was scratching his back. >> jimmy: would you ever own a snake? >> i'd be worried it would get out in get in my bed. >> jimmy: yeah. >> that would scare me. >> jimmy: yeah, that would not be a good thing. but the snake was a good co-star in general? there was a snake wrangler. >> a guy from "snakes on the plane." >> jimmy: really. it was samuel jackson? [ laughter ] holy -- really? >> sidebar now. >> jimmy: i had no idea. we're going to take a quick break. dana delany is with us. "body of proof" tomorrow night 10:00 here on abc. we'll be right back. [ jane ] here's me. and here's my depression. before i started taking abilify,
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>> jimmy: that's what you do with dead people? >> yes. we had a guy this week who was a big handsome man and pulled him off the lot because he was big and he kept opening his eyes. he kept -- like i was trying to open his shirt answer he was helping me. no, let me, you're dead. he was just kind of freaked out to be touched, you know and then we had another guy who was so relaxed he started snoring. and i swear like this -- he was ruining the take. >> jimmy: just like what you did with the snake. >> yes, i poke people. >> jimmy: hey, speaking of the twitter, i want to mention, also, it seemed -- i went through it today, you had, in like four months time 12 references to drinking while tweeting. >> people in the audience know this, my danimals, my twitter followers. yes, i admitted. i work 15-hour days.
like today, i was up at 4:00 a.m. tonight i'll have to learn seven pages of dialogue. i'll have a little glass. i need a little reward at the end of the day. >> jimmy: does that help you remember the stuff? >> well, actually what tends to happen i'll have a little glass and say i just need to relax and then i'll get like halfway through my lines and go, oh, my god, i have to say that word? i'm screwed because i've already had my glass of wine. >> jimmy: various medical terms? >> how will i learn that? >> jimmy: do you know what they mean? >> i do, actually. otherwise i wouldn't be able to say them. i look them up on my ipad. thank god for the ipad and google. >> jimmy: you don't have a doctor you can call at all times? >> i do, but i try to learn it myself, but yes, i do, if i need to. >> jimmy: so you really know this stuff. so, you could potentially bring a dead person back to life if you needed to. i heard you shot a movie with 50 cent. >> i did. >> jimmy: when did that happen? >> it was in june, we were in new orleans. it's called "freelancers" with
fitty and de niro. >> jimmy: anyone killed? >> a few people are killed in that. >> jimmy: do you call him fitty? >> i wasn't sure what to call him. so i asked. and people said, you know, when he's acting, you can call him curtis. his name is curtis jackson. so, i called him that and that devolved into calling him fitty at the end. >> jimmy: did you feel dumb -- >> i felt like a white girl from connecticut calling him fitty. >> jimmy: i have problem with that. >> he said where are you from? i'm from connecticut. he said, i'm from connecticut. you are? yeah, i live in connecticut. i bought mike tyson's house. >> jimmy: he did. tiger and all, i think. >> yes, he did, yeah. >> jimmy: well, that's fantastic. great to see you. congratulations on the success of the show. "body of proof," tuesday nights at 10:00 on abc. dana delany. we'll be right back with erin andrews. my "me time" is when i thought i parked on level 2.
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>> jimmy: hi there. still to come, kelly rowland will be with us. our next guest is the reason men watch college football. we really don't even care about the game. she is a contributor to "good morning america," and co-host of "college gameday" on espn. please welcome erin andrews. [ cheers and applause ]
>> how are you? >> jimmy: you look fantastic. >> you look fantastic. >> jimmy: you brought me a gift. >> of course, i did. >> jimmy: what is it? >> first -- thank you for providing me -- >> jimmy: $5? i lost $1,000. where's the other -- >> did you really? >> jimmy: you think i was kidding. i bet $1,000 on you to win. >> and i remember saying to you is that all i'm worth but you were like -- had to explain it to me. i don't get it. >> jimmy: i didn't buy you for a thousand dollars. i bet a thousand dollars on you. >> right. >> jimmy: i'm not saying it was your fault. i believe you were slighted. >> how do you think i was slighted? >> jimmy: well, i just think -- honestly, i think there's a little bit of a bias against attractive women on the show. >> nicole scherzinger won. >> jimmy: you know what? actually, trust be told, nicole is a professional dancer and should not be allowed in the competition in the first place.
the nicole was probably the best dancer ever in the history of "dancing with the stars." >> i'm sorry, did you see my argentine tango? i jumped off the stage. >> jimmy: i bet on you. what more do you want from me? >> thank you. now i went to west virginia this weekend. lovely place. have you been? >> jimmy: i've not but i don't believe you when you say lovely. >> it's a fun time. we did lsu, now number one lsu. you're wearing purple but -- br you. and i know you love animals -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> it's a coonskin hat! >> jimmy: oh, my god. is this real? >> i don't think so. but it looked fabulous on and i wore it for "sportscenter" so i think you should try it. >> jimmy: all right. no, these are not the real eyes. it seems like it might be real. >> how does it smell? you look good. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i like it. >> let me see how you look.
>> jimmy: what if i made this -- if this became my thing like i become the new daniel boon or i wear this all the time. >> i want to look at you -- i think you look amazing and i'm proud of you because you're crazy about animals, not so much. >> jimmy: well, you know, this one's not alive. if it was alive, i would be reluctant to put it on my head. >> the eyes and whiskers. >> jimmy: it's nice. i like it. by the way, if you have, like, a 3-year-old kid, this would be a great thing to wear and wake them up in the middle of the night with. ahh! >> you look great. >> jimmy: thank you for that. i feel like i'm a man with a pony tail. >> i know what that's like. >> jimmy: i don't want to wear this because it will pull my toupee off if i do otherwise. all right, i'm tag it off. when you're in west virginia -- let's be honest, not a tremendous amount goes on in west virginia. they must be very excited to see you. >> we had a good time. we had a very good time this weekend.
i went to the university of florida and i was never a sweetheart for a fraternity and sae took care of me. they made me breakfast. brought me flowers. >> jimmy: what did they take you? >> it was a couple hours' old. but just eggs and grits and bacon it was fabulous. it was great. >> jimmy: did you eat it? >> no, i was full. >> jimmy: you don't eat things that a fraternity cooked for you. >> i appreciate it. it was adorable. >> jimmy: afterwards you get facebook pictures of what he did to the food before they sent it off. >> i understand that so i left it alone. >> jimmy: so this is something. >> and they make you signs. you know "college gameday." everybody comes out early. check it out at 9:00 a.m. on espnu. hello. they make us all signs. my favorite sign -- >> jimmy: they occasionally make signs for the other guy. this is unbelievable. this is -- i'm guessing these boys are related. >> look at the middle. he's my favorite. >> jimmy: legal to marry erin andrews in five years, legal to marry erin andrews in 11 years, legal to marry erin andrews in two years. i would think in west virginia they'd all be legal to marry
like, right now if they wanted to, right? [ applause ] >> my buddy said first, second and third divorce. and what was so great about this, i walked outside to be on the set and they parents were standing there, so proud. like they helped them with it, look at our sign! >> jimmy: kids don't come up with stuff like that. >> i think the middle did. the middle was feeling it but on their best behavior in west virginia. >> jimmy: that's good. >> i don't know if you know much about it. west virginia and their school is very, very strict on them. burning couches is kind of the thing that they do there. did you know that? >> jimmy: to celebrate "gameday," they set couches on fire? >> i think so celebrate any game. wasn't the fact they were there it's just what they do. but the school wanted everyone to be on their best behavior, which they were and we appreciated it but they said, starting monday, all furniture inside or it was a felony. >> jimmy: what? >> yes.
>> jimmy: what kind of city makes you put the furniture on the inside of the house. >> well, yeah, the other great part which we thoroughly appreciated. all these cameras around "college gameday," a couple games ago, someone got a nasty message on their soon. and they said, if you turn in all your vulgar t-shirts, you're going to get a $20 gift certificate. >> jimmy: like a gun exchange program? really? >> kind of, yeah. everybody did well. >> jimmy: they cleaned up the town. did anybody set a couch on fire? >> not at the party i was with. well, they lost -- >> jimmy: you don't want to burn furniture when you lose. >> yeah. apparently they do that, though. >> jimmy: i hear you're working with some -- you're trying to get women to go to games. >> yes, with stub hub. you know, guys aren't the only ones that love college football. chicks know college football, as well. especially women in the south. they know their college football so stub hub is doing a program called "girls night out." you go to stubhub.com and it's the game that stub hub is highlighting. proceeds go to t.a.p.s., a
charity program i've partnered with. >> jimmy: if you're single and you want to meet some fellas, why, they're all over the place. >> one, two, three. >> jimmy: there you go. thank you for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: "college saturdays at 9:00 a.m. we'll be right back with kelly rowland. [ female announcer ] once you taste
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