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know we're not the only ones from the animal kingdom who are suffering. one doctor who is breaking down the species. >> reporter: in an area of high-tech medicine a transesophageal is a fairly common procedure. but for this patient, not so much. jake is a 13-year-old chimp getting a preventive checkup common for humans. in jake's case, a house call at the los angeles zoo. madison horowitz has been moonlighting at the zoo for six years, sort of a modern-day dr. doolittle. >> when this started i was skeptical. >> reporter: she's been surprised to learn how much human and veterinary medicine have in common. >> animals have almost the same as human beings, the veterinarians never talk about it. >> you sort of confess that doctors count on this a little
bit? >> physicians have not typically traditionally seen veterinarians as their clinical peers and that's unfortunate. >> reporter: veterinarians may be the ultimate general practitioners, dealing were a variety of species, and patients who can't tell the doctor where it hurts. like cookie, a lioness diagnosed with fluid around her heart, a potentially fatal condition. >> they were looking at this diagnosis, looking at body positions, eating patterns. an they were right. >> reporter: ucla would have run a lot of tests. >> we would have made a diagnosis quickly. i don't think even my most esteemed colleagues could have made this inspection alone. >> reporter: she started seeing her human patients differently. >> every time i saw it in human patients, i asked the questions. i'm batting 1,000. i saw a patient with chlamydia.
i asked if animals get stds. >> reporter: scientists are trying to develop a koala chlamydia vaccine. >> is there one? >> no. >> reporter: with a book co-authored by kathryn bauers called zoobiquity. >> it's connected to all the other animals in the planet. >> reporter: the l.a. zoo's chief veterinarian. >> do you guys pay the going rate or have insurance? >> we're very fortunate. >> reporter: so when rhonda the rhino was diagnosed with cell
chance no carcinoma -- >> she's appreciative of it. look at that. >> reporter: now rhonda is cancer-free. but acknowledges the similarities between animals and humans does have different complications, for instance, what does ubiquity mean? >> maybe it's an argument against it because we show more zpags. compassion. >> animal testing is a really important and complicated issue. and there's no question that the debate will continue. >> that's your opinion? >> i really can't give one because it's a very complicated nuanced question. >> reporter: should the hippocratic oath apply to hippos? dr. horowitz refuses to say. >> zoobiquity is in stores now.
it's swimsuit season and millions of americans are looking for that summer glow. for many years, many have thought a spray-on tan was the safe alternative to tanning beds or sunbathing. but there could be a hidden danger just faking it. we're pleased to welcome for the first time on the broadcast our
abc news correspondent mark greenblatt. >> reporter: it's a booming billion-dollar business. spray tanning. it's how khloe and kim get their low. >> you go every single night. >> but not orange like that. >> reporter: long considered the safe at of it to uses u.v. tanning beds or laying out in the sun, some experts say a chemical in that may pose a potential hazard. it's called dha and it's what turns your skin brown. it was approved by the fda back in the '70s before spray tans existed but only for external use. rubbed on to the skin as a lotion or jell. before that, the fda is clear, dha should not be inhaled or ingested. but now, of course, it is inhaled on a regular basis by many people. because as anyone who has ever gotten the popular service knows it's virtually impossible not to inhale the mist when you get a spray tan.
>> the first time, you below your nose because you breathe it. >> it's winding up in your respiratory system. in your nose. >> reporter: dr. lynn goldman was among a group of doctors we had review ten different lab studies on dha that we obtained. one study calls it a potential human health hazard. another says it could cause dna damage which experts say could lead to birth defects. >> i'm very concerned about the concern for lung cancer. >> reporter: if i say, doctor, should i go tan in a spray? >> my response before would be sure, that's a great alternative. after reading these papers i don't think i can say this anymore. >> reporter: even the most successful tanning technicians seem to be in the comes to the dangers. >> you could drink this. >> reporter: and he doesn't just think it's safe to drink dha -- >> whoa --
>> it doesn't taste good, but you can do it. >> reporter: donte say he's a proud spray tanner for the sprays. >> lady gaga. >> reporter: and like this one. >> you have protection your your nose and eyes? >> it's not recommended. >> is it safe? >> the fda thinks so. >> reporter: this is one of a dozen of salons we went to under cover. none seems to know that the fda says you protect your eyes, nose and lips so dha gets inside your body. >> you really don't need it. >> reporter: in fact, they dumped it. >> we don't recommend you doing because when you spray your face that part is not going to be done. >> reporter: most say just close your eye or hold your breath. >> hold your breath for one second. >> reporter: online, some go further saying you can eat dha, that it's food grade and
approved by the fda. but they're confusion two completely different kinds of dha. both with the same abbreviated name one. tans your skin, the other, a health supplement found in foods like salmon and milk. food grade dha and sun tan dha. is that md leading to the american public to tell them something is safe to eat and approved by the fda when it's not? >> i don't believe it's anybody's intention. >> reporter: that's joe leavy a spokesman. >> indoor tanning is a reliable controlled mechanism for which to get vitamin d while getting your tan. >> dermatologists attack showing they're know they're wrong. >> reporter: today, he's talking about how spray tans are safe. >> there is at this point no understanding that there are adverse effects.
no one has communicated that. >> reporter: there's been a litany of studies that have come out proving that dha in the lab caused an alter racing of genes. >> i haven't heard any of that. >> reporter: you haven't heard of that? >> no. >> reporter: bottom line, experts say if you only spray tan once or twice, the risk is probably low but -- >> just like anythings, the more you're exposed to it, the greater your risk. >> reporter: the good news is, in response to our questions, there now seems to be a new awareness across the industry about the potential dangers of dha. >> whoa. >> reporter: even for a believer like dante. >> if i came back a week, two months from now, what would i see? >> definitely using goggles and nose plugs. >> because of mark's reporting, the tanning industry says they're now retaining salon technicians all across the country to follow fda
recommendations. our thanks to mark. thank you for watching abc news. we hope you'll check in with "good morning america." for all of us at abc news, good night, america. watch "jimmy" next. kings. martin short. the stanley cup champion l.a. kings. martin short. >> don't you remember! >> i've never been wetter than on this particular show. >> cee lo green. and music from goodie mob. an all-new "jimmy kimmel live,"
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where do you think he keeps his? don't even want to think about it. ♪ mole rat got it going on ♪ [ male announcer ] portable power on demand. mio energy. mole rat: ♪ hit me >> from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, the stanley cup champion l.a. kings. martin short. cee lo green. and music from goodie mob. with cleto and the cletones.
and now, no kidding, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. that's very nice. hi, i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching us. all right. i'm glade you're feeling enthusiastic. do we have any hockey fans in the audience? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's good for you guys. our newly found nhl champions the l.a. kings are here right now. most are in the green room. i had them take off the skates so they don't tear up the green
room back there. i'm glad they brought the stanley cup with them. [ cheers and applause ] guess what, at some point during the show tonight, we're all going to swim in it. there's a great tradition in hockey, each player on the winning team gets the stanley cup for a night. it's similar to what happens in the nba, but instead of a trophy, they get a kardashian sister. [ laughter ] i don't know but the kings, it's been my life long dream to eat fruity pebbles out of the stanley cup. the kings have never won the cup before, a 45-year drought has been ended. i don't know how many care about it, but i do. they packed the staples center last night. everybody was well behaved but you wouldn't know that from the 11:00 news from the fox affiliate. >> they say it was a pretty decent calm celebration. and that celebration continues today and through the week. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: dead is calm.
some fans got emotional after the kings won. which is understandable, you follow a team for such a long time, sometimes you feel like it's never going to happen. but i thought this guy in particular really did a good job of explaining just how important this victory was for him personally. >> stanley cup champion 2012! >> i've been waiting for this my whole life. they won the cup two times in 1992 with the kings -- it's the best thing i've ever done. >> jimmy: well, hey, let's not get crazy. it's big but -- what you've accomplished on saga genesis, that's something grandchildren will never forget. [ cheers and applause ] the kings have been growing what they called playoff beards. that means they don't shave until the series is over. we set up a shaving station in the green room. a few of the guys have shaved. a lot of the guys have shaved already. look at that. that's a motley crew right there.
the team, the whole thing. they're going to be out here in a minute. the turning point was when forward steve bernier hammered exudie exudier. asked youier was bleeding. >> rob scuderi -- oh, wow, you really got tackled on the board. there was no way, you were not going to finish this game, was there? >> you have a feeling you're going to be fine. you know your body. i was pretty confident i was coming back. >> jimmy: the zamboni will smooth that out, that will be no problem. [ applause ] if you think about it, the good thing about being face down during a hockey game, you're immediately putting ice on it. [ laughter ] the kings' victory parade is in downtown l.a. on thursday, should you want to go out and show your support. it's a shame they didn't win on saturday because then they could have paired up with the gray pride parade on saturday and
killed two birds with one stone. father's day is sunday. father's day is the day we congratulate dad by getting mom drunk on wine coolers and getting him a bottle of cologne he doesn't wear. the return of the youtube challenge, from time to time, i enlist you the viewers to do terrible things to your loved ones and send them to me. we issued a very popular challenge for hoalloween last year. i told parents to pretend they ate all the kids' candy, well that went great. >> i ate it, especially the peanut buttercup. >> you! >> jimmy: that's been viewing like 31,000 sometimes on youtube. also on christmas, i asked the parents to give heir kids a crappy gift. here's how that turned out.
[ laughter ] >> hey! >> hey! >> next time -- >> jimmy: merry christmas to one and all. and we did the reverse one year, mother's day. i asked kids to give their mom a crappy gift. some of you got very creative. >> ahh! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so this weekend in honor of father's day, i'm asking you to surprise your father with one of the things dads love most. a hose. okay. wherever dad is, whatever he's doing, roll a tape, spray him with a hose, upload it to youtube with the title "hey, jimmy kimmel, i sprayed my dad with a hose." try to do this before father's day. try to post this by friday, that way we can include it on the prime time nba pregame show on sunday. wouldn't that be a nice thing
for dad to be on tv? "hey, jimmy kimmel" i sprayed my dad. a lawyer is asking you to remind all of you not to harm anyone or damage any property or kill your father. lindsay lohan is back in the news and this time it's for something bad. [ laughter ] right. she was driving with her assistant down the pacific coast highway on friday. reportedly smashed her porsche back into the back end of a semitruck. she reportedly reported to police at the scene she wasn't the one driving the car. her assistant said she was driving the car. if she did lie to the police, it would be a probation violation which would mean jail time for her. it might be time to put lindsay lohan in one of those giant hamster balls. let her roll around safely. meanwhile, speaking of hamsters, nude photos of snooki from "jersey shore" have been leaked.
would this be classified as a leak or an oil spill? [ laughter ] it appears that snooki took photos to send to a boyfriend from her phone, and somehow, they got out. no one has come forward to claim responsibility, i'm guessing al qaeda will pipe up any day now. snooki's publicist confirmed that the photos are indeed authent authentic. this is indeed, we censored it a little bit. "a new movie "rock of ages" tom cruise, alec baldwin, and the parking lot security guard guillermo is there. did you have a good time? >> yeah. why did they call it the black carpet instead of the red carpet? >> because it's cheaper than the red carpet. >> jimmy: here's guillermo at
the premiere of "rock of ages." >> eye had, it's me guillermo, at the black carpet premiere of "rock of ages." celebrities, i love rock 'n' roll! let's go! ♪ >> i haven't seen my father in about 25 years. it's so good to see you, dad. >> yeah. >> how you been? >> i been okay. you been out of trouble? >> i've been out of trouble, but you haven't been paying mommy any child support at all. >> i send a check, but she doesn't get it? >> the check's in the mail, i guess. i haven't got it. >> can i measure your tongue? >> yes. >> wow, that's long, huh? >> yeah. >> 0 you're "jimmy kimmel live," what happened to the rest of your clothes? >> i don't know, someone stole it on the way here. will you chase them down?
>> i will. kiss. >> yes. >> wow. i have a personal question to ask you, will you come to a private place with me? >> that depends. >> yeah? trust me, it will be fine. >> okay. ♪ >> tell me about the '80s? >> what do you want to know about them? >> the '80s were the best year, huh? >> i don't know if they were the best years but they were definitely years. will. >> will you show me? >> my pleasure. >> you ready? >> yeah, i'm ready. >> thank you so much. thank you so much, mr. tom cruise. >> that wig really holds it. >> yeah. >> what are you wearing? >> you like it?
>> what's the white powder on your face? how in character are you? [ speaking foreign language ] >> how come you're so hard to understand? ♪ >> wow, let's hear it for the premiere of "rock of ages." time to go drink whiskey and bang my head. >> jimmy: thank you, guillermo, very well done. tonight on the show martin short is here. cee lo green and his band goodie mob are with us. and we'll be right back with our new stanley cup champions, the la kings. so stick around. ♪ woo! played "pin the tail on the donkey"
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hello there. welcome back. tonight on the program, a big program it is on june 29th and 30th you can see them live at the mirage hotel in las vegas, and you can hear him now at the movies in "madagascar 3," martin short is here. and then from "the voice," music and chatting with cee lo green and his band goodie mob from the bud light outdoor stage. [ cheers and applause ] a quick programming note. we have two new fashows on thursday night. at our regular time after "nightline" we'll be joined by jada pinkett smith, matt kemp from the dodgers, and we'll have music from the temper trap. and in primetime thursday, "jimmy kimmel live game night" with joel mchale, mike tyson, and maybe some kardashian sisters sprinkled in. who knows what will happen. [ laughter ] it airs before game 2 in most of the country and after on the west coast. last night at staples center, our next guests capped an improbable post-season run with
>> jimmy: i have to say, all of a sudden, the smell of beer is intense. and i feel like the bachelorette all of a sudden. i really do. first of all, congratulations. welcome, guys. it's great to have you guys here. [ cheers and applause ] what a run. how many of you are drunk right now? show of hands, be honest, come on now. one, two -- i think there are probable a few more. some raised partial hands. so maybe you're half drunk, i guess. who's been celebrating the hardest of the group? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. i see you got your toronto hat on there, huh? >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: three canadians in the audience tonight. is it true -- you guys had a
party last night, right? >> true. >> jimmy: brought the stanley cup with you. is it true some of the new jersey devils came to your party last night? >> no way. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is this group lying to cover for your opponents. i mean -- would you ever go -- let's say god forbid the devils had would that this party, would you go to their party? >> no. >> jimmy: you're the eighth seed going into the playoffs -- >> you want a sip there, jimmy? >> jimmy: i would like a sip. is it all right? i'm not technically a member of the team. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: trust me. is that all right? you're in charge of this. you guys didn't -- did you? i would love to have a sip out of this thing. i would. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
[ applause ] >> jimmy: that's nice. that is nice. it tastes like victory, i will say. you guys played -- you actually, believe it or not, you played better on the road than you did at home which is an unusual thing but i think i know why. this is the clip now, this is going on at the staples center. now what exactly -- did you guys notice that while you're playing the game? because i certainly did while i was watching the game. it's a porn star that comes to the games, right? >> a big fan. >> jimmy: she's a big fan? [ laughter ] did she join the team celebration. she hasn't been in the cup, has she? [ laughter ] tradition says that each player gets the stanley cup for one day. do any of you have any unusual plans for the cup? anything that you have in mind you've always wanted to do? >> choppering.
>> jimmy: choppering somewhere? >> on top of a mountain. >> jimmy: which mountain? >> it doesn't matter. >> jimmy: you're taking it up to the mountain. do you worry about losing it in the mountain? >> no. >> jimmy: would you worry about getting hit by lightning by the big metal thing on the mountain? who is the cup keeper, by the way, does he have a gun or something. the cup keeper is a guy that the nhl requires go with you or whatever so you don't leave it in the back of the cab like has happened in the past, right? but they also say there's some rules i have here. the cup keeper will be present at all times with the cup to make sure the cup is treated with respect. food cannot be eaten out of the bowl, nor can the cup be lifted by the bowl. only winning players should hoist or drink out of the cup. i've always violated that rule. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: by no standards are i an employee. dustin, you had your kids drinking out of the cup, right?
>> this morning. >> jimmy: you had your kids drinking out of the cup, right? we've got video there. the kids are dressed as superheroes. what are they drinking out of the cup? >> just blowing bubbles. chocolate milk. >> jimmy: is that allowed, the cup keeper -- >> well, he's probably worried about spider-man. >> jimmy: to the kids have any idea what a big deal this is? >> my oldest one, he's been talking tab for as long as the playoffs have started. both of them -- my middle one kissed the cup first thing in the morning, so that's pretty cool. >> jimmy: that's pretty good when it's the stanley cup, but when it's a protective cup, you don't want that. [ laughter ] who is most likely to damage this cup, let's be honest. it's time to point fingers here. >> that's him. >> jimmy: what are you going to do with this cup? >> it's going to be on my back porch. it's going to be unbelievable.
by the way, dustin brown looks a little bit like matt damon. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but he couldn't make it tonight, unfortunately. has anyone done anything crazy since you guys won? how hard is it when you know you're up, up four goals at one point. are you ready to celebrate, you still have to go out there and play. but is it hard to contain yourself in a situation like that. >> tough, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah? >> very tough. >> jimmy: because you want to just -- potentially, the game is over. do you feel at that point, i notice you guys are still playing hard. there's still a lot of physical activity going on. why is that happening are the devils trying to get elbows at the end. what's going on there in a situation like that? >> a proud team. a proud organization. they're going to play until the final buzzer. so you got to respect that. >> jimmy: yeah, you have to respect that. now, as far as your names all being on the stanley cup, which
eventually, they're going to run out of room for the names. steve bernier of the devils will his name be on the stanley cup also, because he played a pretty big role in helping you guys. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i mean, he did his part. i think he's a free agent, you might want to sign him up next year. what will happen in a situation like that? is that something like your whole life you dread, winding up in a situation where you do something very stupid and wind up potentially costing your team the series, or at least the game? >> tough way to go. >> jimmy: it's a tough way to go. you don't care at all, do you? >> worked for us. >> jimmy: worked for you, yeah. what are you guys planning on doing after the show tonight? do you have a party planned? will you go your separate ways? >> there's a couple buses waiting outside. you just never know where that's going to take us. >> jimmy: you have no idea?
>> no. >> jimmy: may god help the citizens who encounter you tonight. that's all i have to say. congratulations, guys. thank you for bringing the cup here. we appreciate it. your stanley cup champions the los angeles kings. the victory parade and championship rally begins thursday at noon here in downtown los angeles. we'll be right back with martin short. also, get a free flight.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: with cee lo and mob. with the city of los angeles in a rare state of intense hockey euphoria, we thought it would be wise to bring a real live canadian in to calm everyone down. he's one of the funniest people in the history of peopledom, you can hear him now via circus seal in "madagascar 3: europe's most wanted." >> is it dangerous? >> is it dangerous? >> of course, it is dangerous. >> now, are you sure about this. >> i'm sure. >> because as blows up in your face, then you're in the right place. >> si, that means yes. >> ready for launch? >> ready for launch. >> fire in the hole! ♪ >> wait!
[ explosion ] >> ahh! >> jimmy: please welcome the magnificent martin short! [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm thrilled to be here. listen, when i started promoting this show, the first thing i said, i want to appear with the king of late night. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah. unfortunately, letterman was booked. [ laughter ] so i came here. i was watching the first part of the show, it amazed me, i think it's one of your strengths how you keep your sense of humor so hush-hush. [ laughter ] these guys, these late-night hosts come on, oh, look how funny i am. i'll say something witty.
>> jimmy: well, you know -- >> that's your trump card. >> jimmy: my special brand of humility. thank yous for pointing that out. >> first time i realized, you have a band. >> jimmy: i do. what do you think happened here, do you think they'd stolen the instruments? >> i don't know, i just glanced over. >> jimmy: one of the guys in my band is with your entire band, is that true? >> that's true. jeff. the keyboard player. >> jimmy: what do you guys do at the mirage? what do you do? what goes on in the show? >> well, i mean, it's a party with marty, ultimately. >> jimmy: it's a party with marty. you being marty. >> i'm the host of "saturday night live" and the entire cast. i changed the show, it's called "let freedom hum." >> jimmy: i like that.
>> mainly it's called "if i shaved i wouldn't be here." >> jimmy: and you do, i imagine, characters and impersonations. >> i do jiminy. it's multimedia and all the characters show up. he'll ask the hard-hitting questions. these toilets that flush automatically, do we see when they're finished, or is it guessing? you know. [ laughter ] >> why did god give men nipples if we're not supposed to breast-feed our pets? these are questions that people want to know. and franck, you know him? [ applause ] he has no style, like the kardashian sisters, some people are born great, other people have greatness thrust into them. he has it with people. i wish you'd come. >> jimmy: i would love to come.
>> why don't you come? >> jimmy: you've never invited me. >> by the way, you look sensational. is this a little personal, sometimes, i say things that i shouldn't have, but have you had a breast reduction? >> jimmy: just one. i had the one done, it's bigger than the other. but thank you for asking. >> why not say something we're all thinking. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: father's day is on sunday. do they celebrate father's day in canada, or is it some weird like -- >> canadians do everything a little differently. on thanksgiving, we traditionally stuff the turkey through the beak, is that isn't what your country does. on father's day, we bask until dusk, and then there are the parades. >> jimmy: are there parades on father's day? >> not really, no. but i have three children, one of each, and i think -- [ laughter ] no, i think, you know, you have to be a father.
there's nothing more rewarding for me than getting a deep tissue massage while out of the corner of my eye seeing one of my kids getting tutored in math. i think that's the beauty of fatherhood. >> jimmy: it is. >> see, my father is no longer living so i love keeping him alive through my kids where i tell endless stories. i grew up in a house fueled with love. our cousin lived with us and she put out. [ laughter ] but my father -- but my father, he was hilarious, he was irish. >> jimmy: your dad was irish? >> yes, born and raised just in the border of the north. had a slight brogue. marty get down here. being irish it's brrrrrrr! i said, dad, why make that noise, just drink the begin. the ginn.
gin. >> he was a funny guy. he would sip on the weekends, gin and ginger, no ice. then on christmas, then like around, you know, 5:00 p.m., we'd be having dinner. you want dark meat? well, there's dark meat on that damn leg. and only a brain-dead mow ron will cook a 25-pound turkey at 2 1/2 hours at 110. you know, but he was always like showing, you know, i was out on the golf course yesterday with this jewish chap, goldberg or silver or bronstein. i know there was a precious metal involved. he said, have you heard about the blind prostitute, you had to hand it to her. my mother loved that. he loved dirty jokes. >> jimmy: did you like when he
told dirty jokes? >> oh, it was fun. he was really, really funny. everyone in my family was actually funny. >> jimmy: will your kids get you gifts your father's day? >> they do. i love my children. i adore my children. it's so weird. >> jimmy: it's so rare nowadays. i'm fond. >> i actually had dinner with your daughter last night. >> what! you were there, you idiot. hear me out [ bleep ]! [ bleep ] hear he out! you were there! you -- were -- there! idiot, don't you remember, now snap out, for god's sake. >> jimmy: martin short, everyone. >> jimmy: "madagascar 3: europe's most wanted" in 3-d is in theaters now. we'll be right back with cee lo green. ♪
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