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molly's not thinking about cancer today, but three years from now, a routine screening will catch it early and make all the difference. so when chris sununu voted to cut funding for planned parenthood, cutting access to cancer screenings and birth control for thousands of women, for molly, it's the rest of her life. the stakes are too high to make chris sununu governo. this advertisement has been paid for by put new hampshire first
imagine if hillary clinton wins the white house... then what? liberal carol shea-porter? she'll be a rubber stamp for clinton's agenda. progressive shawn o'connor? he'll be a rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda: higher taxes. more government spending. and a weaker national defense. only frank guinta will put new hampshire first. that's the key difference in this race. frank guinta. he's on our side. i'm frank guinta and i approved this message. tom: former state representative kyle tasker is now accused of driving drunk and causing a crash in rochester. police say tasker slammed into a car stopped at a red light which caused a chain reaction yesterday afternoon. tonight, tasker is out on bail for the dwi arrest. however that could change if he is taken into custody for violating his first bail. we reached out to tasker for a comment, he has not responded. tonight, a derry mother is
several times in recent weeks. shelley: she says the threatening messages and damage are disturbing because she has a black son. tonight, she shows our jean mackin what happened, and explains why she wants to share her story to show her son she will not be scared. jean: the family has lived here on scobie pond road in derry for 5 years and never had a problem until waking up the morning of october 21st. >> yeah, and it was on the, it jean: jaci stimson shows us where she found the racial slur etched into her car that morning. >> it said the n word, lover. jean: she took this snapshot before having the hate-filled message removed, we are blurring out the racial slur and blurring out the same word written onto this sign, then put in her driveway three days later. >> that basically told me to go
my son is black and it's racist. jean: jaci didn't want to tell her 7-year-old son what was happening at their home but she had to try to explain it when they discovered more damage this morning. >> they egged my car, they threw watermelon on my car and chicken, fried chicken, so again, it's racist. jean: she tried to clean up again, but pieces of chicken litter the lawn. police are asking the public to help solve these crimes which could be elevated from cri mischief charges. >> because of the comments that have been made in some of these incidents, it's a racially motivated crime. jean: for now, jaci has reinforced her home with security, and visiting family members, and reassured her son. >> he's a beautiful little boy and he doesn't understand why all this is happening. he needs to know he's done
and i'm proud of him. jean: jackie says she has two priorities. she wants the person caught, and she wants her son to feel say. -- safe. shelley: of milford family is celebrating now that the army is agreeing to pay expenses. he nearly died during an army mandated push-up test. the army would not pay for all the medical bills. after appealing the family believe making their story public made all the difference. >> it was a huge weight off of our shoulders. it allows us to take the next step in our journey, which is now to focus on fixing the process so that other soldiers who are going through this process don't have to spend a year or more waiting for an answer. shelley: the army told the morgan's the entire process is
>> now, mike haddad with your forecast. mike: a mild one out there today, we had clouds and sunshine but the temperatures were well above average. you're looking at time lapse photos with clear skies during the late afternoon and early evening. the official high temperature in concord 65 degrees, 11 above the average. the record of 80 was set back in 1950. low of 16 wintry degrees set back in 1992. showers are creeping closer, some steady light rain is falling and that will begin to move in over the next few hours. so some welcome showers moving in between now and tomorrow. the rain extends all the way back through buffalo and toronto and points west of that. on and off into thursday we will
more than where we are right now. it looks like tomorrow will be a little cooler than today. even though the warm air is post by, it's going to be squashed to the south and southeast due to a wave of low pressure moving through the great lakes, bringing beneficial rain to new hampshire and in cooling us down. here's a look at satellite imagery and you can see the showers extending west of toronto down to chicagoland and points east. all of this has to move through during the overnight and on and off into thursday, but it is a quick mover and that will take over tomorrow night and into a good part of friday and the upcoming weekend. showers only increase as we go through the overnight stretch. some of it on the moderate side
lull during the late morning and then more steady rain will fill in during the afternoon. there could be couple of downpours as the front moves through central and southern new hampshire but it exits by later tomorrow night. maybe if you are reason the mountains friday morning and maybe a sprinkle in southern new hampshire but full sunshine as we go into the afternoon. chilly air for friday and into the weekend. tomorrow it only climbs a few degrees, upper 40's north and lower to mid 50 south. tomorrow, occasional rain, there could be a burst of heavier stuff later on. more sunshine is friday wears on. there could be a few flurries saturday and sunday and then
chilly or monday. it warms up a little bit for election day on tuesday. get out and vote. tom: a barnburner in cleveland. jamie: all take a look at the break and see if anything is going on. i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going
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it is living up to the billing. there in the bottom of the ninth and it is tied 6-6. the indians got three runs. here we are, bottom of the ninth inning, nobody out, nobody on, as the indians are at that. what a game the celtics hosted the chicago bulls and they had to do it without their a guy he's entered the nba concussion a recall program. a great start for the celtics. here is avery bradley with a three-pointer. and from just about the same spot, jae crowder with a 3. celts up by 7, and on a 27-11 run, all in the first quarter, but crowder left with a leg injury shortly after that. 2nd quarter, marcus smart, playing in his first game this year, sets up amir johnson for a dunk. celts lead at the half 55-52.
3rd quarter, he got hot. 23 points for him, same for isiah thomas. celts take this one 107-100. first loss of the year for the bulls, celts are 3-1. they play at the cavaliers tomorrow night. now to the high school tournaments for tonight, boys division one soccer semifinals, timberlane and exeter. an early bid for timberlane, the shot is drilled by connor ross from 20 yards out, but goes off the cross bar, just check out the wheels on exeters quinn mantageri, breaking ahead of the defense, but the owls goalie matt salois comes out at the perfect time for the big save. scoreless at the half. 2nd half, another bid for mantageri, and another nice save for salois. they went to double overtime, where matageri scored the game winner, exeter takes it 1-0. in the other semifinal, memorial beat concord 1-0, so it's the crusaders and the blue hawks for the championship.
lebanon against windham in nashua. jags in blue. 5 minutes into the game, kyle cocciardo sends it across, and connor brennan is there for the one time and the goal, 1-0 windham. lebanon answers in the 2nd half, a free kick for nathan gariepy. he bends it through and finds the net, 1-1 game. this fan says her soccer heart belongs to #17. well that is lebanon's luke sandmann, and this is what happens in overtime. sandmann gets behind the defense and scores the game winner. her soccer heart loves that one. lebanon wins it 2-1 in overtime. in the other semifinal, goffstown beat pembroke 2-1 in overtime, so it's the grizzlies and the raiders for the title. boys division three semifinals at laconia high school. your championship game will feature the stevens cardinals and the hopkinton hawks. girls volleyball, division one semifinals at pinkerton academy. hollis brookline will be back to defend their state championship. they will take on concord
kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me -
just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk.
but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content
of this advertising. what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. d that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. narrator: two kinds of business experience. chris sununu's family handed him a top-rated ski resort. he ran it into the ground. chris sununu cut jobs, and cut workers' hours so he wouldn't have to provide health insurance.
er. then a top executive at college for america. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. real success is helping others get ahead. a bright new hampshire future starts with looking out for people. shelley: good news for brentwood police tonight. tom: thanks to vested interest, k-9 titan now has his own kevlar patrol vest. vested interest is national organizatias departments get vests for police dogs. now titan will be much safer out on patrol. a good program and good news for brentwood police. shelley: it looks like a lot of rain is headed our way tomorrow. mike: have the umbrella handy at any point during the day. there could be an hour or two of heavier rain later in the day
which is good news for tomorrow. the me get to friday and the weekend, it will be breezy and seasonably chilly right through the big day that we fall back to standard time, early sunday morning. don't forget to set the clocks back an hour. tom: and were going into the tent in the world series. thanks for joining us for news9
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[ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: hi, everyone. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for everything, really. thank you for coming. wow, glad you're in a good witness, the spectacle you are about to behold, is our most special special effects show of the whole year. tonight we will be broadcasting from three cities at the same time. i will be in two of those cities. i know, it's amazing, thank you. let's begin by going live to the cma theater at the country music hall of fame in nashville, tennessee. [ cheers and applause ] hello, nashville!
okay, let's do it. right now i'm on the screens but we're going to fire up the hologram machine. fire it up and beam me in, captain. here i am! [ cheers and applause ] i don't know why you guys are excited. hi, everyone. i'm casper the friendly host. you know, this is the third year in a row we've done this. i still have absolutely no idea how it works. by the way, those of you in nashville, feel free to post an instagram of my hologram because i don't think that's ever been done. go ahead and snap away. hey, do you guys want to see a puppet show? [ cheers and applause ] hold on, i'll be right back.
[ cheers and applause ] my little friend guillermo. look at that. guillermo, say howdy to the people in nashville. >> guillermo: howdy, nashville! >> jimmy: how are you doing tonight, guillermo? >> guillermo: jimmy, i will be happy if you don't put your hand up [ drumroll ] >> jimmy: can i get a glass of water? watch this. all right, here we go. ghnc >> guillermo: i want some water too, can i have some water? can i get water? please, water? water! >> jimmy: isn't that incredible? >> guillermo: hello, water! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can talk while he's doing it. while he's drinking water, i can also talk. is that enough water?
all right. thank you, poquito bandito, now back to your post. there we go. [ cheers and applause ] i want to try something in nashville in the theater. i need a volunteer from the audience for this. okay, do we have somebody lined up? all right, i'm fairly sure this has never been done before. this is a television first. oh, okay. wait, hold on. oh. hi, what's your name? >> jessica jimmy, how you doing? >> good, how are you? >> jimmy: see, this is when we appreciate our local weather men. because they have this all figured out. jessica, let me have that right, this is a graham cracker. you've seen these, right? >> yes. >> jimmy: okay. i am going to feed this graham cracker to you. >> okay. >> jimmy: all right? there you go. eat that. yes, yes, yes. enjoy. is it good? >> mmm-mmm!
there you go, you just ate the world's first-ever hologram-cracker. [ cheers and applause ] get it. >> guillermo: i get it, yeah. >> jimmy: all right, thank you. all right, thank you, jessica. you know, this show's been on almost 14 years, we're still breaking new ground, it is incredible. of course the main reason i'm with you via hologram tonight is state. and i need your vote to make sure i become vice president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] may i have my podium? where is my podium? thank you. dear fellow nashvilleagers, is it? it is an honor to be in nashville with you tonight. i love so many things about
dining, the hot chicken, hot fish, the goo goo clusters, fruit tea, and meat and three, whatever the hell that is, i love it all. i love your unfortunately named hockey team the predators. i love bush whackers, shownies, maxwell house coffee, and the fact that nashville has the largest population of kurdish people in the united states. and did i just read all of this stuff off of wikipedia this afternoon? yes, i did. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and as a result, i know that i can doubt count on your vote. i am the best possible voice to be vice president of the united states. but don't just take it from me, take it from a real-life cowboy! >> guillermo: i am a cowboy! and i endorse this man! >> jimmy: all right, thank you. i might never let you out of that little outfit, i swear to god. >> guillermo: i like it. >> jimmy: i like it a lot.
the world series between the long-suffering indians and the even longer-suffering chicago cubs. what a year for the city of cleveland. they host the world series, won an nba title, got to see chachi speak at the republican national convention. incredible. we don't know the outcome of the game but we will by the time you're watching this at home. so just to cover my bases i'd like to say either congratulations or i'm sorry to the cubs or indians on their big victory or devastating loss, whichever that may be. [ ch a this is going to be the highest-rated baseball game in many, many years. people all over are very interested to see the cubs go from being a team that hasn't won a world series in 108 years to being a team that won one time in 1 108 years. which sounds worse but fans in chicago have been on an emotional roller coaster, especially ryan slagle. he was on the local news
dodgers to advance to the world series. the video made the rounds. he's known as crying ryan to everyone he knows. we tracked ryan down, sent him to game five. game seven is in cleveland. right now ryan is in wrigleyville where they're going crazy, sluggers sports bar, ryan how are you doing? [ cheers and applause ] ryan, first of all, what's the score? is there any score yet in the game? >> we're ready to go team's fired up, we're ready to go tonight. >> jimmy: what i want to know is are your friends still making fun of the crying? >> i was a halloween costume so that was good. i have a new dance called the hyperventilate, so that's a real hit. they're currently doing research on a new sports anxiety
zoloft could get you an endorsement deal. do you think you will cry more tonight if the cubs win or lose? >> well, win. because we are going to win. we're already up. >> jimmy: okay, all right. will you be going to work tomorrow? >> i have no idea, really depends how tonight goes. >> jimmy: you may have to call in drunk, all right. [ laughter ] >> love you, jimmy! >> jimmy: good luck to you guys, sluggers in wrigleyville, i know it's thanks, jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that looks like fun. earlier tonight on the cmas, we honored country music's brightest stars with trophies. later on we'll punch those very same stars with an all-country music edition of "mean tweets." first we have a cautionary tale for you. for lovers of both music and affordable furniture, i came across a story recently online about a man from norway.
rstad. he bought a shower stool from ikea. once he got home and sat on it something unpleasant happened. when he sat down, a key part of his body became stuck in one of the holes. i know. it's a hard story to hear. rather than just tell you about it we enlisted the help of a young singer named justin moore who was kind enough to give voice to this terrible tale of a norwegian nut with a very sad sac. >> this here's a story about a tough buy with a big problem. ? ? down in norway town there lived a lad ? ? he went by the name klaus jorstad ? ? took an ikea chair into the shower sat on it about an hour ? ? see the holes and all the love
? no matter how much he'd twist and shout ? ? sha little bitty sucker wouldn't pop out ? ? oh devil stool you are just so cruel ? ? give me back my family jewel you devil stool ? ? klaus said to himself so mad he could spit, i'm in a different kind of ikea ball pit ? ? this school's name should have clued me in testing for ? after the yellow that worked at ikea come up with such a cruel cruel idea ? ? you'd have to be a sadistic soul to make a stool with a nut-sized hole ? ? klaus tried every trick he knew lathered himself tried wd-40 cocoa butter ? ? hoe couldn't pull that nutter right out ?
spout ? ? and klaus well he just up and shrunk and the devil stool freed up his junk ? ? oh devil stool you played me for a fool ? ? but you ain't laving now you devil stool ? ? oh devil stool i'm free from you ? ? damn you straight to hell you devil stool ? >> brought to you by ikea meatballs. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break. when we come back, i have three ridiculous questions for willie nelson, miranda lambert, florida georgia line, dolly parton, chris stapleton and more in an all-country edition of "mean tweets" so stick around!
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when you're raised by a single mom, you learn how important it is to live within your means. i'm colin van ostern, and i took that lesson to my work in business, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to save tax dollars, we'll make new investments without a sales or income tax. to create clean energy jobs, protect affordable health care, and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor, i'll stand up for you. as governor, when all three of these guys show up, they come up with some crazy ideas. sometimes, i just have to say, "no way." so i appreciate it when annie kuster says "no" to cutting social security. she stood up to both parties to protect our benefits.
thanks, annie. i'm annie kuster and i approve this message. book, "pretty paper." a lot of questions are answered in this book. >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: but not these. my first question for you, if you were going to die fighting an animal, what animal would you want it to be? >> a rabbit. >> jimmy: a rabbit? why a rabbit? >> i think i can last longer. >> jimmy: but they kill slowly. >> they do. >> jimmy: imagine being killed by a rabbit. >> yeah, that's not good. >> jimmy: what do you think of
>> jimmy: but not a human? >> well, i don't think so. not for -- no, i wouldn't want a human named that, no. would you? >> jimmy: i don't know, kenneth -- >> you'd want to be swinging a kenneth around all day? no, no. >> jimmy: have you ever used an emoji? >> last night. >> jimmy: you did? >> i think i did. what's it do to you? >> jimmy: i'm guessing the answer is no. well, two emojis. a smiley face. >> crown royal. the answer to all life's ridiculous questions. >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. jessica chastain and music from hunter hayes is on the way. hello to those of you joining us in nashville, tennessee, which as you know was home tonight to the 50th annual cma awards. country music is very important.
the only country we have left. it was a special show tonight. 50 years, celebrating 50 years of cmas. dolly parton received the willie nelson lifetime achievement award which is literally the highest honor you can display on a shelf alongside a bong. [ laughter ] dolly got that, then a special performance tonight from beyonce on the country music awards. which is exciting. and i'll say another thing. between "lemonade," the world series, "the has been an amazing year for baseball bats. bow beyonce dead her song "if you like it you should put a ring of fire on it" or something like that. country music fans are some of the most appreciative and enthusiastic fans of all forms of music. i see it when we have artists on the show. the fans, they're excited, upbeat, they don't steal music, they buy it, a solid group. just like any group of fans there are rotten apples. tonight we invited some of
apples wrote about them and they graciously accepted that offer. it's time for our second all-country music edition of "mean tweets." >> just because you have a beard, a ponytail, and a cowboy hat doesn't mean you can sing. you know how i know? trace adkins. just concerning. >> bonnie raitt lookse many at your mom's birthday party and try to fight your dad. >> randy houser, more like ballooner who's-er. [ bleep ] sucks big dong. huge dong even. that's funny. >> cassadee pope would be 6,000% hotter without that [ bleep ] tattoo. you mean this one? >> that swaggy [ bleep ] 300 says, if you're going crazy over dan and shay, you might as well
#notcountry. >> i'd love to see that. >> wow. >> hey, eat [ bleep ]. i will not listen to your [ bleep ] play list on spotify. >> jane that kramer tries to hard with her texas accent, lol, girl stop. you ain't fooling anyone. i'm sorry, y'all. >> gregor smith is not cute. [ bleep ]. >> in case of a national er be redirected to miranda lambert's forehead. >> the guy from florida georgia line were engineered in a douche factory. right down the road from here, actually. >> i went to jake owen last year and was miserable as [ bleep ]. [ bleep ] super lame. i'm really sorry, @cocaine. >> why does the blond in little big town have hair like a "zoolander" villain?
determined brett eldribble is always drunk. i don't know, maybe he is. i like your mom. >> seems like the kind of guy that would drink bacardi breezers from a water bottle then lie about what it was. okay, maybe. >> looks like jennifer lawre lawrence's less sister. >> you're getting pretty crusty, pal. >> it's not a hooker convention, it's a dolly parton concert. i guess i should feel hurt. but i don't. because i pattern my look after a hooker. >> i think it's safe to say stapleton has an insane pubic hair situation. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. tonight we have a hologram named
cousin sal versus trick-or-treaters, be right back with jessica chastain! >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by green giant. swap in more veggies with new green giant veggie tots. it's endless shrimp at red lobster. with another new flavor you never saw coming... grilled, glazed korean bbq shrimp. and try as much as you want of flavors like new parmesan peppercorn shrimp.
i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. f her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be
unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob... i don't remember! and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. priorities usa action is responsible but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework...
bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you.
>> jimmy: welcome back. the clowns are getting scarier all the time. sl sluggers bar in wrigleyville. welcome back to our post-cma palooza, coming to you live from both hollywood and the cma theater in nashville, tennessee. tonight with this single "yesterday's song" a very special performance by hunter hayes from the crown royal stage. [ cheers and applause ] tonight, hunter hayes will be playing with himself hunter will be playing drums, bass, guitar, keyboard, and singing with the help of four hologram hunter hayeses who are all standing by in his dressing room now. hi, hunters. >> hey, jimmy. >> jimmy: you ready for the show? >> hayes yeah. >> that's a joke we always say. >> jimmy: i can see why you love that one, hilarious. which of you is the real hunter? >> he is! >> he is! >> he is! >>. >> jimmy: all right, that's good.
other. we'll see you later. >> see yeah! >> see ya! >> jimmy: thanks to hologram usa for making all this hologram magic possible. tomorrow jamie dornan, khloe kardashian, nashville's own kings of leon and we have a special bonus edition of our halloween candy youtube challenge so many parents sent so many great videos in late, we had no choice but to go another round so more sugar-fueled tantrums tomorrow night. our first guest is a golden globe-winning actress who helped take down movie bin laden her new movie "miss sloane" comes out in select cities november 5th and opens wide december 9th. please say hello to jessica chastain! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: welcome. how's it going?
creepy guillermo dance. >> jimmy: well, you know -- >> guillermo: hi. >> jimmy: it's a good thing you didn't wear green tonight or you too could have been a part of it. yeah, isn't he cute, though? it is something like -- i'm not sure if it's adorable or -- >> it's not adorable. >> jimmy: it's not adorable? >> no. >> jimmy: you don't like little guillermo? >> it's the hands. the fingers don't move and there's not even five fingers are there? >> jimmy: that's true. >> it's just like weird. >> jimmy: you have such attention to detail. >> imagine those things touching you, it would be like this. >> jimmy: i don't have to imagine, we had a very intimate rehearsal today. [ laughter ] by the way, say hello to nashville, we have an audience watching us in nashville right now. >> hi, nashville. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: have you ever been to nashville? >> i have. i was in memphis which i love -- >> jimmy: that's a different place. >> no, i was in tennessee, i was
nashville. >> jimmy: nashville's a lot of -- you're going to -- is it true you're going to be playing tammy wynette in a movie coming up? [ cheers and applause ] >> i am. >> jimmy: you're going to have to go there. >> yeah. yeah, i'm playing tammy wynette in a movie with josh brolin playing george jones. >> jimmy: oh, he'll be great. that will be good. by the way, that is -- i think when you play a country music star your chance of getting nominated for an oscar multiplies by 140%. >> you think? i'm sure it's the sparkles, righ the music is great. you show another side of yourself as a performer. i think that's a very strong move. >> yeah. >> jimmy: they have an interesting story. well, as i'm sure you know. >> yeah, really interesting story. i read georgette jones' book about growing up with her parents and it's fascinating. it was really rocky, their relationship. >> jimmy: yeah. >> they're like the sid and nancy of the country music world.
whole life. >> jimmy: then they sang apart as well. >> i know. >> jimmy: are you a baseball fact that? are you aware of of what's going on with the cubs and indians? >> someone told me backstage that the world series is happening? >> jimmy: it is. >> yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so the answer to that question is no. >> i'm glad -- i did play little league when i was a little kid. >> jimmy: what position? >> shortstop. >> jimmy: well, you must have been -- that's usually the best player plays shortstop. >> i always wanted to play -- i was definitely not the best player. i wanted to my dad coached the team. >> jimmy: ah, that explains why you played shortstop. >> yeah. but then i was terrible at baseball. so i would always get demoted to the outfield. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> and they just kind of doing whatever while the ball would land and people would say, run, run! >> jimmy: even the terminology you're using explains -- [ laughter ] >> am i saying something wrong? >> jimmy: the ball doesn't land. it doesn't have a pilot.
i'd be up to bat, you know -- >> jimmy: let's see your batting stance. give us a little bit of it. [ cheers and applause ] >> like this. >> jimmy: pretty good. that's pretty good. yeah, you keep your elbow up. >> follow the thumb. >> jimmy: all right, yeah, all right. that was pretty good. not bad at all. >> all right. so i would hit the ball and i would just try to get home as fast as i can. so even if the ball went straight to the pitcher i would just run all bases. >> jimmy: you would not stop? >> no. i wouldn't stop. all the parents in the stands would be screaming, stop on first, stop, stop, stop! i'm like, i got this! >> jimmy: you were an aggressive player. kind of a pete rose type really. >> no idea who that is. >> jimmy: really? no idea? >> pete rose? [ cheers and applause ] >> the last time you were here, you brought this fruit. i forget what it was called. >> durien.
>> jimmy: the king of fruit. this fruit smelled so bad. it's like an asian delicacy, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that we were instructed to wear gloves before touching it because the smell, until you die, the smell will not come off your hands. >> i normally eat it without gloves but i wanted to protect your delicacy, your sensitivity. >> jimmy: right, yeah. i am a delicate little flower, yeah. >> a delicate little flower. you didn't seem to like it that day. >> jimmy: it smellede because it became a big deal online. seems like mostly in other countries, people were very excited that we ate their fruit. >> yes. they're very proud of this fruit. it's a delicious -- i'm sorry, jimmy, it's a delicious fruit. >> jimmy: do you have it still regularly? >> i have it in the dressing room. >> jimmy: you did not. >> no, every time i can get ahold of it i eat it, it's delicious. >> jimmy: you described it as it smelled like a corpse, right? >> yeah. well, it smells like -- it's
avocado, pineapple, garlic, custard -- >> jimmy: the taste was better than the smell for sure. >> really. >> jimmy: you're a vegan so you don't eat -- when did this happen to you? >> there's one vegan in the audience. >> jimmy: there are a lot of vegans in the the audience. they're too weak to clap. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how did it happen that you became a vegan? drinking coffee all day. someone said, try to eat healthy. >> jimmy: this was as an adult? it wasn't like you were a kid? >> no, ten years i've been vegan. >> jimmy: you don't miss it? do you miss meats at all? >> no, not at all. sometimes if i see like a do domino's pizza, oh, i would love a piece. but there's delicious vegan pizza. >> jimmy: what about at thanksgiving when the turkey comes out? do you feel like, oh, i wish i could have some of that? >> never. >> jimmy: never?
things. like yams and green beans. >> jimmy: yams, huh? [ laughter ] >> potatoes. >> jimmy: wow. you're making the most of a very sad situation. [ laughter ] when we come back we'll see a clip from your new movie. jessica chastain is here. we'll be right back! >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by new crown royal vanilla whiskey. vanilla so good. it's time to snap out of it. hello moto. snap on a jbl speaker. a projector. a camera that actually zooms. it's a phone you can change again and again and again. hello moto. get excited world. moto is here. the new moto z with motomods. buy one moto z droid, get one free. only on verizon. discover card. i'm not a customer,
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