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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- billy crystal. from "how to get away with murder," alfred enoch. this week in unnecessary censorship. and music from jeezy featuring french montana. now, stay right where you ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody. welcome. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of this ho show.
very special holiday. today is national unfriend day, ak a aka nud. we started back in 2010. we try to encourage those of you on facebook to decide which of your facebook friends are actually friends and eliminate those who don't make the cut. my mission is to simplify your life and to bring meaning back to the word "friend," whi also i like saying the word "nud." in is the social media equivalent of cleaning out your fridge. that guy who sat behind you in freshman biology class who keeps posting about his 5-k, he's a container of old beans. throw him out today. that woman from accounting who posted 30 pictures the of her bird today, she's a tub of cream
co-worker, neighbor, every lady from church who you don't know who has ever annoyed you. i won't be happy until you log into facebook and see a blank white screen, and that's the goal. today is not the day to make friends. [ applause ] not only is today not the day to make friend, i don't even want you to watch the show "friends" today. today is the day to unfriend. you don't are to stop at facebook. feel free to unfriend people in real life, to are actually friends with. just imagine the next time you see one of your friend, you'll actually have something to talk about. you'll be surprised by her new haircut or her relationship status will be unknown. maybe you'll even want the see photos of her vacation. probably not. but maybe. give it a try. i ask people on my facebook page today to tell me who they're unfriending and why they will be unfriending them. and we got a lot of responses. thousands of them. and like this one from can deed
toes, yuck. that's a classic. start with them. [ laughter ] anybody who has ever done that. from destin, i'm unfriending my mom because every time i post something i get a phone call asking what it means. mom is out. i'll be unfriending all of those who show off what their husband and boyfriend bought them and start their post like shout out to this amazing guy that just bought me this new purse. like stfu. stfu. il means? >> no. >> jimmy: all right. this is from rick. let's delete all friends that start a status with that moment when. definitely. mark writes anybody who uses the term butthurt, #fmattdamon. unfriend people who like pineapple pizza.
for funeral selfies. not even joking. if your friends are dead, unfriend them, too. go on your phone right now and do it. nud it up tonight. you'll be happy you did. while on the topic of social media, a new thing that's spreading quickly. if you haven't heard of it yet, you'll have heard of it tomorrow. the trump is coming challenge. all you do is neeksneak up on a group of people and yell, trump is >> trump is coming! >> trump is coming! >> jimmy: it's very simple. melania does the same thing when she hears him coming home at night. donald trump today had his first official meeting with a foreign leader as president-elect. he met with japanese prime minister shinzo abe in new york.
a rocky start. trump asked the prim if he could teach him how to do the crane kick from "karate kid." this is interesting, a top adviser to the prime minister of japan did an interview with reuters. i've been meeting with very distinguished senators and congressmen and they unanimously told me that we don't are to take each word that mr. trump said publicly literally. they said that unanimously? unanimously they the united states -- like he's a drunk uncle making a toast at a wedding. [ applause ] what our president says as kind of a riddle that no one can ever solve. [ laughter ] meanwhile, washington, d.c., the vice president joe biden had lunch with vp-elect mike pence. their spouses were with them. after ward reporters shouted questions at them from across the street. >> are you smiling right now
pence? >> no, i'm not. look, is he going to block you there? >> are you worried he will find out you don't like him? he can probably hear you. >> no, i'm not worried about it. >> finally some honesty in washington. mike pence is very busy right now leading the trump transition team. they have to hire a lot of people in a short period of time. and there were a couple of surprising names on the list. one of those is former texas governor rick perry who is re be secretary of energy, which is especially amusing to those who remember this, as you may recall during the 2012 campaign. he famously forgot the department of energy during a debate. >> you can't name the third one? >> the third agency of government, i would do away with education, the -- commerce and, let's see. i can't. the third one i can't.
oops. >> jimmy: so not only did he forget the department of energy he forget it in a list of departments he would want to eliminate. in other words, he's being considered to run an agency he does not believe should exist. it's like putting voldemort in charge of hogwarts. [ applause ] but it does happen, don't be surprised if he does get the job. no american has ever served as energy secretary in same year "dancing with the stars." the other guy i can't believe is being considered is mitt romney who is meeting with donald trump this weekend reportedly to talk about becoming secretary of state. mitt romney didn't even vote for donald trump. he came on our show once specifically to tell people not to vote for donald trump, and now he's meeting with him about a cabinet position. he's planning to wear his most apologetic dockers, from what i understand. [ laughter ] remember they said trump is
turns out he was just keeping it so he could offer them all jobs afterwards. maybe trump is just screwing with them. maybe he just wants them to come to the office and say, mitt, you're fired. fired from what? doesn't matter. get lost. [ applause ] meanwhile, hillary clinton was in our nation's capital last night. she was honored and she confessed there were times in the curl up and never leave the house again. that's where bill stepped in and said, oh, yes, she will. at the end of the speech, clinton said america is still the greatest country in the world and then she got on a plane and flew to sweden where she will live out her remaining days on earth. donald trump -- it was report today that donald trump is planning a victory tour of the states he won. he's planning on holding a series of rallies starting some time after thanksgiving. maybe this is where he reveals
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: back on the show billy crystal. music from jeezy featuring french montana is on the way. yesterday "forbes" released their list of the highest paid reality tv stars. i think they do this just to make us mad. the top spot goes to kim kardashian west who took home $51 million this year. not only that, the kardashian jenners as a group made a combined $122 million this year.
turns out there's not. [ laughter ] [ applause ] meanwhile, the second richest reality show family, the robertsons of duck dynasty have announced that this upcoming season will be the last of duck dynasty. i guess it will be too hard for them to keep doing the show once donald trump appoints them all to the supreme court. duck dynasty, it's surprising because just a couple of years ago this show was a huge hit. at one time one of biggest shows on television, but their core audience dipped when phil robertson, the woman. and it turned some people off. so this will be it. maybe i'm confusing it with another show. i don't know. [ laughter ] it's hard to believe that a show about a family that makes expensive kazoos won't be back for a 12th season. by the way, i'm not great at math, but duck dines ay has been on for 11 seasons, they've done 14 seasons a year?
[ laughter ] [ applause ] no survivors. okay. back to our program tonight. i didn't mean to get off track. national unfriend day. we received many, many facebook messages from people sharing their courageous stories. amy told us i'm already down to 66 people. i don't know if i can afford to unfriend anyone else. you know what, amy, you have to ask yourself this question, can you afford not to unfriend anyone else? please, give us just six more. this is sounds like an acid reflux medication. i'm unfriending people who lie about how awesome their spouse is every five minutes. i don't trust people like that. i don't either. ricky says one guy every year, one guy does a daily birthday countdown two months before his birthday. okay. unless that guy's name is jesus, he is unfriended. [ applause ] this is from heather.
conversations under my post and answering questions that are directed to me. good. your mother isn't your friend. rebecca writes unfriending my kids because, frankly, they don't need to know which glass of wine i'm on. go talk to your snapchat, instagram friends. that's right, punks. finally i'll be deleting my landlord. the jerk keeps posting lease violations on my profile. right. good, yes, unfriend your landlord. unfriend you know, national unfriend day is a day of empowerment but also a day of reflection. what that said it's time to take a look at all the facebook faces who are no longer our friends as of today. ?
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never mind. good-bye all. and good riddance to you. all right. it is thursday night, oh, yeah, there's a lot of uncertainty in this country right now. but one custom i'd rather uphold is our weekly tradition of bleeping and blurring the big television moments of the week whether they need it or not. it is this week in unnecessary censorship. [ cheers and applause ] >> at the same time my father if he needs to be a [ bleep ] he can be a [ bleep ] and i think this country quite >> [ bleep ] you. [ bleep ] you. [ bleep ] you. >> there will also be no [ bleep ] tonight. at least not by me. i don't know about usher. >> college graduates are drowning in [ bleep ]. >> we couldn't keep our eyes off katy perry's [ bleep ]. >> what's on your mind right now? what's going through it? >> is football not the greatest
on the fox news channel are bill riley and -- i'm right in between them. >> happy thanksgiving my friend. >> what the [ bleep ]? >> i love black [ bleep ]. i love it. >> a lot of people do. >> can you imagine [ bleep ] a wild tiger inside your family home? >> forget the hair falling out. how does your [ bleep ] not fall off? i don't get it. >> my name is sponge bob squarepants. i work at a i love [ bleep ] and i'm very good at it. >> jimmy: we have music from jeezy and french montana. from "how to get away with murder," alfred enoch is here. i'll be right back with billy crystal. [ cheers and applause ] are we on? ahem.
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i did a little bit of research today. turns out french mont is is not hannah montana's brother as i was told. next week before we head off to fight with our families, we'll be joined by shia labeouf, anna camp, and we'll have music from green day. and tuesday night our second annual red special to raise awareness for the fight against aids, live in-studio with bono, julia roberts, channing tatum, kristen bell, dj khaled, neil patrick harris, halsey, and the killers, too. that is tuesday night. cause. so please join us for all that. our first guest tonight is an emmy and tony award winner and nine-time oscar host with a new comedy tour called "spend the night with billy crystal" starting january 21st at the arsht center in miami. please welcome the billy against all others -- i [ bleep ] that up. the word arsht just sent me on a -- [ laughter ]
[ cheers and applause ] you think i'd be better at this by now. >> you had a little tongue twist. >> jimmy: i did. arsht really got me. >> it sounds like a jewish soup. doesn' have you had the arsht? or i have a pain in my arsht. >> jimmy: i care for the borscht. >> if i could unfriend somebody -- >> jimmy: who would it be? >> rudy giuliani. every shot of him on the campaign was this. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you're 100% right. >> i don't know what happened to
but he got nuts. >> jimmy: he seems like he got really, really mad at some point. >> yeah. there may be some rottweiler blood in his past. if you do that dna test, maybe -- >> jimmy: i do want to ask you about a photograph. now, giuliani is in this photograph. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: we have rudy there. he kind of has that look but a happy version of it on his face. donald trump. >> who? oh, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: michael bloomberg. president i assume you're playing golf together or it's a weird costume party. [ laughter ] >> this was when trump was a democrat and pro life and for the war. >> jimmy: what happened during that round of golf? >> i don't know. it was a big charity function that joe does every year. and mr. trump used to -- president-elect trump -- i
no, no. listen, sincerely, we have to -- we all -- we're in this together. and we all have to do the best. we are americans. we have to do the best we can. and we will because that's who we are. >> jimmy: and what choice do we have anyway? >> yeah. and i -- i just really don't want to -- i don't want to. this is scary. >> jimmy: did you play against him? >> yes, no, we tournament. we were a fivesome, which sounds terrible. but it was a fantastic fivesome. it was an amazing fivesome. a very smooth fivesome. and it's right near where president clinton lives in chappaqua. so he knows the golf course perfectly. so the three of us were together. joe torre and i and president clinton for the round. as soon as we start at the first tee, president clinton knows the course and he starts telling us,
what you want to do here is just lay up, hit a 3 wood. that's what you want to do here. every hole. now, what you want to do here, what you want to do here. by the fourth hole, you wanted to hit him with your putter. [ laughter ] what you got to do here, what you got to do, what you got to do here. so now we finish the first nine, and we're all of us a certain age, so we're in the men's room at the turn. >> jimmy: right. >> it's guy. joe's at the urinal. and i start behind him saying, what you want to do here -- [ laughter ] [ applause ] is just relax, joe, because you know, elvis died straining his stool. i don't know if you knew that. in the middle of this, clinton walks in. oh, yeah. >> jimmy: uh-oh. >> and it was like you know when you're in high school and you're smoking a cigarette and the teacher came in and you hear that sound.
i don't think he heard me but the next week i was audited. so something may have happened. >> jimmy: you are about to start another comedy tour. >> yes. >> jimmy: you're starting it in miami. i butcher the name of the venue. but how do you decide where you're going to go when you pick 30 city, how do you pick the cities? >> well, warm. >> jimmy: based on -- >> it's january. >> jimmy: climate? >> so, yeah, i'm not going to be in the middle of south dakota in january. so we picked florida >> because it's a key state. >> jimmy: it's a swing state. >> it could determine the whole tour. [ laughter ] and i had toured there with 700 sundays. i had big success in palm beach. we'll do sarasota and clearwater. >> jimmy: will this be a traditional stand-up show? >> no, it's sort of like this. >> jimmy: okay.
it was unbelievable satisfying. >> jimmy: wow, six weeks in australia. >> yeah, they're phenomenal audiences. just the greatest. >> jimmy: how are they different than american audiences? >> they listen. they don't use cell phones. >> jimmy: for real? >> not once, not once in the six cities we were in three or four shows in each city was there a cell phone, that silly glow on somebody's face when you know they're not listening to you. jimmy, it was so great. i've done two years on broadway things. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> when i'm doing my show, i'm on stage and this woman in the third row is just -- you know, not even looking at me. so i start playing the show to her. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> everything just to her. and then she takes a call. and now she's on the phone. i'm looking at her. and she goes, i have to get awe, he -- off, he's looking at me. and in west palm beach where we're going to be there's a red light going on in the back of
i think someone's pirating the show, someone's videotaping the show. it throws you off. i go to the stage manager, i go somebody back of the house is taping the show. so get him and find out what it is. so i'm in my dressing room. a cop comes down with stage manager. was i right? did you get him? no, it's his life support system. [ laughter ] he's in bad shape, though, he's in a true story. so i said, can't you put some tape over the red light? so i don't see it? he said, no, no, then the nurse will think he's dead. we got to keep -- >> jimmy: billy crystal is here. more of billy when we come back. [ applause ] [vo] how to go live if you're not outdoorsy, but sometimes you find yourself outdoors. sure, you're inside right now
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>> jimmy: oh, she's great. >> she's great. and she's funny and smart. and i'm thrilled. the show is very loose. she takes me through moments in my life, my career. it's very improvised and funny. i stand and i'm up on my feet about 85, 90% of the time. but the audiences in australia found that they liked it better than a concert, typical concert show because it was more intimate. they felt like they were sitting at a table. >> jimmy: with the >> and it was great. and we show clips. >> jimmy: funny for bonnie after night 25 of interviewing you. do you have any questions for me? >> we go back and forth. >> jimmy: you do? >> it will be great. >> jimmy: i want to ask you about this amazing photograph. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: this was taken where? >> in sydat sydney at a chinese restaurant called the golden century. this is not a friend of mine.
>> jimmy: how did you decide who got the eat who? >> well, i left that up to him. you know, they fish in waters off, you know, down in new zealand. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so everything's big. >> jimmy: everything's big and deadly. >> oh, there's incredible scary things there. >> jimmy: yeah. >> they have nine of the most venomous snakes and the most lethal might be rupert murdoch. [ laughter ] so it's a scary but the most fabulous people. we were in every city there. and they were great audiences and the food is amazing. >> jimmy: sounds like you're ready to move to australia. >> it was really weird because i was there during the conventions. >> jimmy: oh, you were? so was everyone asking you what's going on? >> what's happening there, what's going on there? and then, you know, they saw coverage of open carry, people with guns. >> jimmy: they don't do that
>> jimmy: i would think if any place had that besides us, it would be australia. >> they're the most peaceful loving people. >> jimmy: they have so many snakes, they should be carrying guns. >> but they also have mandatory voting. you have to vote. we had 46% of our population did not vote. >> jimmy: i know. it's terrible. but it was great. so i started -- i have a little cold. sometimes you stumble into funny things. >> jimmy: yeah. >> all right. i woke up this morning and i was really nasal. i had an 6:30 in the morning. when i got on the phone, i said, i sound like david gergen. this would be the oddest imitation of all time. >> jimmy: okay, all right. >> but i saw him for months on cnn. he's probably the smartest of all people who cover everything. hillary clinton has to make up her mind [ laughter ] i mean, she has to make that speech of her life tonight. i believe that she will do that. secretary clinton is a very
people. and i believe this could be the time of her life. >> jimmy: that's good. that's very good. [ cheers and applause ] >> now, only about 800 people got it, but they loved it. >> then i bit my lip this morning. i was talking out the side of my mouth. oh, my god, i sound like david axelrod. and i'm not coming out and being like david frey or anything. but the democrats need a consensus of who they want to be. >> jimmy: that's very good, yeah. i feelik election. >> i'm done. that's it. >> jimmy: what are you doing for thanksgiving? >> they're all coming. >> jimmy: the whole family's coming? >> yeah. 30 of them. >> jimmy: 30 of them. will you cook? >> yeah, we do everything. we make the key things. >> jimmy: do you personally make any of the key things, like the turkey? >> no. i carve. >> jimmy: you carve? that's important. >> yeah. >> jimmy: are you a good carver? >> yes, i'm a very good carver. >> jimmy: what's your strategy when you carve the turkey? >> anything goes.
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jeezy and french montana. earlier tonight our next guest was found dead under a sheet on tv. he has made a miraculous recovery to be here tonight. from "how to get away with murder," please welcome the newly unemployed alfred enoch. i have to tell you, you know, they kept me in the dark as to who our guest would be tonight. >> really? >> jimmy: today they told me it would be you. i can't believe you're the one they killed on the show. were you shocked by that?
going to be unemployed. that's part of it. >> jimmy: now i'm just remembering that you're english. you are. >> this is nice. i get to be honest now. >> jimmy: do you pretend to be an american? >> all the time. i go deep under cover. >> jimmy: besides the shows you mean? >> besides the show. >> jimmy: where do you do this? >> even when i went back to england. it was strange. >> jimmy: why would you do that? >> i was only back for t because i'm not very good at it. >> jimmy: you can refresh. >> and then it's gone. >> jimmy: i remember being very surprised when i met you and you spoke like this. >> that's great. i fooled a nice australian lady last time i was back. i was with my girlfriend in cornwall. and there was this australian lady sitting a couple of seats away who lent over and said, i think we're the other than foreigners in here.
>> jimmy: so the fact that you're a compulsive liar the reason they killed you on the show? do you think that had anything to do with it? >> it made my continued employment unsustainable. >> jimmy: how do they tell you and how do they handle it? >> it was bizarre, right? because we knew someone was going to die from the beginning of the season. we're all hypothesizing who is it going to be, who will survive and who is not going to survive. and asia very nicely -- well, no tried to convince me it couldn't possibly be wes. no, no, for this reason it couldn't be him. oh, great, so i'm safe. then i got a call from pete nowak, the chair runner's assistant, could you come in and meet pete? oh, okay. that was in the a normal occurrence. she sounded a bit sad on the voice mail. >> jimmy: then did pete come right out with it or how does he tell you? >> not at all.
office, i think i know where this is going. >> jimmy: you said that to pete? >> no, no, i said i didn't. i thought that would be forcing issue. >> jimmy: got you, yes. >> trying to be a good employee in case he changes his minded. hi, pete, how is it going? put a smile on. >> jimmy: pete, just put a down payment on the house. so excited, really, you know? . that's the kind of thing where were you when i needed you? >> jimmy: was pete you? >> he was. it took about 15 minutes until we got to it. all that time i was thinking, you're not making this easy for yourself, pete. just rip off the band-aid. >> jimmy: yeah, right. just come out with it. >> just come out with it. >> jimmy: after he told you, did you go right out and tell the rest of the cast? >> i did. >> jimmy: don't worry, you guys are all okay. >> good news, everyone. you're safe. it's me. i took the fall.
show. because every week you find out someone is safe or seems to be safe, then they say, well, we're not sure where in time we are. >> jimmy: that's the thing about the show. there's so many flashbacks, i presume you will still be on the show even though you're dead on the show. >> right. >> jimmy: this season when they tried to figure out who killed you, by the way, just tell us who killed you because screw them. they fired you. right? [ applause ] >> you know what? i've been trying toeh months because i thought, well, i'm a desperate man, i'm a man with nothing to lose. >> jimmy: yeah, right. you were a danger to everyone at abc right now. and you got the use that power for evil. >> no. you would have kept me in my job, now i think you're going to lose me the next five. >> jimmy: listen, you take them as they come and you go as they go. i just made that up. i'll have needlepointed on to something for you. >> i like it. i'll wear it forever in my
rest of this season? >> i will. because we've got to find out what happened to wes. >> jimmy: right. well, i'm sorry you got killed on the show, but it's good that you're still on it. [ applause ] i'm trying to see the silver lining here. >> that's it. >> jimmy: albert enoch, everybody. "how to get away with murder" returns january 19th . we'll be back with jeezy and french montana. >> dickyth concert series is brought to you by the dick's sporting goods foundation. go to "sports-matter-dot-org" to
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