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give a special welcome to those of you who are here on your way to comic-con in san diego, which started today. comic-con as you know is the world's largest gathering of adults wearing onesies and the reason your i.t. guy didn't answer his phone today. [ laughter ] they're expecting a number of big movie trailers like "justice league" and maybe "aqua man." maybe the avengers will be unveiled there this week. trailers used to be something you had to sit through before the movie you wanted to see started. now because of comic-con, people sit on the sidewalk in storm trooper outfits to see them. [ laughter ] fans are especially excited this year about the announcement that for the first time ever a woman will play dr. who. [ cheers and applause ] dr. who by the way happens to be the name of the new republican health care plan. [ laughter ] that was a big story of the day from washington. today, the nonpartisan congressional budget office, the
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cbo estimated if obamacare is repealed under the bill proposed by the senate last week 32 million people by 2026, 32 million people would be uninsured. premiums would double and three quarters of americans would have no insurers participating in individual markets in areas where they live. so good job, guys. you know, remember that episode of "the sopranos" when tony took over the sporting goods store? the owner of the store owed him money from gambling so he bought all kinds of stuff on the guy's credit and then he turned around and just sell it out the back door and pocket all the money. that's what's happening to our country right now. it comes in and it goes right out. 32 million. that's almost as many as trump thinks were at his inauguration. [ laughter ] so this is -- but more than anything -- [ cheers and applause ] he just seems to want obamacare gone. last-ditch effort to kill it today. he invited all the republican senators to lunch at the white house.
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he tweeted, the republicans never discussed how good their health care bill is, and it will get even better at lunch time. the dems scream death as o care dies. he wants to replace o care with no care. [ laughter ] and this is some lunch. he threatened a senator from nevada, dean heller, who had the good sense to oppose this terrible plan. he told everyone not to go home for break before they get it done. it's almost like when arya gave everyone the wine saturday on "game of thrones." even though the president doesn't drink wine, we did slow him down to have speed for today's obamacare edition of "drunk donald trump." [ speaking very slowly ] >> obamacare was a big lie. you can keep your doctor. lie. [ laughter ] you can keep your plan. lie. [ laughter ] it's a lie directly from the
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president. you can keep your doctor, you can keep your plan, 28 times he said it. 28 times. and it was a lie and he knew it was. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: okay.. the russians are worried that fidget spinners are a western plot to zombiefy their children. ipads are our plan to zombiefy their children. fidgets just give them something to do while they're charging. [ laughter ] they see these spinners as a corrupting form of influence. listen. this is russia. if you want to see things spin,
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drink vodka like all the other kids. [ laughter ] meanwhile, while russia's worried about fidget spinners we are worried about russia. we learned yesterday trump had a second undisclosed conversation with vladimir putin during a dinner for world leaders at the g20. he reportedly went over to putin. they spoke through putin's translator for about an hour and then trump left the dinner four minutes after putin left. like two horny passengers hook up in the bathroom of an airplane. [ applause ] there were no american officials present. it was just putin, his translator, donald trump and a giant piece of cake in his mouth. somebody noticed something in the video -- there was some video 69 dinner. look at the bottom left corner. you can see trump motioning to putin. he points at him. it's like you and me -- [ cheers and applause ] hold on. what in the world? it looks like someone is ready to create some jobs, i guess. [ cheers and applause ]
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trump supporters passionately defend everything he does. so today we went out on the street, we asked people who claimed to be on team trump about the president's meeting with putin. since we don't know what they talked about, we made some things up for a new and putin credible lie witness news. >> what do you think trump meant when he asked putin how much it will take to win 2020? >> that's a difficult one. by i mean i think he's just saying do -- it's a hard job but he can make it work. >> what do you think about president trump saying to vladimir putin in the meeting, quote, i don't know how to run a country but you do. please help. >> i any he's going to ask for advice when you need help. >> what do you think about president trump announcing the, quote, tiffany trade agreement. where he'll give vladimir putin tiffany in exchange for 2020? >> i have not been listening to the news today.
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but if trump said it, it's okay with me. >> why do you think trump handed vladimir putin that briefcase full of $300 million during that private meeting? >> that's a lot of money. i will say. there could be a lot of reasons for that. but some we might know, some we might not. time will tell of what happens with that. >> do you think it is a good reason? >> i think it probably is. i think there's probably some benefit to it. overall, the benefit is probably good. >> what do you think trump meant when he said the benefit of this 300 million will be 2020? >> probably meaning like an eye for an eye kind of a deal. i'm thinking. >> or an election for some money. >> yeah. or something. i mean -- [ laughter ] yeah. probably. >> what do you think of reports that putin and trump in their secret meeting discussed whether or not a woman has what it takes to be president? >> well, i mean, i personally myself, equal rights for everyone. but i really, i don't see a woman as president. i voted for trump. >> what do you think of that
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amazing moment when trump high-fived vladimir putin and said "collusion"? >> collusion -- it happens, you know. [ laughter ] >> what do you think about president trump agreeing to give putin the nuclear codes if putin gave us the nuclear codes? >> i think president trump is surrounded by great people and he has been schooled in how to handle things. >> is there anything president trump could do that would sway you in any way and make you support him less? >> make me support him less? >> yes. >> no, ma'am. >> what do you think about the news that president trump accidentally shot a man on fifth avenue in 1985? >> i mean, who was it? >> just a guy. >> trying to think of the name right now and i can't right now. the old dove situation, back in bush years. same thing happened to him. the old quail shooting. i can't remember the vice president. i can't remember his name right
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now. you know what i'm talking about. yeah, that's correct guy. >> so it's excusable. >> it can happen. accidents happen. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: when we come back from the break, we'll meet a family who has, their roof was mysteriously pelted by 15 pounds of pork in the middle of the night. and yes, they do live in florida. so stick around. we'll be right back. >> dicky: abc's "jimmy kimmel live," brought to you by t-mobile. [man] we're campers. look at us. look at us. it's so nice to get out of the city. it's so... quiet. is it, too quiet? it's awful. yeah.
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music from the revivalists. this is a story of a family who got a strange delivery during the middle of the night. >> robert sadear and his family were shaken out of bed by a loud thud on their roof early saturday morning. >> the next morning we got up and found two packages of sausage on our side yard. and then we were like, we have to go on the roof and check and see if we find more of this stuff. sure enough, there was three more packages. >> frozen italian pork sausages. 15 pounds of it. >> jimmy: obviously i had to get back to the bottom of this. we tracked the family down. joining us now from deerfield beach. say hello to the adair family. hi, guys. thank you for doing this. [ applause ] so tell us what happened. just start from the beginning. >> well, our dogs sometimes want to go out at night and they did that night. so i got up and let them out around 4:00 a.m.
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and i let them back in. and i wasn't quite asleep yet. and this crashing sound came on our roof. it was like louder than thunder. like a satellite or something had hit our roof, or a meteorite or something like that. >> jimmy: it was a meteor all right. >> that's what it sounded like. it was really loud. i got up and the dogs went crazy. my husband got up. >> so i went outside to look out the front door. i saw nothing so i just was somewhat perplexed. i went back in the house and forgot about it until the next day. to the side of the house. >> jimmy: is it possible the dogs made a wish and it came true? >> that's one possibility. >> jimmy: what did you do with
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the sausage? >> well, i didn't want to eat it considering the delivery method, i was a little skeptical about that. they talked me out of it. >> i definitely convinced him not to eat that stuff. >> jimmy: i would definitely have eaten it. i would have found it and thought it was a gift from god. it would be rude to reject it. are you sure -- now, it's not possible this is some kind of like strange mafia threat or anything? >> that's what i thought actually. maybe it was like a cover-up for a drug deal or something. because the packages looked similar like i've seen on tv. drugs look packaged. >> a lot of what we've been getting from people is people think it's a body. >> jimmy: it is a body. just not of a person, i hope anyway. [ laughter ] >> well, yeah. >> jimmy: what is your theory if you had to guess what happened, what do you think happened? >> well, i don't know. we've tossed a lot of things around. you've got your planes and your sausage throwing machines.
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i think north korean sausages. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so we actually did some research, and we've solved part of the mystery. not the whole thing. but this is one of the pictures you took. it says fussel on it. this is from fussel meats in arcadia, for fluor, which is about 150 miles northwest of you. we spoke to the owner of fussel meats. his name is jimmy. he personally packaged the meat in january for a guy named jimbo williams, who is the owner of williams land service, which is 20 miles from arcadia. we also spoke to jimbo. he remembers picking the meet up from fussel but has no idea how it got on your roof. it was six months ago. he did say he would drive over there with more meat if you want to have a cookout or something. >> we're ready. let's do it.
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[ applause ] >> jimmy: have you spoken to the faa? or anything like that? did you call like the local -- do you have planes flying over your house in general? >> well, just the normal pattern. >> not at night like usually not. >> jimmy: do you know that saying, when pigs fly? maybe that's what happened. >> that's the closest i'll ever come. >> jimmy: and do you all live in the house? are you fearing for your safety or your lives? anything like that? >> i'll be looking up a lot more nowadays. i'll tell you that. >> jimmy: well, thank you for sharing this unbelievable story. if you find out what happened, will you let us know? or if we find out what happened, sounds like more likely we'll let you know. something let somebody know, okay? and have fun at that barbecue with jimbo also. [ cheers and applause ] all right.
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>> jimmy: hi there. welcome back. tonight, from the movie "girls trip" tiffany haddish is here. then, their latest album is called "men amongst mountains," the revivalists from the mercedes-benz stage. i love this band. i'm going to tell you something. the song they're going to do tonight is my official summer jam. do you have a summer jam? you don't have one yet? do you want me to help you find one? >> yeah. >> jimmy: we'll work on it after
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the show. tomorrow night, the president of the ufc dana white will join us, tj miller will be here and we'll have music from run the jewels. nearly a decade ago our first guest kick-started the marvel universe when he directed the first iron man movie. but now, sadly, he's been forced to drive peter parker and tony stark around. he plays happy hogan in "spider-man: homecoming" please welcome jon favreau. [ cheers and applause ] very good to see you. i'm sure you get this a lot and i hate to start with a pitch but
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i have a great idea for a movie. it's about a family whose house gets hit by sausage. and i think you're the guy to bring it to life. it has rained sausage down and maybe some peppers will come tonight. very good to see you. how is everything going? >> everything is great. that you know spiderman homecoming is out. >> jimmy: it's a great movie. >> working now on lion king which is coming out in two years. >> jimmy: some members of our staff including guillermo were temperature disney convention last weekend. >> d-23. jrmt >> jimmy: d-23 last weekend. they said they were there the whole time. by far the biggest reaction of anything was your, you showed a little. >> we showed a little clip of it. it happens every two years. it is like comic-con that's coming up this weekend except it is only disney stuff. it is only once every two years
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so we knew it was the last chance to show it to people before it came out. so we hustled. it was a two-minute piece and it was the circle of life. and showed everybody what the movie was going to look like-x it's very fun. >> it's cgi? and you're very good with that. >> i'm learning. i finally figured it out after "jungle book" so now we're having a really good time. actually i have a challenge coin. i don't know if you remember. you gave me one. >> jimmy: i have it on my night stand. >> here's a lion king one. >> jimmy: oh, thank you very much. for my challenge coin. i sxep the challenge. [ applause ] that's pretty awesome. i was mentioning in your intro, the fact this whole thing started with, i remember when you were working on that "iron man" movie. you had the drawings of iron man and what he would look like. and it has become this big unbelievable universe of everything. >> they showed, they have a whole thing where they showed the ten-year anniversary and
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they show clips from all the movies. and there at the beginning robert downey shooting the r.t. we had no idea it would turn out like this. we were hoping people would see that movie. everybody was saying super hero movies are over. and robert downey was not necessarily a proven box office -- >> jimmy: right. at that time. >> and we were having a good time. trying to make ourselves laugh and trying to make a cool movie. and then between that film and everything that kevin feigen, everybody else was able to do, all the other great directors, james gun, guardians, they keep building on it. i'm really proud. i go like a proud grandfather. >> jimmy: grandpa john. >> everybody treats you really nice. so fun to be part of that whole family. >> jimmy: it seems like they should give you 5% of marvel or something. at least 2% of disney. >> i'm going to have you negotiate for me next time.
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>> jimmy: i will be happy to use my magic coin to hypnotize them. you went to the school that the school peter parker went to was based on. >> right. they based it on the bronx high school of science. a great high school in new york. you had to take a test to go there. smart kids from all over the city and it is pretty close to what they -- how they depicted it. i think there they call it's midtown school of science or something. but i know that tom holland went to bronx science to do research. >> jimmy: did you live in the bronx? >> i lived in queens like spiderman. swiderman's a big deal to me. >> yeah. >> it was a bit of a geek school. at the time wasn't as cool to be a geek and i was in the geek school. i would play dungeons and dragons. even the geeks considered you a geek. >> jimmy: i delved into that myself. >> you dabltbled?
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what was your character? >> jimmy: i didn't have a character but i liked to draw. the guys would make me come and sit there and draw all their characters for them. what was your character? >> i had a hobbit, a halfling. i just heard a sound of a million televisions turning the channel. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: women saying "good night, honey, i'm going to bed." >> jimmy: dungeons and dragons, so crazy. you sit there just rolling dice. >> it was really good preparation for -- >> gambling. >> that too. that and it gave me a lot of time to think about what it would be like the date eventually. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: another fantasy sequence. >> it did help me when you're making worlds, even though a super hero movie or dealing with
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cgi and even filmmaking between that and the xherns i gexperien from being in chicago -- >> jimmy: you really feel like that gave you a baseline? >> it did. you're putting on a show. you're setting something up or improvising as different characters in the game. or you're on stage and taking suggestions and trying to make a scene come together. you learn timing. now we're doing lion king. we're literally in vr making this movie. there's no audience, no people around. there's not even like a full crew. you have to rely on your instincts that are developed over -- >> jimmy: and just imagine the reaction. >> you do. >> jimmy: how did you go from rolling dice with other nerds in the dungeon to on stage in chicago doing improv? >> i went cross country. it was after i had even been to college. and i went cross country. i stopped in chicago. and i.o., they have a theater -- >> jimmy: improv olympic. >> improv olympic. they have a theater here. i stopped there and watched the show. the improv was so funny that i thought it was all planned.
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i volunteered to go on sfaj. they interviewed me. they did a graham game called the dream where they acted out my nightmare. based on the interview i gave. chris farley was part of the company and he played me. so the first time i saw it, i thought these people are good. are they all that funny? they're intimidating. >> jimmy: what was the dream, do you remember? >> it was all funny things. and farley, his plumber smile came out at some point. as he went over. he knew how to get laughs. he filled up the room. he had such a presence. and then later, i was washing dishes at second city and really got to watch him do his show all the way through and really watch him develop in that way. mike myers was there. just a great group of people. >> jimmy: we'll take a break. we'll come back, we'll see a little bit of "spider-man: homecoming." jon favreau is here. we'll be right back. they're everywhere.
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big deal. sounds like it's no big deal. but remember, i'm watching you. >> jimmy: that's jon favreau in "spider-man: homecoming." it is in theaters now. [ cheers and applause ] your character is happy hogan, involved in the avengers of infinitiy war movies. >> i don't know what i'm at liberty to say but i will be going to atlanta during the filming of avengers. >> jimmy: all right. >> so i don't know -- >> jimmy: there would be little into the to you going there if you're not in the movie. >> you make an interesting point. [ laughter ] but both of our parent company is disney. so i don't want to get anybody in trouble here. >> jimmy: you made some great movies. starting with "swingers." right? at the beginning. [ cheers and applause ] "jungle book." and "ironman" obviously. >> the first time i was here, "elf" was -- [ cheers and applause ] >> i've been here, this is my
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13th time on your show. do you know that? >> jimmy: i should have given you something. [ applause ] i should have given you a punch card and we could have given you a sandwich. >> i get a free yogurt. >> jimmy: but i think what has impressed me maybe even more than all those things is this beautiful bread that you're baking in your home. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: this you actually baked yourself. >> this is something i was doing. and then i realized if you eat it, you get fatter. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i thought if you baked it at home, that's not the case. look at that. tartine recipe. look it up online if you're interested. like you, i share this fixation with cooking and chef culture. and so i love -- to me there's nothing more relaxing than trying to kind of figure out how to cook something delicious as good as the great chefs do. >> jimmy: we were talking about cgi and the attention to detail that you give these movies.
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but there's really nothing there when you're doing cgi. when you're cooking, you can actually eat -- like, you can't eat the lion in the lion king. >> you can't. it would be tough. we're working on it. >> jimmy: i guess that's the next thing, is we can cgi things that actually sit on the table and we can devour. well, listen, first of all, congratulations on the bread. i'm going to start with that. [ applause ] >> i'm going to bake you one. >> jimmy: i would love that. you know i love that sort of thing. congratulations on spiderman. and giving us all these fantastic movies. jon favreau, everybody. "spider-man: homecoming" it's in theaters now. we'll be right back with tiffany haddish. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] you tellt these new social security alerts i keep hearing about? sure, just sign up online. then we'll alert you if we find your social security number on any one of thousands of risky websites. wow. that's cool. how much is it? oh, it's free if you have a discover card. i like free! yeah, we just want you to be in the know.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi there. still to come music from the revivalists. our next guest is a gifted actress and comedian who co-stars with queen latifah and jada pinkett smith in a new comedy that will change the way you look at grapefruit. "girls trip" opens friday. please say hello to tiffany haddish.
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[ cheers and applause ] thank you for squeezing me. >> i love you. >> jimmy: i love you too. welcome. you are -- people are saying you've stolen the movie from -- >> i do not steal. i am not a thief. >> jimmy: in a positive way, "girls trip" is getting great reviews and people are especially talking about you. a lot of people including jada pinkett smith when she was here are talking about this grapefruiting thing. which i'm still not clear on what exactly it is. it is a real thing, yes? >> yes. it's a real thing. it's a fruit. it's delicious. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i know what grapefruit is. >> it is high in vitamin c and it's a fat burner. and if you apply it to certain body parts it can be fun. >> jimmy: oh, i see. it seems like it would burn, though, doesn't it?
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>> if you got an std maybe. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'll keep that in mind. >> a good way to check. if you don't have time to go to the clinic, you have a good way to check. god provides with fruits and vegetables. god has something to do with grapefruit. >> jimmy: we won't go into the details. people will have to see the movie if they want to know. did you on this -- there are all these women on this movie and it's an r-rated -- a hard r-rated movie as i've been told. >> i think it's educational. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: was will smith allowed to come to the set? or was it kind of like almost like a bachelorette party? >> let me tell you something. will came to the set. okay? will came to the set. that was after i took them on a swamp tour. >> jimmy: what? >> so what had happened was jada had invited me to dinner with her and will smith. and i thought oh, this is, it i'm about to make it. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: that is pretty big. >> and i wore my best dress from china. [ laughter ] a button popped off at dinner. and they asked me, jada said what are you doing tomorrow? we off work. what are you doing tomorrow? i said i got me a groupon to go on this swam p tour so what's what i'm doing. she said who are you going with? all by yourself? i said yeah, i don't have any friends in new orleans. she said maybe we'll go with you. i'm like yeah, right. so the next day comes about. and i smoked a whole bunch of weed because -- [ cheers and applause ] because the doctor told me to. the doctor told me to. [ laughter ] and also because i thought it would be super cool to be on the swamp and be high and like the alligators would be talking to me and the birds would be singing and the raccoons would wave. like it would be like i'm in a disney movie. >> jimmy: yeah. like with jon favreau. >> so i'm high as a kite.
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i'm in my hotel room. i get a phone call and it's jada. i didn't think she would really call me. then she called me and she goes tiffany, are you still going on that swamp tour? i said yeah, i'm going to leave in about an hour. she said cool, will and i are going with you. i'm like, what? [ laughter ] i said okay, since you all got dinner last night, i'll get you groupons. don't worry. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that seems fair. >> that's fair. so then she says okay, meet us at our hotel. so i eat a lot of bread and i do some jumping jacks to try to sober up. [ laughter ] and then i jump in my $20 a day rental and i drive over to their hotel. and i'm starting to hand the keys to the valet because i'm thinking i'm jumping in the suv with them and all their security i'm going to feel all presidential, you know, like black money. [ laughter ] all of a sudden, will comes running out of the hotel, jumps in the back seat of my little $20 a day rental. he's like whoa, it's been years since i've been in a regular car. [ laughter ]
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then jada gets in and says oh, it doesn't have tinted windows, i don't know if i feel safe. i'm like really, jada? you from baltimore, bitch. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] so then the next day, so will tells me go, go, go. right? so i started driving. but in my mind i'm driving like this, i'm leaning back driving, in my mind. but jada the next day said i was on the steering wheel like this. and i said of course i was, all i could think to myself is, tiffany, you need to be as careful as possible. you don't want to be the bitch on tmz that killed the fresh prince of bel air. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: definitely not. >> that's $280 million in the back seat of a $20 a day rental. you've got to be careful. >> jimmy: wow! >> so we pull up to the swamp tour, right? >> jimmy: i almost forgot about the swamp tour. [ laughter ] that's right. there's a swamp tour. >> yeah. so we pull up.
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and it's a lot of white people. a lot of them. >> jimmy: oh, they're the worst. >> no. they're the best. you know i'm white, right? i'm white on paper. that's a whole other story. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so you pull up and there's the white people in the swamp. >> a lot of white people in the swamp. and it's a cajun swamp tour. and jada's looking and she goes, tiffany, what is going on here? why is there so many people? i said jada, they probably all got groupons. and she said, tiffany, what the [ bleep ] is a groupon? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, wow. she didn't know. >> and i said what do you think a groupon is? she said i thought it meant you had a boat that you could take a group of people on. [ applause ] i was like, jada, i got a $20 a day rental car. why would i have my own boat? [ laughter ] i got a discount ticket to get on the swamp. we about to have $66 worth of
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fun, girl. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: so did she -- did she go? >> so she was complaining. i don't want to get on. this is going to be crazy. i said jada, you're with me. i'm from south central los angeles. ain't nobody going to mess with us. we about to get on this swamp. we about to have a good time. and we're going to see the alligators today. [ laughter ] and she was like, okay, okay. and will was like why would you invite me on the swamp tour if i can't go on the swamp tour? [ laughter ] so we go in the boat and the boat is full of people. i walk on first. everybody started clapping and cheering. i'm like, thank you, thank you, yes, i brought them. no. not you. will, jada! and they're all cheering and stuff. and then will sits down and this really drunk guy sits down. hey, will, what part of philadelphia are you from? west philadelphia. ha, born and raised. will's like, yeah. can i get a picture?
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and the girl jumped up, can i get a picture? some & somebody else said can i get a picture? will stands up and says this isn't the will smith tour. this is the cajun swamp tour. so let's just have a good time, see what we can see, learn what we can learn, and at the end of the tour maybe we all take some pictures with you guys if we're in the mood. is that all right with you guys? and everybody's like yeah, yeah! i'm like, this is messed up. [ laughter ] he didn't even say nothing funny. they're just cheering for him because he's got lots of snoin we're here on a groupon. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: so then they did -- >> so they did as he told them. they didn't bother us. we went on the tour, we enjoyed, it we learned all this stuff. will leans over to me. he sits like the because this is how rich men sit. so they can hang. hey, tiffany, i'll going to have to get me one of these. i was like what, one of these ferry boats? he's like no, nah, a swamp. [ laughter ] i was like you're going to buy a whole ecosystem?
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is an unbelievably great story. what a day! did they like -- they liked it, i guess. >> yeah, they loved it. they said it had been so long since they'd been with regular people. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> they were so happy that i brought them around regular people. >> jimmy: what a gift you gave them. >> then they took me to a dinner at the ritz carlton and told me to drive home in my $20 a day rental. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i can't wait to see you in the movie. it's called "girls trip." it opens on friday. tiffany haddish, everybody. we'll be right back with music from the revivalists. ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. in our house, we go through a lot of toilet paper.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: my thanks to jon favreau, to tiffany haddish, apologies to matt damon, we did run out of time for him. "nightline" is next. but first, this is their album. it's called "men amongst mountains." here with my summer jam "wish i
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knew you," the revivalists! is [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ you shine like a star you know who you are you're everything beautiful ♪ ♪ she's hot hot like the sun the loneliest one still everything beautiful ♪ ♪ well i'll be god damned you're standing at my door we stayed up in the city ♪ ♪ until the stars lost the war so friday night holy ghost ♪ ♪ take me to your level show me the one i need the most i need the most ♪ ♪ i wish i knew you when i was
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young we could've got so high ♪ ♪ now we're here it's been so long two strangers in the bright lights ♪ ♪ oh i hope you don't mind we can share my mood yeah two strangers in the bright lights ♪ ♪ i wish i knew you i wish i knew you oh i wish i knew you when i was young ♪ ♪ truth it's all that you need you bury that seed it's everything beautiful ♪ ♪ that sound comes from the underground it's all inside you now it's everything beautiful ♪
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♪ but what you what you what you what you running from ♪ ♪ they got they got they got you on the run ♪ ♪ so friday night holy ghost take me to your level show me the one i need the most ♪ ♪ i need the most i wish i knew you when i was young we could've got so high ♪ ♪ now we're here it's been so long two strangers in the bright lights ♪ ♪ oh and i hope you don't mind we can share my mood yeah ♪ ♪ two strangers in the bright lights i wish i knew you i wish i knew you ♪ ♪ oh i wish i knew you when i was young ♪
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♪ when i was young ♪ when i was young ♪ wish i knew you, wish i knew you when i was young ♪ ♪ wish i knew you ♪ wish i knew you ♪ oh, wish i knew you when i was young ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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