tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC October 17, 2017 11:35pm-12:37am EDT
hey! you're going to pay for this! okay. >> stop calling me farris. >> stop calling me farris. >> i'm trying to enjoy my day off! ♪ >> dicky: from brooklyn, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, david letterman, and music from fifth harmony, brought to you by google home mini, with cleto and the cletones featuring paul shaffer, and now, what's your problem, here's jimmy kimmel!
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. that's very nice. welcome, welcome, hi, brooklyn! thank you. too kind, thank you for coming. thanks. we are on the road, beaming into your heads from the opera house at the brooklyn academy. please, it's an opera house. thank you very much. was there enough bike parking for everyone tonight? this is our third time broadcasting from brooklyn. [ cheers and applause ] you know what?
a lot has changed since we were here in 2015. williamsburg is the new murray hill. bed sty is the new williamsburg. tickets to hamilton are only $500 each now. i don't know if i'm going to make it to the end of the week. i'll be honest with you. my blood mozzarella level is like .375 last night. i ate at frankies three nights in a row. my daughter yesterday, she's 3 years old. she asked if we can move here. she said can this be our home? [ cheers and applause ] we were sitting on the bed this morning. we had the window open and he a breeze came in and it smelled good. i said it smells good, right? and she said sometimes it smells like dog poop. sometimes it smells like flowers. and i really think that sums brooklyn up perfectly. sometimes it smells like dog poop. sometimes flowers. you know, it seems like every
time we come to brooklyn something weird happens, and sure enough this afternoon, something weird happened. >> we have breaking news out of brooklyn, a cow is on the loose. you're looking at a live picture from news copter 7. you can see the cow is near the soccer field there. >> in l.a. we go thank you similar thing every time gary busey gets out of his pen. so this cow was actually a baby bull, it escaped from a slaughterhouse. the only slaughter nous brooklyn that hasn't been converted into an art gallery/event space. it ended up on a soccer feel which any parent can tell you that's the worst place to be. it took two hours to get ahold of this baby bull. the police were finally able to wrangle it and i believe it was charged with endangerment. this is the first cow chase if two years. i think you might be going a
little overboard the farm to table thing. the good news, the bull will not wind up under a slice of melted parmesan. it turns out, and i love this fact, they have a policy where if an animal escape as slaughterhouse, it gets to go rehabilitation facility for misbehaving cows. that's the good news. the bad news is it is also where they sent harvey weinstein. i'm still not sure if it is too soon yet. we have a great show for you. a man i admire intensely, david letterman, is here with us tonight. david letterman. i don't know if i can say this, david letterman is to me what beyonce is to everyone else. if dave had any idea how excited that i am he is here tonight, he would not under any
circumstances be here tonight. if that isn't enough, and by god, don't you think it ought to be, sitting in with cleto and the cletones all week, mr. paul shaffer! >> cletones be rocking. >> jimmy: this is how we got letterman on the show. we kidnapped paul and said you'd better show up. also we have music from fifth harsh an harsh, harmony. somewhere guillermo? do we know? ♪ >> jimmy: okay. now i understand what's going on. yeah, bring him right in. thank you.
sometimes he gets a little bit drunk. >> hi, everybody! [ applause ] >> jimmy: what they call a brooklyn burrito. the good news is it didn't mess your hair up at all. >> no, it's perfect. >> jimmy: say hi to everybody. >> hi, everybody! >> jimmy: as you know, brooklyn is home to many great cooks and artisans and bakers. it is also home to the world's biggest maker of fortune cookies. they are based in brooklyn and they have a factory in long island city. i happen to love a good fortune cookie so we took a field trip to learn how they put a fortune in the cookies and to learn maybe how to write our own.
>> this is the place? >> jimmy: yeah. let's check this out. all right. >> hey, jimmy. >> nice meeting you. >> did you carry them all? >> jimmy: can we come in? we're exhausted. >> welcome to wonton food. >> jimmy: how do i look? >> you look good too. >> so these are them. the batter goes from up here to down here to all the machines. they get baked >> jimmy: when you say you get baked, these people are high? >> i meant the cookies. >> jimmy: the cookies themselves. okay. >> how many fortunes are in one of these rolls? >> jimmy: 4,000. >> i didn't write everyone of them. do people who are gluten free
ever just buy the roll? >> no. we don't sell the paper by itself. >> jimmy: we're going to make a lot of money you and i. i would love to help but i know guillermo also would love to help write some fortunes. that would be great. >> then you need to meet the committee. >> jimmy: does it have to be unanimous? >> yes. it does. >> ladies and guys or just guys? >> both. >> with the ladies we'll do good. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, especially with these hats. this is where you write the fortunes? >> this is where we write the fortunes. >> jimmy: it is not as magical as i imagined. this is where people's fates are decided in a cubicle? it is quite poetic if you think about life and the plight of the american worker. >> we'll give you a little time. >> jimmy: we'll work on it. >> and i'll come back and join
you. >> jimmy: thank you. we'll get to work. >> i can't think of anything. what are you writing? >> i put money is not everything but you can buy a lot of expensive things. >> is that good? >> yeah. i'm going to write it also. money is not everything. >> that's not the cheating? >> what cheating? >> that was my idea. >> jimmy: no, no. give me another one. >> mexican food is better than chinese food. >> jimmy: mexican food is better than chinese food. >> it is almost the same thing. >> jimmy: almost. but not exactly. i have a period at the end of my sentence. i think he's watching us. what about this? pay your bill and go home. >> that's a good one. >> jimmy: there's fried rice in your goatee. >> fortune cookie is like a
wife. you may get a good one or you may not. >> jimmy: i like it. if you read this out loud, you will get syphilis. >> wow, that's a good one. >> jimmy: yeah, thank you. >> so how are you doing? >> jimmy: i think we're doing well. we wrote a bunch of them. i feel like the vetting committee will love them. it would be great if we could get an endorsement from you to the committee before we start. >> excellent. >> jimmy: let's do it. i'm really nervous right now. >> me too. >> i'm the last member of the committee. >> jimmy: you're the vetting committee? >> yes, i am.
>> jimmy: this is my friend guillermo. he will begin with my first idea. >> my first idea. >> jimmy: that's what i said. read it. >> you are about to eat a cookie. >> jimmy: cute, right? >> alice likes it. >> i got one. >> jimmy: thank you, alice. maybe you'll like mine more. how many orange chickens have to die before you people are happy? [ laughter ] we even lost alice on that one. go ahead, guillermo. >> don't order best if they're not fresh. >> jimmy: you will soon be coming into a large sull of bed, bath and beyond coupons. you're killing me. how about this? you will find love in a starbucks bathroom. lucky numbers 13, 18, 27, 9.
all thumbs down? >> someone will buy you a tequila shot. wow! congratulations! i got 100, yeah! thank you very much! thank you! thank you! >> i think we should maybe have a tequila shot. >> i happen to have some tequila. >> jimmy: i happen to have some shot glasses. how do you say cheers in chinese? ♪ >> jimmy: that was fun, huh? nice people. give me one of those fortune cookies, will you? >> here. >> jimmy: thank you. mine says, new and rewarding opportunities will soon develop for you. that's bad news for you. >> let me read mine. you are about to get hit by a bus. >> jimmy: what?
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paul shaffer, sitting in with cleto and the cletones all this week. this is night two of paul's "mini-residency" with us. >> like britney spears in las vegas. so you can call me brittney from now on. >> jimmy: i will do that. he is our mini resident tonight. then, this is their self-titled album. it's called fifth harmony and so are they. fifth harmony, live from the tidal x benefit concert just down the street at barclays center -- tomorrow night, howard stern will be here. cardi b will be with us. and later this week, billy joel, tracy morgan, woody harrelson tony bennett, and maybe even a surprise or two along the way. two very long years ago, our first guest left us to fend for ourselves. but he's back, thank goodness, with a new show on netflix and a very furry face. on sunday, he will receive the mark twain prize at the kennedy center. please welcome david letterman.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for being here. >> i'm so excited to be here. it is so good to see famous people again. just to be out of the house, ladies and gentlemen! and paul, you didn't tell me you work here now. >> i was afraid to tell you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: he goes by brittney
now. >> how are you and thank you, everybody, very nice. >> jimmy: how are you doing? >> i'll tell you something. you're looking at a man who is laughing on the outside, crying on the inside. i don't know if you've had this problem for a year. i have been looking high and low. i am determined to find a shirt that looks good untucked. i can't find one. >> jimmy: i think there's a website. >> could it be that hard? >> jimmy: is this suit you're wearing from the late show? or is this something you had to go out and get on your own? >> none of your business. can i talk to you, jimmy? >> jimmy: yeah, sure. talk. >> you know me, i'm a celebrity. >> jimmy: yeah. and when stuff happens, just to give you an example, i'll start
slow. many it's, many, many years ago my niece got married. when you're getting married, you want like a big thing and a honeymoon and a rehearsal dinner and all that crap, and presents. so i thought long and hard and said i have to get big impressive presents because i am the top star of the day. i figured it out and you get a set of tires. and you wrap them up individually so you have four enormous gifts. and they're tires. so i thought, well, this is fantastic. my work is done here. who cares if they won them or if they use them? and then i think one time, because you're in show business and you would get the joke, i said to you, ties. >> jimmy: i didn't take it as a joke and in fact i will wearing one of the ties. >> that's a beauty. that one shouldn't have gone
out. >> jimmy: you sent me a few days after you left the late show, all of your ties. i'm happy about that. and i am still delighted. >> and one time my agent's son was having a bar mitzvah, sent him a pack of cigarettes. it is only a joke. we all understand that. you understand it. the kid understood it. everybody did. so a couple years ago when i was either fired or i retired. >> jimmy: okay. >> all a blur now. and people were mindlessly saying nice things about me. you were effusive. >> jimmy: yes, yes. >> by the way, for the purpose of this conversation, i have nothing but the highest regard for all the talk show men and talk shows. even jimmy fallon. >> jimmy: that's nice.
yeah. >> so people were saying nice things so i said, and conan o'brian who is like some sort of god on mt. olympus. he runs around telling people he went to harvard. we don't know. so he goes on my old show, the stephen colbert show. >> jimmy: on friday. >> he wrote something that was just beautiful. do you remember that? >> the thing conan wrote for you? >> yeah. >> no, i don't remember it. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> i happened to see this. tonight on jimmy's show, he is talking to an agent vagrant. >> the viewer guide will say that. >> so any way, conan, this
beautiful thing. and i thought this is the perfect opportunity to send a [ bleep ] show business he gift. so i thought, do you know what i'll do? i'll send him a horse. thing hollywood you can get livestock and stuff for shows. and i get a couple of cowboys and i'll send him out a horse. and the idea will be that he'll have the horse on the show and the horse will take a dump on the show and it will be hilarious. isn't that hilarious? >> jimmy: it is hilarious to send someone a horse. yeah. >> so like two or three days later, i realized, oh, no, things have gone terribly wrong. i get this lovely letter from conan saying, my wife loves the horse and she is going to keep the horse because she is an etres treean. i'm presbyterian.
are you jewish? >> no. >> so now i'm screwed because i was counting on her returning the horse and i would get my money back. >> jimmy: can you return a horse? >> oh, yeah. a terrible discount. so i don't hear anything about it until conan shows up on the late show that i used to be on with stephen colbert. and now he's lost his mind. did you see it? >> jimmy: i did. >> was he like a crazy man? >> jimmy: not only did i see it but he complained to me personably the horse. >> like it's my fault? >> jimmy: well, you did send him the horse in all fairness. >> it was a joke. take a dump on the stage. load him up and get him back. that's what it was. you don't think the horse knew what he was supposed to do? not my problem. so now i didn't see it.
from what i infer, as conan will not shut up about the horse. and the horse has gone crazy. something happened. maybe it's been around conan all day. >> jimmy: the horse is said to be unrideable. >> of course he is unrideable. all he had to do was take a dump on the stage. so now he's complaining like the may be litigation. and maybe i'll get a call from peta. and apparently he broke into conan's mansion? >> jimmy: the horse broke into his mansion? that i didn't hear. >> and one of conan's servants was kicked in the head. >> jimmy: oh, boy, that's no good. >> so if you run into conan, it was supposed to be a joke. how crazy can the horse be? >> jimmy: horses can be crazy. i don't want to defend conan. >> it sounds like you are
defending him. >> jimmy: bottom line, you need a better gift. look at this. it is not kicking anybody in the head. [ cheers and applause ] >> for the sake of this, if i had sent you the horse, there would be none of this, my wife loves it. we're keeping the horse. i mean he has a half achor in studio city. where is he going to keep the damn horse? >> jimmy: i think that's the question he was asking too. >> the point is no good deed goes unpunished. >> jimmy: when in doubt, an edible arrangement is a nice gift. david letterman is here with us. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live in brooklyn" are brought to you by google home mini powered by the google assistant. ask it questions. tell it to do things. a little help at home like only google can.
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>> again, i'm here but everybody here used to work for me. how did i end up without a show? >> jimmy: you're more than welcome to have this one. >> then no one would have a -- well, we would be down to jimmy. >> jimmy: tell me about the netflix show if you would. will there be a studio audience for the show? >> these good questions. >> do you know what they do? like do you have a movie you like? >> jimmy: spiderman. >> so you call them up. they have aware house somewhere. and somebody goes through and they finds spiderman. they get the disk is that they put in it an envelope with your name on it and they shoot him. >> jimmy: netflix isn't doing that anymore. >> they're not? >> jimmy: there's a whole new
wallow over. >> i don't know anything about that. it increases the possibility of electrocution in your own hole. >> jimmy: do you have a title for the show? >> no. but we're looking for interesting guests. >> jimmy: i heard you asked howard stern. >> yeah, i think he would be good. he seems to be nervous about it. and any time you can get howard to be nervous, i think you've accomplished something. >> jimmy: you mentioned you would welcome donald trump and the pope together woflt that be together or separate? >> i'll tell you who we got. you know the whercommercial whe the guy saw as boat in half and we've got his brother. >> so we're all set to go. >> jimmy: this event at kennedy
center that's happening, are you feel more comfortable now? accepting more accolades? >> no, no, it is a fixed fight. they have to have somebody show up and i'm not doing anything. so i said i'll be there. and by the way, thank you for your participation. >> jimmy: thank you for asking me. i would have been devastated if you haven't. i almost felt like you asked me because you knew how upset i would be if i were excluded from the event. >> that's true. you're not thinking about it. >> jimmy: this network? eventually, sure. >> how long have you been here? >> jimmy: almost 15 years. it will be 15 years in january. time to go? >> no. you're right where you want to be now. >> jimmy: i guess so. do you feel like you miss it? >> no -- no -- some parts.
i miss wearing make-up. >> jimmy: sure. that's the best. do you like the band or not? >> it's a terrific band and we get to wear make-up and play music. we have it made up here. >> jimmy: what do you think the old band thinks seeing you guys? >> absolutely pissed. >> jimmy: i've heard you say you're an entirely different person. >> i am. thank god because the great struggle in life is to be better each and every day. and if you take a look around the horizon of humidianity, is there anything we can do big or small to make the life of one person a little the bibetter? and that's no small accomplishment.
anyway, i'm profiling for you what life after -- was i fired or retired? >> jimmy: retired. you retired. there was a whole thing. there was a show and everyone paid tribute. >> oh, that's right. >> jimmy: have you ever seen any of that? >> no. >> have you seen yourself on television? >> no. i won't watch this show tonight. not because of you. because of me. do you watch yourself on tv? >> jimmy: never, ever, ever. when i see myself, i change channel. >> it's too awkward. i was in colorado and i'm lost. hopelessly lost. and i see a thing. a coffee shop. but not a coffee shop. it is like beans and things or whatever they call it. so i remember seeing that on my
drive from the airport so i know i'm in the general vicinity of the airport. so i walk in. i'm not wearing a suit but i'm clothed. [ laughter ] and i know i bring this on myself because of the beard. you have a beard yourself. are people out all the time about shaving? >> jimmy: no. they like mine. it's kempt. >> i look like a civil war statue. >> jimmy: there's talk about getting it removed. >> i have been removed. >> i heard that, paul, it's not funny. so i go into the store and i say i'm lost. i'm looking for the airport. she says oh, sure. i say can you just jot down some
instructions? sure. be happy to. so she writes it out. go down here a half mile. it will be anderson street. turn right on anderson street. then you go to deep valley or some colorado name. and then you go to pine valley. all the way up to ski hill. so i'm looking at them. she's got lights and speed limits. a wonderful bit of diagramming. and a lovely young woman. and i said this is fantastic. thank you. you've saved my life. and i said how long will this take me to get there? and she looks at me. and i'm like this more or less. and she says, are you walking? [ laughter ] yeah. i'm walking. i'm walking to the airport. >> jimmy: dave, i am so grateful for you being here tonight. i do have something for you.
a little something for you. >> i don't want it. >> jimmy: we have it outside. >> i don't want it. >> jimmy: i think you'll like it. it is a baby bull. >> what is it? >> jimmy: a baby bull. he's been wandering brooklyn and now he's all yours. >> i'll take it. i'll take it. i'll be happy to take the [ bleep ] bull. do i leave now? >> jimmy: we'll have paul -- ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live in brooklyn" are brought to you by google home mini powered by the google assistant. ask it questions. tell it to do things. a little help at home like only google can. sarah is a fifth-grade teacher. when it comes to molding young minds, nobody does it better. she also builds her own fighting robots.
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a fighter for the working men and women of atlantic county. brown fought for what's right by taking on trenton special interests and standing up to chris christie's takeover of atlantic city. he fought to protect jobs in our region and to defeat the north jersey casinos. and now brown is working to keep atlantic county affordable for families and retirees. let's keep chris brown fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side. >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. music from fifth harmony is on the way. he what's going on over there? excuse me, sir. what are you doing? >> where is my bus? >> jimmy: you're waiting for the
bus. where are you going? >> i'll just sitting here reading about me being able to see. but i heard you were in brooklyn. >> jimmy: i am in brooklyn. >> and i'm going to be a few blocks away. tonight at the barclay center. under the title x. >> jimmy: the benefit center. raising money in support of puerto rico and the various victims of the various hurricanes. that's a beautiful thing to do. you read? you read by holding things up? >> i tell you, if they would spend as much time talking about what i can do than what i can't, to raise money for the benefit. >> jimmy: it's a great thing to do. who is on this film with you tonight? >> jay-z is on.
>> jimmy: wow! >> jennifer lopez. >> jimmy: i'm going to do a few songs. you are performing at the show. this is going to be some show. i wish the home audience -- >> i would love to invite -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: probably not possible. >> no, no, no, no. i brought enough tickets for the entire audience. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's taking everyone in the audience to the title x show. >> god bless you. >> jimmy: we'll be right back with fifth harmony! >> dicky: music in brooklyn on "jimmy kimmel live" is brought to you by mercedes benz. the best or nothing --
it will never get better than this. stevie is taking everyone to the show. i'd like to thank david letterman and apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time for him tonight. nightline is next. but first this is their self-titled album. here with the song "he like that" from the tidal x show at barclays center fifth harmony! ♪ mmm pumps and a bump pumps and a bump ♪ ♪ you got that good boy attitude and yeah i kind like it ♪ ♪ you got the tats on your arm got a bad girl excited ♪ ♪ you put that bass in the beat won't you beat it up ♪ ♪ inside it i got that pumps and a bump ♪ ♪ and you know you wanna try it pumps and a bump ♪ ♪ pumps and a bump he like the girls with the pumps and a bump ♪ ♪ pumps and a bump
pumps and a bump i be that girl ♪ ♪ with the pumps and a bump he like that bang bang bang ♪ ♪ he like that bomb bomb bomb he like that love ♪ ♪ love love i'm like that drug drug drug ♪ ♪ he trip when he on it one taste and he want it he like that bang ♪ ♪ bang bang he like that bomb bomb bomb ♪ ♪ he like that love love love i'm like that drug ♪ ♪ drug drug he trip when he on it one taste and he want it ♪ ♪ he got
that rough neck swaggy but he know ♪ ♪ how to hide it he got that dope boy cash but he get it ♪ ♪ nine to five-ing he got a thing for them girls ♪ ♪ that make their money overnight-ing money overnight-ing ♪ ♪ i know he bad for my health but i still wanna try it ♪ ♪ still wanna try it pumps and a bump oh ♪ ♪ pumps and a bump he like the girls with the pumps and a bump ♪ ♪ pumps and a bump oh pumps and a bump ♪ ♪ i be that girl with the pumps and a bump he like that bang ♪ ♪ bang bang he like that bomb bomb bomb ♪ ♪ he like that love love love i'm like that drug ♪ ♪ drug drug he trip when he on it on it ♪ ♪ one taste and he want it one taste and he want it he like that bang ♪ ♪ bang bang he like that bang he like that bomb ♪ ♪ bomb bomb he like that bomb he like that love ♪ ♪ love love he like that love i'm like that drug ♪ ♪ drug drug i'm like that drug he trip when he on it ♪ ♪ on it one taste and he want it one taste and ♪
♪ bang he love that bang bomb ♪ ♪ he love that bomb bomb bomb love ♪ ♪ he love that thang drug he love that hit and run ♪ ♪ he lose his brain he going to stupid dumb he stupid dumb ♪ ♪ all he ever want is some pumps and a bump pumps and a bump ♪ ♪ he like the girls with the pumps and a bump oh ♪ ♪ pumps and a bump you know he wants some wants some ♪ ♪ pumps and a bump i be that girl with the pumps and a bump ♪ ♪ he like that bang bang bang he like that bom ♪ ♪ bom bom he like that love love love ♪ ♪ i'm like that drug drug drug he trip when he on it ♪ ♪ one taste and he want it he like that bang bang bang ♪ ♪ he like that bom bom bom he like that love ♪ ♪ love love i'm like that drug drug drug ♪ ♪ he trip when he on it one taste and he want it ♪ snoop
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