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starting at 4:30 tomorrow for details on the giants parade. >> starts at noon tomorrow but live coverage begins ahead of tame at 11:00 a.m. >> 7 news.com righ >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- dr. phil mcgraw. from "scandal," scott foley. and music from aloe blacc. with cleto and the cletones. and now, first things first, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. that's very nice. thank you very much, i appreciate it. welcome. i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thank you for watching. thank you for coming.
now i know who my real friends are. we have anyone from kentucky here tonight? [ cheers and applause ] like a whole kentucky cheering section here in our audience. you know, last night, i don't know if we have any baseball fans here, but last night, the san francisco giants -- [ applause ] beat the kansas city royals in game seven of the world sere rei series. condolences to the royals fans. and congratulations to the one giants fan here in los angeles. most of the giants fans are in hiding today. it was a great game and of course, after the game, fans in san francisco celebrated as fans are known to do, by lighting their city on fire. i never -- i've never understood that. if your team wins, why not celebrate by destroying the other team's city? don't do it to your own. things got out of hand in a hurry. fights, fires, fireworks, two
people were hit by gunfire. one person was stabbed. and this poor woman, you don't want to no what happened to her. look at this. >> get out of the way. >> my uber car is down there. >> jimmy: she couldn't get to her uber car. i found her uber car. it was in san francisco. look at that. this happened last night. on valencia street in the mission district. and i guess it was time to make the doughnuts. look at that. he almost -- why get so close? you know, they do have tele photo -- look at that. i have to say, normally, i am against reckless behavior of this sort, but -- that's pretty awesome. and away he goes there he goes.
[ applause ] and the guy with the ponytail cheers him on. so, congratulations to the giants. and the fans there in san francisco. meanwhile, lebron james tonight made his triumphant return to the cleveland cavaliers. you know, four months ago, everyone in cleveland hated lebron james. and now, well, there they are. welcome home, buddy. we knew you'd come back. but that's all powerade under the bridge now. now everyone in cleveland loves lebron james. until he leaves again and then they hate him again. lebron has been in miami and some people believe it will be difficult for him to adjust to a city without its own sound machine. [ laughter ] but -- i'm sure it will be fine. it's funny. most people get older and move to florida. lebron got older and left. he's like -- the benjamin button of the nba. [ laughter ] we have a lot of good stuff for you tonight. if you are on the verge of an emotional or nervous breakdown, this is the place to be tonight. because dr. phil is here, and he can help you.
he's not going to force it. also tonight, from "scandal," he's fresh out of super max prison, scott foley is here. and we have music from aloe blacc, who is very, very good. i think you'll like that a lot. [ cheers and applause ] halloween is less than an hour away. are you ready? do you have your costumes and all that stuff? [ cheers and applause ] i mean, i really don't care, but i was just wondering. [ laughter ] we have a somewhat notorious tradition on this show. every halloween for the past three years i've challenged parents to pretend they ate all their kids halloween candy. it's the trick part of trick or treat. and typically it goes something like this. >> we have something to tell you. you know, your candy? >> yeah. >> you said we could eat some of it last night? >> yeah. >> yes. >> well, me and your mom ate all of your candy.
>> you are not nice. >> we're really sorry. >> no, you're not. >> asher, we ate all your candy. >> that was a good job. >> jimmy: great job, actually. here's another one. this little girl quicklyly figud out that the best defense in this situation is a good offense. >> we accidentally ate a lot of halloween candy. >> did you eat all of it? >> don't tell me you ate all of it. >> honey -- i want to help you eat more healthy. >> you can be healthy and still be fat. >> jimmy: sometimes the kids make the parents cry. so, anyway, if you'd like to be
apart of this year, here's how it works. tell your kids you ate all their candy. not some of their candy, all of their candy. videotape that and upload it immediately to youtube with the title, hey, jimmy kimmel, i told my kids i ate all their halloween candy. that's how we will be able to find it. post the video right away. so we can get to it. we get thousands of these now. and we have to go through all of them. check your youtube account for a message from us. you need to respond to that. next week, we'll show the favorites on our show. that's jimmy kimmel, i told my kids i ate all their halloween candy. pay them back for all the times you had to listen to the soundtrack of "frozen" in the car. let's focus own torturing my family. we decided to have a pumpkin carving contest. i challenged cousin sal, aunt chippy, yehya and guillermo, to a pumpkin carving contest.
it was fun, right guillermo? >> a lot of fun. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: such an evil laugh. so, we brought in a professional pumpkin carver. he was there to help us and to be the judge. we did it like this. each of us drew the name of a famous person out of a hat and then our challenge was to make the pumpkin look like that person and whoever made it look most like the person would walk away with the title, lord of the gourd. >> all right. how's it going? >> i'm sal. >> ray. >> jimmy: my aunt chippy. he's a real loud mouth. >> how you doing? >> nice to meet you, honey. >> jimmy: this is guillermo and yehya. >> i'm next to you. >> jimmy: did you do this, ray? >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: look at this. >> that's really good. that's really nice. >> jimmy: looks like me, right? that's excellent. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you did that? >> yes, i did. i did this one, too. >> jimmy: that's you, aunt
chippy. >> looks like a lot like. >> jimmy: you're going to guide us through this. we're going to have a contest, okay? we got a hat. it's full of celebrity names. we're going to draw a name -- >> oh, this is [ bleep ]. i don't know how to do all this [ bleep ]. you have to give me something easy to do. i have never, never carved a pumpkin in my life. i just do, like, half-assed pumpkin. >> jimmy: don't say you have, because in the end, we have to guess who your celebrity was. yehya, again, you are not supposed to say who it is. but -- so -- >> it's 50 cent. >> jimmy: why are you dressed as a witch? >> i -- ghostbuster. >> oh. >> jimmy: you do look just like that guy. >> i love that movie. >> jimmy: i don't remember anyone dressed as a witch in the movie "ghostbusters" and i've seen it 50 times.
>> guillermo has the unfair advantage of looking exactly like a pumpkin. >> thank you very your help. you're doing good. >> guillermo kept needing help. he didn't want to do anything. every five seconds he needed me to help him do something else. >> jimmy: guillermo, are you carving that pumpkin or is ray? >> no, he's showing me how. >> jimmy: oh. >> i didn't want to do anything, so, i told ray to do my job. he's not too smart. good job, but he's stupid dumb. >> jimmy: have you seen a ghost, yehya? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you have? >> i live six floor and i saw, i turn the lights on, i saw six floor to first floor right away. how, i don't know. >> jimmy: is that why you became a witch? >> what witch? >> never mind. >> stop [ bleep ] and start cutting. >> yeah, really, guys. >> you have a bad attitude. >> jimmy: that is true, aunt
chippy. >> get out of here, you gas saturday. i just finished cleaning this [ bleep ] out. >> basically aunt chippy gets a kick out of picking on me and -- >> [ bleep ] -- could you even hear that? you could probably hear that. >> how are you doing? >> jimmy: good, right? you want to eat some of mine? yeah that's what you like, right? yehya ate a lot of raw pumpkin today. i'm pretty sure that's not a good thing to eat. but he seems to be all right. >> i'm good. my stomach very strong. you know? >> did you ever carve a pumpkin before? >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> when you say of course? >> i have children, of course i've carved a pumpkin. >> i have children, too. >> jimmy: yeah, but i'm involved with my children. >> that's true. yeah, yours turned out -- you son of a bitch. i can't believe you did that to me, sal. sal, stop!
sal's sense of humor -- it's like he's very subtle about it, so, you really don't get a clue that he's, like, after you. you son of a -- i hope when you're 100 years old you wind up in a wheelchair and your kids throw bloopumpkin [ bleep ] at . >> i cannot concentrate. >> sorry. got michelangelo over here. >> jimmy: i'm done. >> i'm done, too. >> jimmy: let's do the reveal and see what we got. sal who was your -- >> me? >> jimmy: yeah. >> what do you think? >> i thought it was that stephanopoulos guy with the long nose. >> jimmy: i think she meant snuffleupagus. lincoln? >> no. >> george bush? >> are they on the right track? >> thomas jefferson. >> clearly, our third president, albert einstein. >> jimmy: aunt chippy? >> ready?
>> oh. look like lady. >> jimmy: oh. >> whoopi goldberg. >> oh, my god. >> whoopi goldberg? >> jimmy: whoopi goldberg. guess who it is. i took a bat and i made it into the hair. does it look familiar? >> i think i know who it is. >> jimmy: who is it? >> it's the guy from korea. >> jimmy: yes. >> king. >> jimmy: not a king. >> king johnson. >> jimmy: king johnson? >> that is king johnson. >> jimmy: that is king johnson. kim jong-un. all right, guillermo. >> the only one that can guess this is aunt chippy, because that's in her time. it was famous in your time. >> peter the great. >> jimmy: from aunt chippy's time? >> in the '80s. >> jimmy: in the '80s. that's aunt chippy's time.
>> they're from end land. >> i know who it is. is it john lennon? >> yeah! >> jimmy: he's from the '60s. oh. who is that? >> it's jay leno. now mine. >> jimmy: see if we can figure out who this is. >> jimmy: you told us who it is. what is that pen coming out? >> that's marijuana. >> jimmy: oh, that's the marijuana. >> he's number one marijuana. >> jimmy: that's pretty good. >> i like it. >> jimmy: it's time now to declare who has the best pumpkin of all. >> albert einstein? king johnson. whoopi goldberg. jay leno. or number one marijuana, snoop dogg. >> i think the winner is aunt chippy. >> get out of here.
>> no way. >> are you serious? oh, my god, i was so surprised. i actually won. i never beat jimmy and sal, never, never, never. >> jimmy: i have an idea. let's take these out in the parking lot and blow them up. >> that's a great idea. >> jimmy: let's go. >> three, two, one -- >> jimmy: wow! >> [ bleep ]. >> god bless you. >> jimmy: god bless all of us. it's important to remember that god has blessed us -- >> god bless you, jimmy. >> jimmy: god bless you, too, yehya. god bless you. >> love you, man. >> jimmy: i love you, too. god bless you. >> you're the best. >> jimmy: why are you dressed as a witch again?hat witch? >> jimmy: never mind. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: happy fourth of july, everybody.
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>> jimmy: hello again, friends. tonight, from "scandal," which you saw earlier tonight, scott foley is here. and then, a very talented singer and songwriter. his album is called "lift your spirit." aloe blacc from the at&t stage. tomorrow night, we have a very big halloween show for you tonight night with andy sam berg, rosie perez, music from the flaming lips and grace potter and our ninth annual half and half halloween costume pageant. this is where we take half of one costume and combine it with half of another. to form one. so, for instance in the past, we've had 50 cent
c3p-oprah,jolly green jesus, baraquaman. it's fun and we have some good ones for tomorrow night. and this is exciting. next wednesday november 5th, this show is going to be simulcast in hollywood and nashville via hologram after the country music awards. if you're in nashville and want to be part of the hologram experience, go to jkltickets.com. tickets are free. you can go to the show that night, the show includes tim mcgraw, faith hill, brad paisley, florida georgia line. there will be a surprise. they will be hologramed here to hollywood and we'll be i don't know what's happening. just go to the thing, okay? this has never been done before and probably for good reason. i hope it works. wednesday night after the cmas. our first guest tonight is a successful author, talk show host and still the number four most popular costume for bald children this halloween. he's there for you every weekday on syndicated television. please welcome dr. phil mcgraw.
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? >> well -- thank you. i got a bone to pick with you. >> jimmy: oh, no. already? >> i can't keep it in anymore. >> jimmy: what? you can't keep your -- >> elast time i came out here, i'm backstage, he's saying, okay, tomorrow night, tom cruise, next night, angelina jolie. tonight -- well, it's dr. phil. this time, you've been promoting all month, cher's coming tonight, cher's going to be here and she gets the plague and you call me. so, they're all here expecting cher, well, you just kick him in the balls and bring me out. just kick him in the balls and bring me out. >> jimmy: you know what, the reason that i have to down play
when you are making an appearance on the show, the truth is, cher was never booked on the show. we just didn't want to get stampeded here in the studio when people heard you were going to be here. see? now do you feel like you overreacted a little bit? >> [ bleep ] you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well -- [ cheers and applause ] i get it. i get it. >> i feel better now. >> jimmy: have you ever -- have you ever run into someone outside of, like, the show, dressed up as you for halloween? >> oh, yeah. i've seen them in hollywood on halloween night. i've seen dr. phil and robins going down the street. i was at a friend's house, i opened the door, there was a dr. phil and robin standing there. >> jimmy: wow. >> how surreal is that when they looked at me? >> jimmy: they had no idea you would be there? >> no, they had no idea. >> jimmy: that is very, very strange.
seems like that would send you off into another dimension or something. >> i'm not over it yet. >> jimmy: i would think not. >> they looked so young. >> jimmy: yeah, well, what are you going to do? were they little kids? >> yeah, they were 8, 10. >> jimmy: really? >> i have fans in all -- >> jimmy: i guess so. do you drop a handful of zoloft in their bag? >> yeah, that's it. i'm pushing those drugs. >> jimmy: it seems to me that halloween brings out the worst in people. would you agree with that? >> no. >> jimmy: you would not? >> no. look. i don't believe crisis make heroes. i don't think events bring out who you are. you're already that person. it just gives you an excuse to be really weird. >> jimmy: i see. >> these adults that go out dressed like halloween costumes, they're wearing that [ bleep ] at home. [ laughter ] it's just -- one night a year, they get to walk up and down the street and act like, oh, i'm all dressed up. look at the costume. it's worn out. they've been wearing that stuff at home.
you know they have. >> jimmy: well, a lot of people do. it seems like since, like, you know, over the last 20 years, it's an excuse for women to dress as hookers, really, is a lot of this -- a lot of halloween. >> where do you trick or treatment? >> jimmy: well -- >> do you just do hollywood and vine here? no, if you go to the suburbs, that doesn't happen. >> jimmy: right, okay. all right, i'll take your word for that. you were in prison this week. you were -- not as a -- not incarcerated, but you were visiting rikers's island. >> yep, i was there earlier this week and the story was tragic. gigi jordan, this new york city socialite, multimillionaire that checked into the peninsula hotel, you've been there on fifth avenue, and -- >> jimmy: no, i haven't. >> and murdered her son. 8-year-old son, was autistic, she checked in with over 5,000 pills and ended her son's life.
and she is in trial for murder right now and didn't feel like she was getting to talk about everything she wanted to talk about and agreed to sit down with me to tell her story. so, we did that and it is a tragic story and that's on dr. phil tomorrow. and it's -- you've got to see it to believe this woman's logic. and i -- that was, to me, was one of the most, really complex and confounding interviews i've ever done. and i did it on riker's island. have you ever been? >> jimmy: no, i can't say that i have. >> oh, my god. i don't ever want to even speed in new york. you do not want to go to riker's island. >> jimmy: it's that bad? >> it's worse than i thought it was going to be. it's been there since the '30s, and i was on the women's unit. and they take you in with all this security, you got to go across a bridge to even get there. there's no other way, one way
in, one way out. and you go in and there's -- i'm walking down this long hallway and there's all these women out in the yard and exercise yard and these plait glass windows and i'm walking down, they start throwing themselves on these plate glass -- even i could get laid in a women's prison. [ laughter ] seriously. >> jimmy: what? >> i'm telling you -- i am big in women's prison, let me tell you. they watch the show. they obviously don't take any of the advice or they wouldn't be in women's prison. >> jimmy: oh. >> but i mean, these women -- i've never seen creatures like this. >> jimmy: wow. this sounds like -- it turned from a terrible story to suddenly a sexual fantasy. >> you know -- no, no, no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it did not? >> no, no. these -- these were -- >> jimmy: did you get any phone numbers? >> these were different women than you've ever seen. >> jimmy: really? >> let me tell you. these were different women.
these were scary human becomes. >> jimmy: don't you think you could do your whole show from riker's island? >> no. >> jimmy: for a whole year. >> no. >> jimmy: no? >> no. >> jimmy: think about it. i'll come with you. i'll do jokes. >> no, you wouldn't. there is not -- there is not thick enough glass to put you between you and some of these women. >> jimmy: i bet we could figure something out. >> some of them are throwing themselves against the window and some of them are just looking through the window, like, come out here, bitch. i'm like -- ah -- >> jimmy: i think you would be a great cell mate. we could talk about things. if i ever go to prison, will you come visit me? >> don't -- don't ever say that to me again. [ laughter ] don't ever say that we would be good -- >> jimmy: all right, well, dr. phil is here. he's going to help everyone tonight. we'll be right back.
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>> jimmy: hello there. we're back. scott foe lley from "scandal" w be us with and aloe blacc. i want to ask you about this. more than talk, more than ever. what the hell does that mean? [ laughter ] >> i have no idea. >> jimmy: you don't -- you don't approve these before they go up? >> that was not approved. i have no idea. >> jimmy: how much do you figure you paid somebody to come up with those two sentences? >> i bet you a hell of a lot more than it was worth. i don't know -- they're all over l.a. they're all over new york. they're everywhere. >> jimmy: this is your 13th season?
>> 13th season. yes. >> jimmy: that's impressive. [ applause ] and this time, you still have yet to cure anybody. true? [ laughter ] >> what -- what -- why do i keep coming here? >> jimmy: i don't know. i feel like -- >> why don't you just kick me in the balls and -- >> jimmy: you know i would never do that to you. let's talk about some of the topics you've had on the show lately. [ laughter ] love scams, my mother sent her online fiance over $300,000 and three cars. >> can you believe that? >> jimmy: three cars? that's a lot of cars. >> this -- you know, these catfish that -- they call them catfish. and these guys are, in, like, nigeria. they are sitting over there in an internet cafe scamming these women. this poor women sent this guy $300,000 in cash. >> jimmy: oh, boy. >> they cash out their retirement funds, they sell
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>> jimmy: hi there. still to come, music from aloe bla blacc. our next guest began the season lounging beachside on a tropical island and, as of tonight, he is rotting in prison for the rest of his life. he definitely needs a new travel agent. "scandal" airs thursday nights at 9:00 here on abc. please welcome, scott foley. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think we might be wearing the same suit. >> i saw you when i was backstage and i said to my publicist, oh, god, we're wearing the same suit. >> jimmy: good opportunity to
grab a red tie and really match. how are you? congratulations, i know you are expecting a baby. >> yes. >> jimmy: you don't look pregnant at all. >> i feel very good. my wife actually told me, she said, don't turn your phone off. that's how close we are. >> jimmy: really? wow. >> you have a 3-month-old? >> jimmy: i do. yeah. >> i could use some tips. i have two, but you sort of forget. >> jimmy: you totally forget. >> i know the first six months, if memory serves, is the worst time of your life. >> jimmy: no -- well -- >> as happy as you are to have a kid, the first six months, my wife and i fight more than we ever fight -- >> jimmy: you do. >> you work with your wife? >> jimmy: yeah, she's on maternity leave. >> are you talking? >> jimmy: yeah, we're talking. i find that the best strategy is to let her do the whole thing. is that bad? >> oh. that's interesting. [ applause ] and there's no guilt? >> jimmy: i'm sleeping, so who would know? [ laughter ]
>> we have sort of the same issue but like, our relationship, the first six months is based solely on guilt. so, i know that the idea -- we always have the conversation, like, okay, we don't both need to be up in the middle of the night. i know that if i don't get up with her in the middle of the night, the next day she's going to be so tired, she's going to complain. >> jimmy: i see, yeah. no, yeah, you have to get up, i guess. >> you have to get up. even if you have nothing to do, you just watch her breastfeed, say, are you okay? that's how it goes. >> jimmy: you have to go do the show. you can't take time off. >> there's not someone else that can play the part. we'll get the other jake in today. >> jimmy: is this why they put you in prison so they can limit your activity on -- >> i wish they took my wife having a child into consideration. >> jimmy: they didn't? >> not at all. >> jimmy: so, this is the third one. you are comfortable with the delivery and all that stuff. >> yeah, by this time, we still -- i've been there, right? i've been in the delivery room, i pulled my son out the second
time, the doctor was nice. >> jimmy: he was in there twice? >> now it's sort of -- thanks for that. >> jimmy: you'll wash that out of your brain in the morning. >> so sorry. but now it's sort of routine, right? >> jimmy: yeah, richlgt. >> i hope. it hasn't happened yet. it's not just routine for me. it's routine for everybody that works at the hospital. you go in, where do we go, where do we go, i've been there twice before and they are all sort of sucking on holollipops, they dot call the doctor until it's really going to happen. >> jimmy: right. >> it's all so nonchalant th that -- i don't know. i wish there was -- i wish the hospital staff had more anxiety. >> jimmy: no, you don't. it's natural, too. it's the biggest day of your life and for them, it's wednesday. >> they don't care at all. >> jimmy: do you feel like you're helpful in the delivery room? i will say from my point of
view, i felt patronized. >> in what way? >> jimmy: it was like, here, do this. it was clearly something that could be done by, like, an end table. you know what i mean? >> there's really no reason for us to be in there. >> jimmy: really isn't. >> we don't -- it's not the great thing, it's what we choose. we don't find out the sex of the child until it is actually born. >> jimmy: i did the same thing. >> my job is to say, it's a -- >> jimmy: you're the spotter? >> i'm the spotter. which is kind of fun. >> jimmy: do you find that -- when do this, when you don't find the gender out before hand that people get upset with you? i felt like people were annoyed with me. >> every time. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> we haven't found out with one of our children. we know now. >> jimmy: you figure it out. >> people are really upset. they want to give you gifts and it isompletely opposite of what most people want. they want to plan it out, they want to know what's going to happen and they really take out their sort of compulsions on you. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's not friendly. >> jimmy: what are you going to
do about the room? like, you know what color are you going to paint it? >> does it matter? >> jimmy: it's like, really? >> yellow. green. >> jimmy: we're going to paint it black, of course. >> who cares. >> jimmy: we're raising a goth baby. >> like your kid has any idea what color is room is. >> jimmy: your wife is -- her family is from poland. is she from poland? >> she was born in poland. her father still lives there. she has -- is a full pole. >> jimmy: are there any customs that are unusual to americans -- >> for babies? at their 1st birthday -- such a bizarre thing. they sort of stand the kid up if they are standing, on the table in front of them before the cake comes out, they put all these objects on the table and supposedly what the child picks represents what they'll do with their life or what they'll become and there's -- so strange, it's poland. they put a shot glass, they put
a, like, a spoon, they put a dollar bill and a couple other things and whatever they choose is going to decide what their life will be and the kid always goes for the shot glass, it's the tallest and the shiniest, which means they're going to be an alcoholic. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, that's great news. on "scandal," you -- it seems like -- you're now a good guy, right? >> i don't know. it goes back and forth. they do such a great job of taking us up and down. >> jimmy: you were the devil one minute and now you're good and -- well, i don't want to ruin it, but it was on earlier tonight. >> it was on earlier tonight. >> jimmy: you were wrongly accused. >> i am wrongly accused of killing the president's son. who would kill the president's son? wasn't me. >> jimmy: it wasn't you. >> but yeah, so, i've been put in prison. the president has beat me up trying to get a confession out of me. >> jimmy: that happens. >> that happens.
but i tell get to -- well, before this i was still kissing the girl, which is what matters. >> jimmy: well, maybe, you know what, if dr. phil shows up with some of his chicks -- >> dr. phil. did it seem like he wanted to go to that prison again? >> jimmy: he did. i wanted to go the prison. women beating the walls and try -- >> throwing themselves against the wall. >> jimmy: and your wife has been pregnant for a long while now. i mean, yeah. maybe after the kid's born we take a trip to riker's island. >> we should go. scott foley, everybody. watch "scandal" thursday nights at 9:00 here on abc. we'll be right back with aloe blacc.
damon, we ran out of time for him tonight. "nightline" is next. but first, his album is called "lift your spirit." here with the song "can you do this," aloe blacc. ♪ grab your shotgun cock it back shoot the sun until the sky is black ♪ ♪ now i sure hope if the sun got rhythm but he gone dance when that music hit 'em ♪ ♪ bang bang bang darkness falls in the nighttime i'm camouflage ♪ ♪ now i-i-i-i don't know who you are but girl i wanna know if you can move like this ♪ ♪ and i-i-i-i don't know if you gonna tell me but i wanna know what your name is ♪ ♪ and you-you-you-you gonna make me fall in love with you if you keep on shaking your hips ♪ ♪ now can you do this yeah i can do that can you do this yeah i can do that can you do this yeah i can do that can you do this ♪ ♪ i know you think that you can move but can you groove the way i groove ♪
♪ grab your slingshot find a stone shoot the moon until the night is gone ♪ ♪ now i sure hope that moon got rhythm 'cause he gone rock and when my stone hit 'em ♪ ♪ like boom boom boom let me shine he should know that the day is mine ♪ ♪ now i-i-i-i don't know who you are but girl i wanna know if you can move like this ♪ ♪ and i-i-i-i don't know if you gonna tell me but i wanna know what your name is ♪ ♪ and you-you-you-you gonna make me fall in love with you if you keep on shaking your hips ♪ ♪ now can you do this yeah i can do that can you do this yeah i can do that can you do this yeah i can do that ♪ ♪ can you do this ♪ yeah i can do that ♪ i know you think that you can move but can you groove the way i groove ♪
♪ now why you standing on the wall did you come to dance at all ♪ ♪ i'm watching you girl watching me if you got moves then let me see ♪ ♪ can you do this baby can you move like i do can you shake it shake it mama ♪ ♪ can you do this can you break it on down can you do this ♪ ♪ yeah i can do that ♪ can you do this ♪ yeah i can do that ♪ can you do this ♪ yeah i can do that ♪ can you do this ♪ yeah i can do that ♪ i know you think that you can move but can you groove the way i groove ♪ take it home! thank you. ♪
put your hands together, y'all. come on. ♪ i said love ♪ broken hearts everywhere from stepping on love we don't care ♪ ♪ somebody tell me what we gonna do even though it's plenty to share ♪ ♪ people hungry in the streets it ain't fair ♪ ♪ you don't think about it until it's you now i'm gonna say how i feel and what i wanna say ♪ ♪ is love is the only thing that's real ♪ ♪ now i'm gonna tell you what to do just believe that love is the only thing ♪ ♪ we have that's true love is the answer love is the answer to the questions in your mind ♪
♪ love is the answer this is "nightline." tonight, captured. after a massive manhunt, one of the fbi's most wanted men is now in custody. eric frein. accused of ambushing and killing a state trooper. he then vanished into the wilderness, with feerms he might strike again, entire communities were on lockdown. how police finally got him. plus, the catcall backlash. women fighting back against street harassment by going undercover. but this video gone viral is now provoking a controversy of its own. and, eye of the beholder. like zoe's eyes or maybe zach's? now, you can buy them. in a controversial sgi