tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC April 4, 2016 11:35pm-12:38am PDT
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>> jimmy: very nice. hi, everybody. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks to you guys for being here. i know we're in -- i know you're all very busy texting and whatnot so i appreciate your time, you're so good to me. there were primaries and caucuses or cauci? it was all cauci in three states. donald trump and hillary clinton won the big one, arizona. ted cruz won utah. bernie sanders won idaho and utah. it's like t-ball. everybody won something. except john kasich, he didn't win anything. at this point it's mathematically impossible for john kasich to win the nomination but he's still running. it would be like if michigan state refused to drop out of the ncaa basketball tournament after they lost last week. donald trump did well in arizona largely because of his promise to fill the grand canyon with illegal immigrants and then have
superman pick them up and fly them all back over the border. voter turnout was very high in idaho and utah. there were lines around the block. it's rare to see so many white people waiting in line for something that isn't a new apple product. [ laughter ] or "star wars" movie. bernie sanders was expected to win idaho and he did win. he's popular there. he's popular because he kind of looks like a potato if you hit him in the right light. cnn was on the ground in boise last night to capture the intense voter enthusiasm. >> -- could be the largest single caucus in u.s. history. how are you doing, are you excited? >> arrgh! >> a lot of excitement here, wolf. >> "the walking dead in idaho." cnn loves naming these election nights. they had super tuesday, super tuesday 2, super tuesday 3, yesterday is what they called western tuesday. next week is the all-important ruby tuesday. where kids eat free. ted cruz had a pretty good
night. cruz won more than half the vote in utah, which means he'll get all of their delegates. and he still has a chance to win the nomination. donald trump finished third in utah and got very upset when he saw an ad that targeted mormon voters. this is the ad they used an old photo from "gq" magazine from his wife malaria. shot before they were married. the ad was the work of a super pac called make america awesome, it's a real thing. trump put the blame on ted cruz. wow, senator ted cruz, that is some low-level ad you used, a picture of melania in a "gq" shoot. careful, i'll spill the beans on your wife. he deleted that tweet and replaced it with this. lying ted cruz used a picture of melania from a "gq" shoot in his ad. be careful, lying ted, or i will spill the beans on your wife. only donald trump would delete a threatening tweet then replace it with a slightly more threatening tweet. [ cheers and applause ]
by the way -- how do you spill the beans on heidi cruz? look at her. this woman hasn't spilled a bean in her life. [ laughter ] if she did she'd mop it up with an anti-bacterial wet wipe. whether ted cruz specifically authorized that ad or not, his supporters should leave his wife out of it. she's not running for office. whatever she did in the past is between her, her husband, and the service he ordered her from. [ audience groaning ] >> jimmy: the cruzes and trumps would be the greatest episode of "celebrity wife swap" ever, wouldn't it? ted cruz picked up a key endorsement from jeb bush which is great. now he gets all jeb's supporters. [ laughter ] the republican establishment seems to be doing all they can do behind the scenes to topple donald trump. in front of the scenes too. mitt romney in particular has his magic underwear in a bunch when it comes to donald trump. he's asking voters to stop what he calls trumpism and support
ted cruz. in fact, mitt released this powerful ad that really details the differences between trump and cruz in an easy to follow way. >> i'm mitt romney. this primary, republicans need to stand up to trumpism by supporting ted cruz. the differences are clear. donald trump wants to build a wall and deport 11 million immigrants. so does ted cruz. but trump's economic plan calls for a budget-busting, multi-trillion dollar tax cut with no way to pay for it. as does ted cruz's. the difference is this, ted cruz as a strong conservative like donald trump opposes birth control, abortion, obamacare, and regulation. here's the thing, donald trump is despised by fellow republicans in congress. and so is ted cruz. but this -- and this is key -- ted cruz has called for carpet bombing terrorists until the sand glows in the dark. whereas donald trump doesn't have any position on whether the
sand should glow at the end. this election, the choice is clear. say no to trump. and say yes to the guy who's almost exactly the same, but without the steaks and vodka. >> paid for by americans for trump, but not that trump. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: meanwhile, president obama is totally out of this. he was in cuba yesterday. he enjoyed a baseball game between the tampa bay rays and the cuban national team. the rays won it 4-1 which means we're the best. baseball is very popular in cuba. even more popular than it is here. the main difference between cuban baseball and american baseball is when there everyone everyone sings "i don't care if i never get back" they mean it. it was an historic day at the ballpark and bob lee of espn found himself right smack dab in the middle of it. >> as we were with the president -- this is about much more than a baseball game. what do you believe this guy accomplished?
[ speaking foreign language ] >> lindsay, this is about more than just -- more than just -- more than just -- we have a moment here with a political demonstration. [ speaking foreign language ] >> somebody throw it back to the studio. >> jimmy: each of them had a different reaction. each reaction was correct in its own way. in other international sports news, former nba star nate robinson sat for an interview in israel. he plays for a team in tel aviv. nate made a new friend. >> i know how hard i play. i know how hard everything is. >> sup, mate? >> sup, bro? >> i want to play with you one on one. >> when? >> you play one on one. >> when? >> i beat everybody. >> that's not me. >> who is last? >> okay. >> okay? we play one on one. >> one on one.
>> and i beat you, huh? >> yeah, now that's an interview. >> thank you, bro. >> jimmy: nothing more intimidating than riding away in a tiny neon green bicycle. but that wasn't the end of this interaction. >> nate! kick your ass! >> how come we d't play? >> i play division 2, next year i play division 1, i kick your ass, nate! >> nice fit young man right there. that sounds like a challenge. it does sound like a challenge. i'll bust his ass. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: please do that, please give that ass a good busting. i'd rather see that than the nba finals. i really would. any of you been watching the o.j. simpson show on fx? [ cheers and applause ] i don't want to spoil the ending but it's good. the show usually airs on tuesday nights at 10:00. but because this is a holiday weekend coming up on sunday they have a special holiday-themed episode that i think looks really great.
we have an exclusive clip. >> could it be anyone else's dna? >> that blood has a particular set of characteristics that could only occur proximately in 1 in 170 million individuals. >> one person in 170 million. is that one person who matches all that dna in this courtroom today? >> yes, he is. >> could you please point him out for the jury? let the record show mr. fong is pointing to the defendant, mr. orenthal james simpson. [ cheeping ] >> yeah, this guy's totally guilty. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. we have to take a break. when we come back, i'm going to try to figure out if people on
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everyone, welcome back. increase at any bell, john bernthal, music from locrash is on the way. we do our show on hollywood boulevard, where people from all over the world come to visit. when you're here for as many years as i have been here you get very good at people watching. i play a game sometimes, i try to guess whether people on the street, whether a person is or isn't an american. and it's time to play that now on tv. it's time for "foreigner or not?" we'll go the wall of america, cousin sal is standing by, how are you doing?
>> sal: cousin jimmy, how's it going? >> jimmy: well, thank you. here's how this works. cousin sal has selected some pedestrians. his object is to trick me. i've never seen these people before. i guess that's the guy with you right now? >> sal: this is going to be him. >> jimmy: that's mclemore, isn't it? i mean -- okay, so now i'm going to tell you something. i know this gentleman speaks english, so that narrows it down for me. we've instructed the pedestrians not to speak so i can't hear if they have an accent. it's up to me to figure out if he or she in this case he is a foreigner or not. all right, very good. let me see, let's see, okay. we got this guy. can we pan down and see his shoes? which are oftentimes an indication. okay. let's see. those look like -- i don't know what those are. those some are weird brand we don't have, maybe. he's tucking his jeans into his shoes, is that a thing now that people do here? [ audience: no ] >> jimmy: our audience says no. the preripped jeans could be
from anywhere. let's see. the shirt tooks very tailored. i am going to say this gentleman -- hey, are you trimming your chest hair? okay, he knows not to say anything. i'm going to say that this gentleman is a foreigner. >> sal: let's see it, mclemore. >> jimmy: let's see your flag. he's an american! oh. where are you from? >> tennessee. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, he really is an american. >> sal: american. >> jimmy: are you here on vacation? >> i live in los angeles now. >> jimmy: you live in los angeles now, why did you move here? >> a lot of opportunity. just wanted something new. >> jimmy: all right. very good. >> sal: just to play this stupid game, that's all. >> be on the show. >> jimmy: we have a gift for you. since you are an american and you're here in america, an american apple pie for you. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm off to a bad start. oh, interesting.
this character -- all right. so he's got a red sox hat on. which means -- which could mean he went to boston. the hat looks pretty new. can we get -- can we just really have a look at that hat? because it seems like he was in boston and then flew here. okay. i'm looking at his eyes and he's got a little bit of a moustache -- really, i don't know if he's trying to grow facial hair? okay. we know he speaks english. we saw a little smile. that's one of my tricks. all right. let's keep going down his body. let's stop at his nipples! okay, we can't really see them. keep going down. okay, all right. very good. oh, wait, what was that key chain thing? darth vader key chain? oh, yeah, he's got to be an american. let's go to him. i'm going to say you are an american! are you? >> sal: oh, no. >> jimmy: oh my goodness! wow, where are you from in mexico?
>> i'm from sonora, mexico. >> jimmy: oh, god. you know, i blame you for this, guillermo. >> guillermo: you don't see his face? >> jimmy: i see his face. i see your face too. >> guillermo: that tell you everything. >> jimmy: that doesn't tell me anything. all right, well. congratulations, you tricked me. there you go, apple pie for you, enjoy. i'm not doing well. i got them all last time. all right. all right, here we go again. i can tell by the haircut this is a foreigner. that is my final word on it. are you a foreigner? or not? oh, no! what kind of a haircut is that for an american? [ laughter ] >> i'm from portland. >> jimmy: oh, okay, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] all right. all right, well cousin sal has a pie for you. i guess there's no way i can win, really. i guess i should give up. but guess what, i'm not going to give up. you know what i am?
i'm an american. [ cheers and applause ] what? now i think i should have given up. [ laughter ] >> sal: yeah. >> jimmy: all right, okay, well. boy, holy moly there's a lot to take in here. there is a great deal. sal, you might get bedbugs from this guy. >> sal: i hope that's all i get. >> jimmy: all right, so we got a necklace, we got a lot of hair on top, we got a lot of hair all over, really. very muscular. let's keep going downwards. i pray to jesus that he's not an american. all right, we're going down -- he's wearing nikes, okay, all right. all right, let's go back up. i'm going to say -- i'm going to say he's a foreigner. are you a foreigner? or not? he says he is a foreigner! [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: where are you from? >> i'm persian. >> jimmy: i'm sorry? >> i'm persian from iran. >> jimmy: from what? >> iran. >> jimmy: iran? >> yeah. >> jimmy: wow. wow you're hairy. are you one of the less-hairy guys in iran? >> actually, i'm not that hairy. >> jimmy: yeah, not that hairy. what are you doing, here on vacation? >> i've come from norway. i'm an instructor of offshore drilling control system. >> jimmy: you came from norway, that threw me off. that norway thing can sometimes throw me off the scent. i'm like a dog in that way. and you're here doing what? >> i'm instructor, i was in houston running some courses, training courses. now took a vacation afterwards. >> jimmy: i don't understand anything he's saying. >> sal: he's talking about horses. >> jimmy: give him a pie and send him on his way. thank you, cousin sal. thanks everyone for playing "foreigner or not." there you go. tonight on the show music from locash.
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>> jimmy: hi, there. welcome back. tonight, from "daredevil" on netflix, jon bernthal is here. he plays the punisher. then, their ep is called "i love this life." locash from the samsung stage. tomorrow night an interesting show, hillary clinton will be here tomorrow. peter kraus will be here. music from fifth harmony. please join us then. our first guest is a very gifted movie and television star with a voice that launched a trillion little princess annas. you can see her alongside melissa mccarthy in the new movie "the boss." >> we ought to get on a schedule -- oh my god! close your robe.
>> absolutely not, i'm self-tanning and my legs are wet. >> you need to wipe some of that off your face, it dries darker. >> does it? that's not what the bottle says. oh, oh, it's okay. it's coming off like a dream on your towel. >> you need to clean up the bathroom. and consider staying away from self-tanner altogether. your pelvic region is the color of curry. >> i will stay clear, thank you. >> that's not a compliment. >> jimmy: "the boss" opens april 8th. please welcome kristen bell! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: no dachesing on this show, you know that. dancing is not allowed. it's like that town from "footloose." very good to see you, how are you? >> i'm great. >> you and melissa are very
funny together, did you know her before this movie? >> no, although i've always been such a fan. dax my husband worked with her. they grew up in los angeles together. they were groundlings. they did improv comedy 15, 20 years ago. and i was always secretly really jealous that he knew her, that he was friendly with her. >> jimmy: he knew her, dax shepherd, your husband, but he withheld her from you. >> yeah, he was not sharing. >> jimmy: and now i'll bet you're closer to melissa than dax is. >> and she's mine because i've seen her vagina. >> jimmy: that's how you know. >> that's right. we got very intimate during this movie. >> jimmy: i saw that, yeah. can you describe what happened? or would that give it away? >> no, there's a -- we've been teasing it a lot. there's a big boobie fight. there's a boob fight. >> jimmy: what does that mean exactly? >> well, jimmy, we get -- she attempts to help me get a little lift. and we end up, you know, punching each other in the tits for a while.
i mean, i think -- i mean, quite honestly, i might have cheated on on my husband with melissa mccarthy. because we were -- i mean, boobs are funny to begin with. it's a funny scene because we were slapping each other's boobs, she was grabbing my straps, you know. >> jimmy: seems like that would hurt? >> oh, sure, sure, it does, yeah. >> jimmy: oh, it does. >> we were a little bit bruised but laughing very hard the entire time. >> jimmy: you have a great cast in the movie. besides you and melissa, you've got -- who else is in the movie? kathy bates. tim simon who's on "veep." kristin shaw is in the movie. peter dinklage is very funny. >> so funny. >> jimmy: i always worry about giving too much away. >> he's the best. >> jimmy: he's great, yeah. he's absolutely great. >> big fan. >> jimmy: you love him? >> so much. >> jimmy: is he your favorite on "game of thrones"? >> yes, of course. >> jimmy: he is, okay. >> i mean, now that jon snow is -- you know. >> jimmywe don't know that. we don't know that.
>> don't we though? i don't know. >> jimmy: in a way we do. but in a way we don't. >> well -- listen, peter is my favorite because, first of all, he is like charisma personified. he had everyone on our set eating out of his hand. like he's always sitting on set like vaguely listening to us chatter and doing the "new york times" crossword puzzle. and not the monday one. like the sunday one. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> yes, he's hyper-intelligent. he'll throw out a witty comment every now and again and melissa and i are just like -- and desperate for a "game of thrones" clue. he was like, you know what i should tell you -- no, i can't, i can't. he toyed with us. >> jimmy: speaking of toying with you. you posted some pictures to instagram today that i want to ask you about. you need to explain -- >> i don't think these need any explaining. >> i don't think they do either. but i think we should explain that one of them is your action figure. >> yes. >> jimmy: and the other is --
sxngets one is therian lannister. how this came about was when peter wasn't on set, because we all loved him so much. >> jimmy: yeah. >> we had a lannister figurine. by the monitors. then a couple weeks later someone brought in an anna figurine. i'm not saying i put them in these positions. but i'm not saying that i didn't. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: these are adults at work. he did or did not know about this? >> no, he doesn't know about that. i tried to play it very cool. >> jimmy: how do you play it that cool? >> well -- >> jimmy: oh, with him, i see. >> like when we first met in the trailer. i was like, be cool, kristin, be cool, you can do this. >> jimmy: you were that nervous? >> oh, yeah. he's like my favorite. and i'm such a "game of thrones" junkie.
one of the first phrases i taught my kid to say was "winter is coming." she used to run around, "winter coming, winter coming!" i've made her a jon snow costume. our grandparents had given us a toy castle. the thing you get from playskool. she was on it and i was like, this looks just like castle black, i should make her a costume. i went to joann fabrics and i cut her a night's watch costume. here's how i knew it was meant to be. because that afternoon that i was like, we're doing this photo shoot, kid. and she was like, agh! i don't understand! some random friend stopped by with a giant white german shepherd. a dire wolf, you guys. >> jimmy: like the wolf, yeah. >> i obviously popped him in the photos and it's great. i've got them up on the wall. >> jimmy: i don't know if you're aware that your show "house of lies" on showtime is on at the same time as "game" -- >> that's a real bummer. that's a bummer for us. our show is very good.
but when i met him i tried so hard to be cool. and i think i said like, so nice to meet you, peter, i'm kristen. wait -- wait, you're on a show, right? aren't you on a show? >> jimmy: ah. >> aren't you on a show? >> jimmy: that is playing it too cool? >> i don't know, probably he saw right through me. >> jimmy: do your daughters go nuts that you're princess anna? is that a big thing? >> no, they could care less. >> jimmy: they don't care? >> god no. >> jimmy: why? >> because they live to break down my self-esteem. [ laughter ] it's that and i think, well, we don't -- they don't watch much tv. they're 1 and 3. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> they're new to it all. >> jimmy: 3 is old enough. >> she's heard the songs at school. she got sick last month. and dax said like, should we put on a movie? when they're sick you want them to be comforted. he said, should we blow her mind and put on "frozen"? and we did. and she was -- i took a picture. she was watching like this. and about 15 minutes in she said, mommy, i think you should turn this off. >> jimmy: really? oh, no. >> yeah, she didn't like it. >> jimmy: who could have guessed
you'd have the only children in america that don't like "frozen." >> i know. >> jimmy: i guess it makes sense -- >> i could have guessed it. >> jimmy: no one wants to hear their mother sing? >> no. >> jimmy: we have a little surprise. it's not a surprise. when i say surprise i mean it is not at all a surprise. >> okay, yeah, because i know about it. >> jimmy: because you know about it which makes it not a surprise. let's put it up on the wall. those people, every one of the women, are named kristen bell. [ cheers and applause ] >> good name. >> jimmy: every one of these people is a kristen bell. when we come back, kristen bell is going to talk to the kristen bells. after this. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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yeah part of the complete breakfast >> jimmy: we're back with kristen bell. jon bernthal and locash are still to come. kristin, have you ever met another kristen bell? >> no. >> jimmy: never, ever in your life? >> no, i only know that there is one kristen bell because i recently joined instagram and the name was taken. >> jimmy: all right, could have been somebody just stealing your name. but you're about to meet not just one but nine different kristen bells. let's put them up on the wall of america. ladies, hello. >> hello. >> hi. >> hi. >> jimmy: if your name is kristen bell raise your hand!
>> what a bunch of babes. >> jimmy: we've got them of them here. yeah, they're representing your name very well. let's start with kristin in cincinnati. hello, kristin in cincinnati. >> hi, oh my god. i love being kristin bell. >> jimmy: do you like it? >> you're so -- >> i love it. it's a lot of perks to it. >> jimmy: what perks? to being kristen bell? >> i recently registered for a class online. when i went, the man was kind of disappointed and said i was hoping you were the real kristen bell. i said, i'm "the" kristen bell. >> jimmy: that doesn't sound like a perk though. sounds like you're spreading disappointment wherever you go. >> i still get to talk about the service though. >> jimmy: all right, let's meet another kristen bell. kristen bell in austin, texas, hello, kristen bell. >> hello! >> jimmy: wow, how you doing? >> i'm doing good. i wanted to tell you, we have the exact same middle name as well.
>> jimmy: oh, wow. >> my full name is the exact same, spelled the same way. >> with an "e"? >> with an "e" and everything. >> jimmy: has this caused you any confusion, any problems? >> lots of disappointment. but i've been trying to get your phone number. >> jimmy: you've ruined all these people's lives. >> i'm sorry! >> jimmy: kristin, say hello to kristin in clearfield in gainesville, in highland village, texas, fayetteville -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: let's show kristin in fayetteville. she's in full uniform. >> looking sharp, bell! >> jimmy: hi, kristin. >> thank you. >> looking real nice. >> jimmy: tell us, what is it -- >> what is your rank? >> i am a staff sergeant in the united states army reserve. i work for a living, not an officer. >> jimmy: i see. wow. oh, wow, the officers are going to be thrilled to hear that one. you're doing pushups tomorrow morning. >> yeah.
>> jimmy: you too are kristen bell. what is your middle name? >> kristen renee. >> jimmy: kristen renee. >> that's a really good one. >> jimmy: and what do you do, what are your duties there? >> i'm a signal soldier in an airborne unit. >> jimmy: wow. >> that sounds like a very big responsibility. do you tell them when to like bring it down? >> no, i just like to talk on the phone and jump out of airplanes. >> oh, you jump out of airplanes. >> like skydiving? >> we do static lines. so we actually hook and up we have jump masters that push us out of the plane. >> oh, wow. >> jimmy: this kristen bell gets pushed out of planes. >> she's crazy. this kristen bell is crazy. >> jimmy: all kristen bells are crazy. >> touche. >> jimmy: thank you, kristen bells, for chatting with us. we wish kristen bell well. thanks again. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all the kristens have to go see kristen in "the boss," opens in theaters april 8th and
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. still to come, music from locash. after our next guest's best friend killed him and he became a zombie, and then got killed again, his career has really taken off. he plays the super vigilante known as the punisher in season 2 of "daredevil" which is now on netflix. please welcome jon bernthal. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how's it going? i have to say i've been enjoying you as the punisher on "daredevil." i'm at the fourth episode and you did a very nice job. are you getting feedback from the comic book fans? >> yeah, you know -- so far, hopefully the response has been pretty good. the comic book audience -- it's a passionate group. you know. they're a loyal group and
they've been good to me so i appreciate them. yeah, i was in -- >> jimmy: plus who's going to say something nasty to you? >> i tell you what, i was in atlanta last week shooting a film. and i went in just to a convenience store to get a pack of gum. there's a guy, got his name tag, says paul. i just was buying what i was buying. and he said to me, hey, man, i'll be watching march 18th. i said, cool, paul, i hope you like it. he goes, yeah, i hope so too. and gives me this death stare. all right, hey, man! >> jimmy: that's just paul being paul, you know? >> yeah, dude. paul, man. >> jimmy: how many little kids do you have? >> i've got three. one of them is here. little billy bernthal is here. he's in the back. >> jimmy: how old is he? >> he just turned 3. >> jimmy: does he know his father is a lunatic vigilante? >> i wish he did, man. i wish it would intimidate him a little bit. >> jimmy: if you showed him 10 seconds of that show he'd go to bed on time like that. there would be no question about it. >> i wish.
>> jimmy: i can only imagine if my dad was a superhero. he's not, by the way. he really isn't. so he has no idea what's going on with you? >> no, i mean, if you ask who the punisher is he'll look at me. but we just asked him who do you like better, the punisher or daredevil and he quickly said daredevil. that just happened here. >> jimmy: oh, well. i was hoping the punisher would have the skull on his chest. but that's not the thing anymore. like you don't -- people don't -- it's more realistic so they don't have the costumes. >> you never know, jimmy. >> jimmy: might have it? >> yeah, tune into the old netflix and find out. >> jimmy: i see, interesting. do you have the next season already kind of planned and in mind? >> well, no -- i mean, one of the things with marvel is sort of in the exact same conversation where they hired me, they told me to keep my mouth shut. >> jimmy: i see. -- yeah they're pretty secretive. >> jimmy: in a way you've already revealed too much. >> i think so. >> jimmy: how do you prepare for a role like that?
is that something that you just go, put on the costume and that's that? >> yeah, i wish, man. you know, if i was maybe a better actor i could, you know, go to the bars and the night clubs and go eat chinese food and just show and up be like, i'm the punisher. but no, i have to -- i have to sort of stay in it. i have to stay it in pretty fully. >> jimmy: stay in character? >> yeah. a little bit. >> jimmy: really? >> i know it sounds pretentious. >> jimmy: do you punish people? go around punishing people? >> it's a lot of the, you know, isolation and sort of not having too much fun. i think, you know, he lives in a world of darkness. so i think my job is to kind of embrace that. >> jimmy: wow, that sounds terrible. >> it's terrible. it's not fun, it's the opposite. >> jimmy: it's like, oh, that's something else. is there like training or anything like that? >> yeah, there's a lot of training. there's a lot of training. it's a very ambitious -- you know, the fights on that show
are very ambitious. we do i think movie-quality fights in and a tv schedule. >> jimmy: how far in advance of shoot doing you get into character? is it that day? or is it the week before? >> you know, it's pretty much -- it's pretty much ongoing. i'm definitely not that much fun while i'm playing this part. >> jimmy: even now? >> no, man, i'm good, man, i'm here with you. >> jimmy: you seem pretty fun. how much fun must he be? >> yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: around the kids? are you brooding? >> i think that's really, you know -- for me i don't want to get too heavy but i think that's really sort of -- >> jimmy: their problem? >> no, i mean, look. that's the -- you know, that's a tough part of the job. i really -- i got to stay pretty separate. >> jimmy: kids are like, dad needs to make a movie in hawaii. >> rom-com. >> jimmy: something light. >> totally. >> jimmy: what an opportunity to do something like this. >> i'm very grateful. >> jimmy: you have a master's degree, is that correct? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: harvard university? >> yeah. i mean -- i don't technically have the master's degree because
you have to go to college to get one of those and i didn't finish college. i did get accepted into the harvard master's program. i'll tell you, jimmy. a master's program from harvard, it does not do much for you. >> jimmy: it doesn't? really? >> no, it's just something to talk about. >> jimmy: it doesn't get you -- if i was looking at an actor's resume and i saw harvard master's, i'd say this guy i've got to talk to. >> if you want to talk that's cool. hire me is a different story. >> jimmy: i see. >> i'm really grateful for my time there. i learned a lot. but it doesn't help you much. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so the message is, don't go to college. right? >> education. >> jimmy: you heard it from the punisher himself. >> know what i mean? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, it's very good to see you. "daredevil" is on netflix, the whole season, season two. jon bernthal is the punisher. be right back with music from locash!
>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. thank you so much. did you say honey? hey, try some? mmm that is tasty. is it real? of course... are you? nope animated you know i'm always looking for real honey for honey nut cheerios well you've come to the right place. great, mind if i have another taste? not at all mmm you're all right bud? never better i don't know if he likes that. yeah part of the complete breakfast
>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i want to thank kristen bell, jon bernthal and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, their ep is called "i love this life" here with the title-track, locash. ♪ ♪ ♪ i love my boots broke in i love my camo hat ♪ ♪ don't mind a little paint on my jeans yeah i roll like that ♪ ♪ i love driving my truck across the railroad tracks if you hit it too quick it'll hit ya right back ♪ ♪ i love a fresh cut field with a first frost on how it shines like gold when the sun turns on ♪
♪ i love the sound of them wheels with my baby singing along ♪ ♪ when "the boys of summer" comes on ♪ ♪ i love my small town world i love a country girl i love a friday night man i love this life ♪ ♪ the sound of an ol' dirt road rollin' through mind man i love man i love man i love this life ♪ ♪ ♪ i love that county line bar where they all know my drink ♪ ♪ the way she throws her hands up when that cover band plays ♪ ♪ i love that taste of her lips when she's been sipping that wine ♪ ♪ i still get drunk on her every time ♪ ♪ i love my small town world i
love a country girl i love a friday night man i love this life ♪ ♪ the sound of an ol' dirt road rollin' through mind man i love man i love man i love this life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh-oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ ♪ i love this life i love this life ♪ ♪ i love that ragged old barn that my grandpa made ♪ ♪ it was my whole world back in my innocent days ♪ ♪ i love that little white church out on one-oh-nine ♪ ♪ it's where i hit my knees and
thank the lord for this life of mine ♪ ♪ i love my small town world i love a country girl i love a friday night man i love this life ♪ ♪ the sound of an ol' dirt road rollin' through mind man i love man i love man i love this life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh-oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh-oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ohh man i love this life ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
♪ well i never seen you in this town ♪ ♪ if you need somebody to show you around i know somebody ♪ ♪ it's a little too loud for talking here ♪ ♪ and your eyes are saying you want to disappear ♪ ♪ i know a place and i know somebody ♪ ♪ somebody with gas in the truck sitting right outside ♪ ♪ ready to roll if you're ready to ride ♪ ♪ somebody with a moonlit sky yeah i know a guy ♪ ♪ i know somebody that's lost all reason to smile ♪ ♪ love you like a song on the radio dial note ♪ if that's what you want
tonight i know somebody ♪ ♪ and you're looking right in his eyes i know somebody i know somebody i know somebody ♪ this is "nightline." >> tonight -- >> how great are they? >> diamond and silk. those are the names of two youtube personalities stumping for donald trump. with so many people furious about the gop front-runner's comments about women, why are these women urging orthos to help make america great again? the haller back girls troupe. gwen stefani reflecting on her deeply personal new album. >> wow, i can't go down -- >> how she channelled a rocky year into pop gold. >> i'm not going to fail. try doing this in the elevator -- >> is the key to confidence in your posture? first here the "nightline 5."