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>> jimmy: anna camp and green day still to come. the best part of the holiday season is spending time with family in front of the television. and this year hallmark channel is giving us so many holiday movies we won't have to speak to our in-laws until january. to get into the holiday spirit guillermo counted down to christmas with help from laurie lachlan. >> guillermo: my belly hurt from too many countdown to christmas doughnuts. i'm too fat. to come down to christmas. what can i do? omg, it is hallmark channel's laurie lachlan! >> silly guillermo.
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there's a much jollier way to count down to christmas. hallmark channel's count down to christmas features a lineup of holiday movies all day and night. >> guillermo: laurie lachlan, i've seen every christmas movie there is. >> that's what you think. this year we have more original programming than ever with 19 new movie premieres including five during thanksgiving week. >> guillermo: hear that, guys? >> touching tv, right? >> guillermo: yes, but i also miss my doughnuts. >> dicky: it's countdown to christmas on hallmark channel. watch holiday movies all day and all night including all-new premieres saturday and sunday at 8/7 central. >> jimmy: be right back with anna camp! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: still to come, music from green day. our next guest can sing and dance and act but tonight we talk her new show "good girls
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revolt." all ten episodes available on amazon prime video. please say hello to anna camp! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you just got married too, congratulations. >> i did, yes, thank you. two months. >> jimmy: your husband is a great guy, named skyler, actor. did you meet on "pitch perfect"? >> we did, yes. >> jimmy: did you have to invite the whole cast to the wedding? >> we didn't have to, but we did have a couple of people show up. >> jimmy: who did you decide not to invite? [ laughter ] >> um -- britney was a bridesmaid. >> jimmy: okay, all right. >> which was really great. >> jimmy: nice. it was awesome. liz banks came. she was there. >> jimmy: that's nice. >> it was great to have her. >> jimmy: did you all sing and to the whole thing at the wedding? >> he actually sang, skyler actually wrote me a song. >> jimmy: he did, oh. >> yes. >> jimmy: this must be why he
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didn't invite me to the wedding. [ laughter ] >> maybe. you don't sing? >> jimmy: no, i enjoy watching grooms sing to the brides. >> you would have loved it, it's really, really amazing and beautiful. >> jimmy: doesn't he have friends who make fun of him for that kind of thing? >> there are a few. i love them. i take care of my man. >> jimmy: where did you go on the honeymoon? >> italy. >> jimmy: nice. >> which was beautiful. >> jimmy: yes. >> absolutely stunning. >> jimmy: did you relax? sightseeing? >> we did a little bit of both. a lot of sightseeing. after a while i thought it would be great if we got a couples massage. >> jimmy: nice. >> getting cozy and relaxing and funny story. there was only one masseuse available at the place that we were staying at. i said, you go first, i'll take the next one. so he went in and about an hour later i came out to say how was it, was it great? he looked so relaxed. he said it was awesome. this wonderful woman, elena, did an amazing thing for him.
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so i went in. but first he said she uses a lot of oil, so please tell her not to use that much body oil on you. >> jimmy: oh. >> i said, okay. >> jimmy: this is headed a weird direction. [ laughter ] >> no, no. it get weirder. >> jimmy: oh, good. >> a little bit, yeah. >> jimmy: okay, great. she take off my jacket? [ laughter ] >> maybe. actually, i would keep it on. >> jimmy: let me take off my shirt, keep the jacket on. >> loosen the tie. we get in there. in america, as a woman, you're laying there, they normally cover this part of you with a sheet or something. >> jimmy: i know, yeah. >> as you do, as a woman, you know. >> jimmy: or a man with breasts. [ laughter ] >> a man with man boobs, yes. she doesn't, she removes the sheet. >> jimmy: it's italy, it's europe. >> right. so i kept saying, this is europe, embrace your body, everything is fine, get into it. as i'm saying that, i'm getting more and more tense. but i kept thinking, she's not going to actually massage there.
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>> jimmy: oh. >> there's no way she would actually do that. so i'm like laying there. and i hear the oil start to go. she's getting ready. and boom! >> jimmy: oh, really. >> and then like -- boom! >> jimmy: really? >> oh, yeah, it's happening. it's happening. >> jimmy: wait. first there's a small boom. >> there's a little boom. >> jimmy: then there's a bigger boom? >> yeah, like a rival, like they make contact. >> jimmy: wow. >> then they just get in there, yeah. i just let it happen. >> jimmy: wow! [ laughter ] >> i didn't know what to do, what do you say? do you stop? >> jimmy: you say boom, i don't know what you do. [ laughter ] >> so it ended. i think i said something like, can you please massage my feet? like over and over? >> jimmy: oh, really. >> the kicker though is that we came out and we both paid at one time. i got a discount. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you did? what? >> totally. got a discount. and i wanted to go, thank you?
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>> jimmy: either you got a discount or he had to pay a little extra for something. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> that's probably what happened, yes. >> jimmy: interrogation. wow, how about that. >> exciting times. >> what is "good girls revolt"? a stylish show set in the '60s, where this didn't happen, oil massages, women kept their hands off each other back then. >> they did. the show is set in 1969. it takes place at "news of the week" which is like "newsweek." about the first sexual discrimination lawsuit filed. >> jimmy: the first one for real? >> yes. there wouldn't be female journalists if not for these women who stood up for themselves, stood up for their rights, said no to boob-touching. >> jimmy: is that what they did say no to? >> we deal with a little sexual harassment stuff in the show, yeah. >> jimmy: that still goes to. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: allegedly, we hear that it still goes on.
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>> yeah. >> jimmy: all the time, yeah. is it fun to do a show like that where you're in a period, you're there in a different time frame? >> it's great. it's fantastic, yeah. "mad men" is one of my favorite shows of all-time. to go back into the day. they do a fantastic job with sets and hair and makeup. >> jimmy: do you wear the little hats ever on the show? >> i didn't. >> jimmy: you didn't, okay, yeah. maybe next season that will be a fun thing. >> maybe, i will let them know. hopefully they will see this. >> jimmy: i was like -- in the '60s they wear the little hats. >> little tiny hats? >> jimmy: it looks like something a cupcake would come in, you know what i mean? >> very fancy. >> jimmy: now they use them for cupcakes. back then they would be for women and monkeys wore them too. >> i would love to wear one. >> jimmy: well, listen. you know what, if your writer -- a gift from me, i don't want credit for that. congratulations on your wedding and your new show, "good girls revolt." it's available now on amazon
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prime video. anna camp, everybody! we'll be right back with green day. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: i want to thank shia labeouf, anna camp, apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next. first their album called "revolution radio." here with the song "bang bang," green day! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i get my kicks and i want to start a rager
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i want to dance like i'm on the video ♪ ♪ i got a fever for the violent behavior i'm sweating bullets like a modern romeo ♪ ♪ bang bang give me fame shoot me up to entertain ♪ ♪ i am a semi-automatic lonely boy you're dead i'm well fed ♪ ♪ give me death or give me -- daddy's little psycho and mommy's little soldier ♪ ♪ ♪ i testify like a lullaby of memories broadcasting live and it's on my radio ♪ ♪ i got my photo bomb i got my vietnam i love a lie just like anybody else ♪ ♪ bang bang give me fame shoot me up to entertain ♪ ♪ i am a semi-automatic
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lonely boy you're dead i'm well fed ♪ ♪ give me death or give me -- daddy's little psycho and mommy's little soldier ♪ ♪ broadcasting from my room and playing with my toys i want to be a celebrity martyr ♪ ♪ the leading man in my own private drama ♪ ♪ hurrah bang bang hurrah bang bang ♪ ♪ the hero of the hour daddy's little psycho and mommy's little soldier ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i want to be like the soldiers on the screen ♪ ♪ it's my private ho, ho-ly war oh, baby baby, this is viva vendetta ♪ ♪ for this is love or it's world war zero ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ah, ah, ah ah, ah, ah ♪ ♪ i want to be a celebrity martyr the leading man in my own private drama ♪ ♪ hurrah bang bang hurrah bang bang ♪ ♪ the hero of the hour daddy's little psycho and mommy's little soldier ♪ ♪ i want to be a celebrity martyr the leading man in my own private drama ♪ ♪ hurrah bang bang hurrah bang bang ♪ ♪ the hero of the hour daddy's little psycho and mommy's little soldier ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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this is "nightline." >> tonight, kate speaking out. those adorable toddlers now relentless teens and tweens. >> no i'm not doing this! >> kate gosselin addressing reports of alleged child abuse. the family's strained relationship with her ex-husband jon. and trying to date as a single mother of eight. plus watch and learn. it's sex ed for the internet. >> masturbation. sexual orientation and gender identity. >> a youtube sensation teaching kids about the birds and the bees. >> i'm trying to cover all the things i wish that i had known what i was about 12 or 13. >> now an advocate against sexual assault and harassment. take it yeezy. ♪ lights flash >> kanye west hospitalized, his tour canceled days after an onstage meltdown under all the lights. >> i've been sent here to give y'all the truth!
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good evening. what started with adorable home videos of the eight gosselin children has blossomed into a 10-year-long reality show empire. as the new season of "kate plus 8" is about to premiere kate gosselin is opening up about
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everything from recent allegations of child abuse to her rocky relationship with her exhusband to what it's like living with eight tweens and teens. ♪ happy birthday >> reporter: from toddlers -- ♪ happy birthday to you >> reporter: to teenagers. ♪ you're 16 once and it's right now ♪ >> reporter: for a decade we've watched the gosselin family grow up, seeing some of the highs, the lows, and the stress. >> no, i'm not doing this! >> reporter: that come with raising eight kids. kate gosselin telling my colleague amy robach that older isn't necessarily easier. >> what's harder, toddlers or teenagers? >> i believe that some days babies would be easier and that scares me because that was really hard. eight teenagers. just stop and think. and i have a really loud bark but my bite is so useless. >> reporter: kate, divorced
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since 2009 from jon, is a single mother to 12-year-old sextuplets and 16-year-old twins. along with the family's upcoming season of "kate plus 8" comes new drama splashing across the tabloids. kate now speaking out about those headlines. >> we see your son colin in this new season. a few months ago you revealed he is away seeking treatment for educational and social challenges. how did you come to that decision? it had to be a really tough one. >> it was not even really a choice. it was on the advice of his doctors. it had to happen. >> how's he doing? >> he's plodding along and we are too. this is the best thing i can do for him right now so that comforts me. >> there are reports that colin told staffers at his treatment facility that he was abused by you and child services reportedly opened an investigation. >> i'm in the public eye. i've been investigated many times. it's always unfounded, obviously. >> so they're all unfounded?
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>> yes, absolutely. i mean, visit my kids and they've got a great life. >> jon drops a major bombshell about one of his eight children -- >> reporter: a few days ago jon gosselin claiming he hasn't seen his son colin for more than a year and a half. >> i have an idea where he is but i don't really know like where he is. i think it's about filming and money. if i get any right, i'm not going to sign for my kids to film. >> jon claims that you won't tell him where colin is. any truth to that? >> we are both court ordered no the to speak about the care and custody of our children in detail. i conduct myself in interviews such that my kids can watch every single one. private information seems to make its way to the tabloids, and i need to put my children first. and i've known all along where he is, but the world doesn't know. and i'll leave it at that. >> jon's

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