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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, matthew perry -- from "chips," michael pena -- and music from paul shaffer featuring jenny lewis and shaggy. and now, stick around -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, there. hi, there, i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. thanks for everything, really. i want to send a warm welcome to those of you watching on the east coast where winter storm stella has not been as terrible as everyone seemed to think it would be. this was supposed to be a huge storm.
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then rachel maddow talked about it on msnbc for an hour and it turned out to be nothing. [ laughter ] so this is pretty great. this is a report from long beach, new york, where the freezing conditions did not stop this man from taking a surfboard into the sea. stick with this one because it's worth it. >> tell me how those waves are. >> a little bit sloppy. >> were you able to get any action out there? >> a little bit. >> how long did you stay out for? >> floated a mile. do you have a van here? >> we do have a van here, that big news van. >> do you want to give me a ride back to my car? >> we might be able to work something out for you, what's your name? >> adam. >> do you always surf the crazy storms? >> no. my first time. >> your first time. are you going to go out again? >> yeah, i think i'll try surfing again. >> do you usually do it in the summer? >> no, this is my first time surfing. >> period? >> yeah. >> ever? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you know, on second thought, i don't think we're going to let you in the van. [ cheers and applause ] you know, i like to find a silver lining in situations like
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this weather thing. last night on the show i issued a youtube challenge to those of you who were holed up at home because of the snow, i challenged you to go outside, gather a snowball, then throw it onto someone who's asleep. a lot of people did do this. here's one of them. >> here, jimmy kimmel. i served a snowball in bed, now i'm definitely going to be dead. it's snowing! jimmy kimmel made me do it. >> [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. >> sorry! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was more than a ball. that's good too. once again your mission is to go outside, pack a fresh ball of snow, not ice, we don't want to knock out teeth, wake somebody up with it, post the video to youtube with the title hey jimmy kimmel i served a snowball in bed. keep an eye out for a message from us.
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we just want to get to know you, not any other reason. by the way, we have a very special guest sitting in with the cletones tonight. the great paul shaffer is here with us. >> hey, jimmy. thanks for having me. i'm rocking with the cletones. >> jimmy: you're having fun with the cletones? >> rocking hard with the cletones. >> jimmy: tom bones malone sitting in. trombone. [ cheers and applause ] >> we're thrilled to be here with you. >> jimmy: i'm very excited to have you here. paul has a new album, "paul shaffer and the world's most dangerous band." and by the way. you're going to play with jenny lewis and shaggy. >> both of them do guest shots on the record, they sing beautiful songs, we're going to play them for you tonight. >> jimmy: i know you've done some stuff with jenny lewis. how did you and shaggy meet and get together? >> i was looking for the aerie heights and there he was. >> jimmy: he's always there if you need him. paul will be here all night tonight. he'll be playing for us later on in the program. [ cheers and applause ] last night, i mentioned this a moment ago, last night on msnbc
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we finally got a look at donald trump's tax returns, sort of. rachel maddow, on twitter yesterday rachel wrote, i have his tax returns, i will be revealing them on-air. of course everyone went nuts. this is how crazy he's made us. we're rushing to our tvs screaming, quick! rachel maddow's about to show a 1040 form! the show starts, she does a 19-minute-long monologue about why it's important to see a president's tax returns, then "we'll see donald trump's taxes after this." she seacrested us. went to the commercials. once she got back from commercial she showed what she had. which was two pages of tax return from 2005. no specifics no deductions. this is the first two pages. the only thing we learned is that there's a j. in melania. who will heretofore be referred to as the fijrst lady. according to the first two pages trump made $150 million in income, paid $38 million in
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taxes in 2005. some people were surprised he paid any taxes at all. which you can't blame them for that. 2005 was an off year for everyone. johnny depp made that willy wonka movie. kanye west and george bush had that problem. harry potter's goblet caught on fire. and donald trump accidentally paid some taxes. it happens. listen, here's the thing. donald trump is never going to release his taxes, or the kracken, or melania for that matter. [ laughter ] he's a very private man. he doesn't like to brag about his wealth. i don't know why people can't get that through their heads. the only result of what happened last night is rachel maddow topped rosie o'donnell as donald trump's least-favorite lesbian, that's it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] oh, by the way, our president also has a new least-favorite rapper. snoop dogg made a music video in which he points -- one of those guns with the word "bang" comes out? he points this cartoon bang gun at a clown dressed as the president. that did not go over well at the white house.
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this morning trump leaped off the toilet and tweeted, can you imagine what the outcry would be if snoop dogg, failing career and all, had aimed and fired the gun at president obama? jail time. if i was snoop i'd make that the title of my next album, "jail time." i have to say, this is exciting. it's been a long time since we had a president involved in a rap feud. [ laughter ] the east coast, west coast rivalry. donald trump is the only president where you're not sure if he's going to start a war with north korea or lil wayne. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. here's something new to worry about. this happened to a woman on a flight from beijing to melbourne. she had her headphones in. then her headphones exploded. they went up in flames. that's what it looked like post-explosion. they're not sure if it was due to a defect in the headphones or the batteries were bad or she was just listening to a really good song. but they had to bring in a lot of packets of moist towelettes
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to clean it up. and the worst part is she still has no idea how "moana" ends. have you filled out your ncaa brackets? it's march madness time. the round of 64 starts. i filled mine out today. i think it got it right, i double-checked it, a perfect bracket. my favorite thing when is you go through the team names, you see all these colleges you never heard of, how many of these colleges sound like wealthy frat guys that would try to sleep with your girlfriend. troy. xavier. kent. duke. creighton. jerks, right? all jerks. president trump announced he will not fill out an ncaa bracket but before president obama did he released his bracket on twitter today. duke, arkansas, kansas, and who gives a crap about any of this, i'm free. [ laughter ] college basketball is probably the most fun of all the big sports. kids get very creative. that said, i'm proud to present the student sign of the night tonight. that is the student sign of the night. referee miscall.
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[ laughter ] [ applause ] that's what a high school game. i give that kid an a-plus. the l.a. county sheriff's department is making some changes you may notice. they just announced they're spending $300,000 to change the color of their belt buckles and other metal embellishments from silver to gold. this is the old uniform. you can see they've got a silver belt buckle. this is the new one. this is not a joke. that's the new one. i don't know about you, i feel safer already, i really do. [ laughter ] they spent $100,000 on the buckles alone. some people think it's a waste of taxpayer money. those people are called taxpayers. [ laughter ] but the l.a. sheriff's department isn't buckling. in fact, they just released this public service announcement that explains why this change is important. >> at a time when tensions between the police and those they serve seem to have reached a fever pitch, officers must find new ways to show their communities that they have their best interests at heart. that's why the l.a. sheriff's
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department is making some important changes. we bought new belts. we need to be ready to confront any challenge and do so without losing the trust of the people. look, our belts now match our tie clips. no matter how bad things get, we'll protect you. and we'll look damn good doing it. the l.a. sheriff's department. >> you're going to like the way you look, i guarantee it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we miss him. we have to take a break. when we come back, these two people who are visitors from other lands will go head to foreign head for the chance to move from the youth hostel they're staying in down the block to a luxury hotel room also down the block in a high-stakes game of hostel la vista. stick around, we'll be right back.
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cleto senior on saxophone, paul schaefer sitting in with the cletones. it's a good time. matthew perry, michael pena are on the way. spring break has broken in hollywood which means the streets are flowing with visitors from all over the world. some of those visitors stay a couple doors down from us at a youth hostel. it's called the walk of fame backpackers hostel. beds go for $45 a night, you share a room, you share a bathroom, there's a lot of sharing, too much sharing really in this youth hostel. from time to time we try to make
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a dream come true by giving a pair of young people who are staying at the hostel a chance to win an upgrade to a luxurious hollywood hotel suite. with that said it is time to play "hostel vista." here we go. cousin sal is outside. sal is not wearing a costume, this is what he wears to work every day here. >> sal: it's funny every time, i know. >> jimmy: do you have a tail? >> sal: i'll wrap you around the throat with it when i get in. >> jimmy: meet our competitors. two young people. one of them is, well, the young lady, your name is pilar? where are you from? >> i'm from argentina. >> jimmy: where in argentina? >> maldo plata. >> jimmy: it almost sounds like a curse word, doesn't it. what do you do there for work? are you a student? >> i don't work, i'm an engineering student. >> jimmy: engineering. where are you going to school? >> in maldo plata. >> jimmy: all right. let's meet your opponent, a neighbor who is manuel?
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>> yes, my name is manuel, i am from germany. >> jimmy: from germany. are there a lot of manuels in germany? >> there are, there are. >> jimmy: what are you doing, a student as well? >> studying geology. >> jimmy: what will you be once you get your degree? >> a geologist. >> jimmy: a geologist, the answers are so simple, it's like i don't need to ask them. here's what's at stake. newly renovated luxury suite at the classic hollywood roosevelt hotel. you'll live it up in this 1,200 square foot suite with a beautiful bed and a door that even locks. and to win all you have to do is know more than your opponent does about the place you are visiting, our city, our state. do you know a lot about our city and state? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay, all right. according to the two pocket dr. dre song "california love" which area of l.a. is always up to no good? always up to no good.
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wow. >> it's not compton, is it? >> jimmy: it is not but very close, manuel. pilar, do you know dr. dre and tupac? >> hm. hollywood? >> jimmy: hey, it was a good guess because it rhymes but it is not correct, it is inglewood. we are off to a flying start here. no, but you guys are going to be sleeping on the street at the end of this game. our next question. this is the mascot, on the screen, look to your video screen. to your right, pilar. yes. this is the mascot for which california university? okay, let's see, manuel? >> ucla? >> jimmy: oh, no, that is not correct. pilar, do you know? >> berkeley? >> jimmy: that is not correct, no. have you been out of the room? [ laughter ] >> yeah, we have.
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>> sal: this is a joke, right, so i have to stay in this stupid costume all night? i get it. >> jimmy: you can take off the pants. usc was the answer. next question. oh, boy, you're not going to get this either. which famous highway runs along the pacific coast? yes? >> sunset boulevard? >> jimmy: no, not correct. it runs -- it's a highway along the pacific coast. >> my bad. >> pacific boulevard? >> jimmy: i'm sorry, that is not correct. paul, do you know this one? >> is it pacific coast highway? >> jimmy: that's absolutely right! [ cheers and applause ] we're going to give paul your room if you guys don't get something. >> i need a place to stay. is there a hostel in the neighborhood? >> jimmy: there just so happens to be a hostel right down the block. >> there may be a vacancy. maybe not though.
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>> jimmy: i'm going to give one more question. this is unbelievable. all right, here it is. after a huge mix-up which movie won the oscar for best picture this year? yes, who rang in? pilar. >> "moonlight." >> jimmy: that is absolutely right! wow. sal's going to take your luggage. which one is your luggage? all of that luggage? you can stay in that luggage, that's unbelievable. so you are getting the room at the hollywood roosevelt hotel. don't worry, manuel. you're not going back empty-handed. for you we've got your own portable mini bar to drown your sorrows. [ cheers and applause ] tiny bottles of crown royal. thank you for playing "hostel vista." tonight on the show, music from paul shaffer with jenny lewis and shaggy. michael pena is here. be right back with matthew perry!
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>> jimmy: that's paul shaffer sitting in with the cletones. this is paul's new album, it comes out on friday. it's called "paul shaffer & the world's most dangerous band." i'm happy to see you reclaim that title. >> yes, we're going with the world's most dangerous band again. nbc said, what the [ bleep ], just use it. >> jimmy: see how dangerous he is? >> direct quote. >> jimmy: it's great to have you here. later on we'll hear music from paul with jenny lewis and shaggy from the mercedes-benz stage. also tonight, from the new movie "chips" michael pena is here.
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tomorrow night, tim allen, dj khaled, and music from our announcer dicky barrett and his band the mighty mighty bosstones. our first guest was our friend long before facebook cheapened the whole thing. he plays a senator named ted in a new miniseries called "the kennedys - after camelot" it premieres april 2nd on reelz. please welcome matthew perry. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you, sir? >> doing well, how are you? >> jimmy: i'm well. would you consider yourself fully canadian? >> i'm sort of half. half. half and half. >> jimmy: half canadian? >> i'm half and half. >> between us we make a full american. >> jimmy: and by the way, this is an interesting thing i learned about you. i did not know this.
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the prime minister, the current prime minister of canada, justin trudeau, somebody you went to school with? >> i did, a couple of years ahead of him. >> jimmy: what year? >> fifth grade, whatever age you are. >> jimmy: 10, probably. >> 10? >> jimmy: do you remember him? >> i do. i have a story about him that i'm not proud of. >> jimmy: really? okay, well yeah. >> i was reminded of this. my friend chris murray, also in the fifth grade in canada, reminded me that we actually beat up justin trudeau. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you beat him up? why? >> yeah, yeah. i don't know -- >> jimmy: the two of you beat him up? >> we both beat him up. and i think he was excelling in a sport that we weren't. so pure jealousy. >> jimmy: i see. >> and we, you know, we beat him up. >> jimmy: his dad was the prime minister of canada? >> his dad was the prime minister. >> jimmy: at that time? >> i don't think that's the reason we beat him up. i think he was the only kid in school we could beat up.
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>> jimmy: don't they have secret service there protecting the children of their prime ministers? >> they didn't. >> jimmy: they didn't, wow. that would never happen to barron trump, you'd be in the stockade right now, you'd be in russia somewhere. >> it's true. you know, i'm not bragging, this is terrible. i was a stupid kid. i didn't want to beat him up. i think at one point i tried to turn it into love play. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, he is a handsome guy. >> boy is he ever. but i think i was rather instrumental in him going to such great heights and becoming the prime minister. >> jimmy: you feel that way? >> yeah, i think he said, i'm going to rise above this and i'm going to become prime minister. >> jimmy: and destroy those two boys. >> yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: perry and murray. >> he's above both of us. >> jimmy: wow, that's something else. do you have contact with him? have you discussed this? >> no, no. i feel ashamed. i don't want to think about it. >> jimmy: are you on spring break right now? do you do that? >> i'm out of school. [ laughter ] graduated. yeah. >> jimmy: what are you hoping to do?
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>> get out of school. >> jimmy: you were doing a play in london, a play that you wrote and starred in. >> that's right. >> jimmy: did you direct as well? >> no. >> jimmy: writing and starring in it was enough. was that fun, living over there? >> it was definitely fun. it was fun to do the play. it was the first thing i've ever written on my own. very rewarding. >> jimmy: you're going to be doing it in new york? >> now we're moving it to new york. and i had to do a major rewrite which i'd just completed. because the people in new york wanted many different things done to it. and amongst them, they wanted all the swear words taken out. >> jimmy: what? >> yeah. >> jimmy: really? >> for the prim and proper new york audiences. [ laughter ] but they wanted to take it out. so i had to do a word search. and i realized that i used the same swear word 131 times. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: which one was it? >> well, it was the big one. >> jimmy: the big one, the main one. >> the word you actually just used. [ laughter ] >> i didn't say a thing, we canadians don't do that. >> i recognized it. >> we don't use language. >> jimmy: we blame ourselves.
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it's our influence. they're more uptight in new york than london? i find that difficult to believe >> i went from 131 to 15. >> jimmy: wow, well, you know, that's reasonable. >> sure. >> jimmy: last time you were here, i was so fascinated to learn about your -- it's not a man cave, it's actually a bat cave. >> it's a bat cave. >> jimmy: a room full of batman memorabilia. >> that's right. >> jimmy: have you added anything? >> yes, i got a gift of a batman, a statue of batman that's about that high. >> jimmy: okay. >> i remind you that i am 47. [ laughter ] yeah, that high, a new addition. >> jimmy: who gave you the batman? >> my manager. >> jimmy: was it wrapped? >> it was wrapped. and i had to put it together. >> jimmy: you, did you assembled it yourself? >> yeah. >> jimmy: was that a project? >> it took awhile to figure out. i don't know about you but i usually have people do things for me. >> jimmy: yeah, sure. >> but i had to actually do this.
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>> jimmy: you did. your manager sends you a batman that you have to assemble yourself, make you wonder, wow, he should be getting me more to do? >> like jobs? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like something. >> yeah. no, you kind before you get batman stuff, you kind of wonder, what the hell is happening to me? what's happened to my life? >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> that i'm getting batman stuff? >> jimmy: you're about to have that feeling again. >> oh no. >> jimmy: one of the prop guys here was so tickled by your batman museum that he made you this very special, if you look close, you can see that's your own chin and eyes there. [ cheers and applause ] it's a bat mask. >> that is -- that is very sweet. >> jimmy: i'm going to tell you something else, i don't know if you realize. ben affleck who played batman, he has a whole room dedicated to you at his house. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: matthew perry. when we come back, we'll see
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mary jo's dead? >> what is it? >> she drowned.
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>> what was she doing in the water? she's afraid of it. >> she was -- in a car that drove over a bridge. >> no, she didn't have a car up there. >> that's all the information i have right now. i'm terribly sorry. >> jimmy: that is matthew perry in "the kennedys: after camelot." you play ted kennedy. mary jo's parents. >> that's right. >> jimmy: you got the word "car," you nailed the word "car" which is the most important word when you're doing an accent like that. >> yes. when i got the role i was doing the play in london. and the accent is obviously very important when you're doing this. ted kennedy had a very specific accent. it wasn't just a boston accent, it was an upper-crust accent. so they hired a dialect coach for me and i worked 12 to 15
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times on the accent. >> jimmy: while doing the play? >> yeah. it was really important to get it down. and i paid for this dialect coach. he taught me the wrong accent. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> yeah. >> jimmy: how did you find out? >> i didn't know that, so he taught me the wrong accent, and here's the accent that he taught me. and i questioned it. but he taught me that ted kennedy spoke like this. this is the accent he taught me. he taught me ted kennedy talked like this. and i was like, really? during intimate conversations he spoke like that? he was like, yes. and so i was going around going, this is the way ted kennedy talks, talks like this! right? so i get to the set. on the first day of shooting. and i'm inside a limousine. inside a limousine, very intimate scene with this wonderful actress named kristen hager who played my wife.
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and my line was, i'm going to take the boat out, the kids can fly home in the morning. so the director says action. and i say, i'm going to take the boat out, the kids can fly home in the morning. and the director goes, cut! just say that a little softer and faster. and i go, okay. i'm going to take the boat out, kids can fly home in the morning. and the director says, cut! don't say anything at all. and then i go back to my trailer and the writer, obviously everybody was panicked. and the writer came to me and spoke to me for about 40 minutes about the language of ten kennedy, the tragedy, all that stuff. and i said, so you want me to tone it down? and he said, yes, please tone it down. and i immediately called to the dialect coach. and i said, i'd like to see you, please. and i said, the voice is wrong. the thing we worked on, even this morning, is wrong. and the dialect coach went --
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[ laughter ] and i said, don't! don't move your head up and down. say you're sorry! and luckily we figured it out. it ended up working out. >> jimmy: did he ever apologize? >> he never apologized. >> jimmy: you want to get your buddy chris murray and beat the crap out of that guy. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's right, that's a good idea. >> jimmy: look at this i didn't realize this. batman's mask comes off. and look, it's -- batman is matthew perry, it's unbelievable! [ cheers and applause ] "the kennedys: after camelot" premieres april 2nd on reelz. matthew perry, everybody! be right back with michael pena. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ adios, honey, hasta la vista, baby. (sing-songy) i'm a fat guy in a little coat. fat guy in a little coat.
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>> jimmy: hi there, we're back. paul shaffer is here. our next guest fits nicely into eric estrada's motorcycle boots and tight pants too.
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he plays "ponch" in the big-screen "chips" that opens march 24th. please welcome michael pena! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm doing good, man. >> jimmy: very good to see you. you did a great job in "chips." you're ponch. >> thank you, man. i overheard you say tight pants. this was some chafing going on for sure, they were tight, i'm not going to lie. >> jimmy: you didn't have any kind of undergarment protecting you? >> no, it was really, really hot outside. we shot in los angeles. and i tried to do everything. but everything got to me. like the stitching. then i'm like, i actually got like a chafing stick. >> jimmy: is that a thing? >> what, what? some people are like, eww! it's true! i'm not making it look too sexy but whatever.
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>> jimmy: is a chafing stick something you rub on -- >> on my thighs. you know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: are you talking about your penis? >> no! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't know. a chafing stick? >> no, it's like right here. this guy. >> jimmy: oh. >> yeah, like -- >> jimmy: by the way, while we're on that subject. dak shepard, who is your director, costar in the film -- >> practical nudist. >> jimmy: he likes to be naked. >> he does. he really got in shape. he was at 0% body fat the first week. he did -- he was naked the entire week. >> jimmy: first few times i met him he was naked, for no reason at all. but there's a scene in the movie, and i assume he wrote it because he wrote the movie. we talked about this last night. your face makes contact with his crotch. he's naked. >> well, i mean, not his crotch. you know, the pubic hair. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. >> in that area. you know.
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>> jimmy: now he was talking about how uncomfortable it was for him. >> for him? oh, that's good. >> jimmy: even worse for you? >> he did a couple things. no, he did three things. like -- he wrote that like a week before. >> jimmy: that was -- >> before we started filming. >> jimmy: the first draft, i see. >> he texted me, i wrote a scene, you're not going to like it. and i read it and i was like, it's funny, whatever. he told me he was going to wear a sock. it was a see-through sock. [ laughter ] and i was like, thanks, boss. aah! >> i don't like where the story is leading. >> no, paul, you want to hear the best? >> yeah, go ahead. >> this guy thinks he's being so good, so cool. he wears a merkin. you know what a merkin is? a wig for your pubes. this guy thinks it's a great idea, it's going to cushion the blow, it's going to be great. >> jimmy: he said he did it for you. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: being considerate. >> it was a big one.
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i mean, it was like don king was like -- i'm not lying. and now this nudist, who's like really comfortable, really comfortable with himself, all of a sudden he's really insecure. and we did a couple takes, i hope people don't think that's my actual pubic hair. but he's the director, he could have cut it or he could have, you know -- but instead -- >> jimmy: maybe he wants people to -- >> he's going to be known as monster pubes. >> jimmy: maybe trying to get an endorsement deal with rogaine. erik estrada was in the movie, was he okay with the fact that you're now taking on his character? >> he was super cool with it. erik estrada is still really super cool. he comes on-set. he's doing his thing. you know, he was a big star in the '80s, you know. >> jimmy: sure. >> still is. he gets recognized. literally like he's walking along to the soundtrack of like "saturday night fever." you know what i mean? ♪ you can tell by the way i use my walk ♪ you know?
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like he's telling -- where to put the cameras and stuff. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, he's like, get my good side. get my other good side. and i was like -- then he winks. that's my good side. >> jimmy: your brother is a cop in chicago. >> he's an actual cop. >> jimmy: is he excited about the fact that you're in this movie? >> because he's a cop he's like, mike, you're really good at pretending how to be a cop. i just want you to know i'm the real thing. >> jimmy: did he lobby to be in the film? because he is a real cop. >> here's the thing, dax shepard wanted to put his brother and my brother, and it would have been great revenge. like in biker shorts. i didn't tell him it was in biker shorts. as bicycle cops. >> your brother? >> yeah, but he refused. >> jimmy: really? he didn't want to be in the movie? >> at the time, i don't know, he's like, mike, i'm not going to fly, i'm not going to let the terrorists get me. and i'm like, dude, i'm pretty sure they don't fly southwest. [ laughter ]
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[ applause ] >> jimmy: he was genuinely worried about that? >> he really was. >> jimmy: does he know something we don't know? >> you know what, he was -- he's like, they don't know isis the way i know isis. i'm like, how do you know isis? he's like, i got people. he doesn't -- he works in a jail. really. you know, i mean, i love him to death but -- >> jimmy: he's not in guantanamo bay, he's in chicago. >> he's in chicago at the correctional facility. >> jimmy: your brother is a character. what are his kids' names again? does this cause problems at home? >> i don't know. one of the kids is ariana. and i didn't know that it was after ariana grande which is totally cool. the other is anthony michael. like anthony michael hall. the third one, he just pulled the trigger, screw it. angelina jolie. [ laughter ] angelina jolie pena. [ applause ]
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>> jimmy: and it's a boy? >> don't clap. and it's a boy! and it's a boy. >> jimmy: that is beautiful. is he planning to have other children? >> chuck norris. is on the way. >> jimmy: please give him my best. >> i will. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: congratulations on the movie. "chips" opens march 24th. michael pena, everybody! be right back with paul shaffer, jenny lewis and shaggy! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: thanks to matthew perry, thanks to michael pena. apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, but first his new album is called "paul shaffer & the world's most dangerous band," here with some help from jenny lewis, shaggy and the cletones, paul shaffer! ♪ ♪ well every evening when all my day's work is through ♪ ♪ i'll call my baby and ask her
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what we can do ♪ ♪ i mention movies but she's like hmm maybe not ♪ ♪ but then she ask me why don't i come to her spot ♪ ♪ and have some dinner and since we've got time to kill ♪ ♪ we turn the phone off so we can netflix and chill ♪ ♪ i say yeh that's right i say i say yeh ♪ and now to do it to us, miss jenny lewis! ♪ with your long blonde hair and your eyes of blue the only thing i ever get from you ♪ ♪ is sorrow sorrow ♪ you're acting funny spending all my money you're out there playing all your high class games ♪
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♪ of sorrow sorrow ♪ you never do what you know you oughta something tells me you're the devil's daughter ♪ ♪ sorrow sorrow ♪ oh oh oh ♪ ♪ with your long blonde hair and your eyes of blue the only thing i ever get from you ♪ ♪ is sorrow sorrow
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♪ oh oh oh ♪ with your long blonde hair i couldn't sleep at night with your long blonde hair i couldn't sleep at night ♪ ♪ with your long blonde hair i couldn't sleep at night it goes on and on and on and on ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> and now, direct from jamaica, please welcome shaggy!
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ love ♪ world's most dangerous man i will say, paul shaffer ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ bum bum bum de bum bum bum de bum ♪ ♪ i love the lightning i love the lightning ♪ ♪ ♪ i love it like that ♪ i love her like that ♪ let's love her like that ♪ i love her like that ♪ ♪ ♪ heard from my love i know that it is a chore ♪ ♪ all your love i'd brave the ocean from the shore ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ heard from my love i know that it is a chore ♪ ♪ all your love i'd brave the ocean from the shore ♪ ♪ your love i got everything i need and more for sure ♪ ♪ everything i need when you i adore ♪ ♪ girl like that needs the love ♪ ♪ i need the love girl i need i need your love ♪ ♪ like hand to glove yes ♪ i need the love girl i need i need your love ♪ ♪ like hand to glove yes ♪ ♪ ♪ i love her like that i love her like that ♪ ♪ i love her like that ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ i love her like that [ cheers and applause ]
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