tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC February 13, 2018 11:35pm-12:37am PST
we appreciate your time. >> from hollywood - it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- oscar isaac, olympic gold medalist red gerard, and chef massimo bottura. and now, not only that, here's jimmy kimmel. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. hola. welcome to the show. thanks for coming. it is oh, tonight, thank you very much, tonight marks the end of the carnival season, it's mardi
gr gras, this might be our fattest fat tuesday yet. tomorrow is ash wednesday, the beginning of lent i don't know what to give up this year either my faith in humanity or fraps. this episode debuts of what will be first of many, many editions of the bachelor winter games, it's olympics meets "survivor" meets herpes. taking people from the bachelor and bachelorette from this country and others like the zika virus it's spread to other country so bring people from germany, japan, canada, et cetera and force them to ski and
many of them do not know how to ski so basically it's like watching people fall and have sex. and no winter games would be complete without an opening ceremony. ♪ the winter games ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] oh, are we on? oh, my goodness, you know, you don't typically expect to be moved by a sporting event but that really got me here.
[ laughter ] and the message they send of inclusivity bringing all these people together from all over the world is so reassuring one contesta contestant, christian is from germany, he's well-named because he really summed up what had the bachelor winter games are all about. >> i hope it's my chance to beat a beautiful woman, a china woman, a black woman, a russian woman, dark, light, doesn't matter, when a woman looks beautiful, i like it. >> jimmy: so form an orderly line, ladies. cyhristian he has sex for all of you. meanwhile, the real winter games are getting a lot of attention. kim jong-un sent cheerleaders, they're calling charm offensive,
whatever it is i like what they're doing. ♪ >> jimmy: unbelievable! you have fans everywhere. >> everywhere, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] that's great. >> jimmy: kim jong-guillermo is who that was. you know it's been very windy in pyeongchang with gusts up to 40 miles an hour. which made it difficult for the athletes. some had to alternate to work around the wind and some of the snow boarders couldn't get their bongs lit. it's been chaotic. it's even wreaked havoc at some of the indoor events. my god. i think we know why president trump didn't go to south korea now his hair couldn't handle it. [ cheers and applause ] i never heard anything from
trump about the olympics here's what i bet he's watching instead, omarosa former celebrity contestant, then white house contestant is now on big brother, trapped in a house with a bunch of tv stars like melania, and she's been revealing interesting tid bits a carding to last night on the show, if you think mike pence would be better choice than donald trump you might want to rethink that. >> we'd be begging for the days of trump back if pence became president. he's extreme. i'm christian. i love jesus. but he thinks jesus tells him to say things. i'm like jesus ain't say that. >> thinks jesus tells him to say things. you think jesus is playing a prank on mike pence. go out and tell everyone you call your wife mother.
i wonder how much she really knows. i feel it's possible she got as much inside information as a class of elementary school kids kwho are on a the white house tour. valentine's day is tomorrow. this is one of those weird years, women, i'm guessing? it's weird because you're expected to have sex on a wednesday. which is like, you know. [ laughter ] for those who haven't stopped at cvs to buy a gift on the way home from work yet, quick reminder, no grown woman wants a stuffed animal. okay. [ applause ] i have a theory. valentine's day was made up by the greeting card companies to trick you into telling your wife you love her [ laughter ] the worst part of valentine's day is when you call to order flowers and you order the flowers and then the guy ochbt other end of the phone says what
would you like the card to say. you're like, you should say something roman theic or poetic but in order to do that you have to dictate it to a stranger. [ laughter ] which is not comfortable. i mean, dear kathy, i love you, you mean the world to me, happy valentine's day love snooki bear. it's a violation is what it is. see these are the jobs we need the robots to take from us, starting with that one. this is interesting, white house is releasing their own line of cards this year have you heard about this? that's because we made it up of funny, we're at the point anything is believable. here are some of the cards they're offering. it's best seller comes from president trump. says i flip for you. [ applause ] [ cheers and applause ] i'm never letting that one go.
got press secretary sarah huckabee sanders. steven miller. i want to have your children deported. he said it, guys. he's the one. he's on the white house website. all right. donald trump jr. i'll be thinking of you in prison. his brother. i love you like daddy loves jared. jared has a card that says you make my cold dead stare come alive. melania has a good card, whatever michelle obama said last valentine's day. [ applause ] here's the speaker of the house paul ryan your lips are sweeter than the president's ass. [ laughter ] mitch mcconnell i'm gonna move
on you like a mitch. and finally trump valentine good old vladimir putin can i inject you into my olympic team because you are dope. [ laughter ] [ applause ] that's sweet. so print those out and throw them away. meanwhile second final night of 142nd annual westminster dog show. this dog show is kind of like the olympics except none of the athletes have any idea what's going on. they don't know they're in is it. westminster started in 1877 which is the year dogs were invented. one dog in particular a beagle named chester. he was not only well trained he has natural gifts would have any dog green withen vie. >> they make fabulous family
pets but they do like to bark. >> some action going there. huh? if he doesn't win best in show that thing is fixed. i enjoy the westminster dog show not specifically for the dogs, i like to watch the humans that participate in it, they are dressed up, walking their dog in front of the crowd like, that, i like to focus on the people. this is our most beloved tradition every year, every year we show footage of the dog show and because the carpet is green we use green screen technology to edit the dogs out of the competition. i don't know why this is funny, but it is. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] nd applause ] >> jimmy: there you go. all right.
[ cheers and applause ] >> we have a good show for you. oscar isaac is theer. chef massimo bottura, olympic gold medalist red gerard is here. [ cheers and applause ] during his final run on sunday red transferred over the itching post with tweaked out front side air to 50/50 to tail side air, don't know what any of that means but it's awesome to watch. but red is here. he's the youngest olympic snowboarding champion ever, even younger than chloe kim who is also very young. let's check in with red. hey congratulations. goodness, you really are young, aren't you. oh, okay. i'm sorry. there's red. sorry about that. we got a little confused there. [ cheers and applause ] how you feeling right now?
>> feeling pretty good. little jet lagged but happy to be here. >> jimmy: we're happy to have you, he's the first athlete to be born in the 2000s to win a gold. i have contributthings in my fr erp than him. you know what they say when life gives you lawyers, make lawyer-aid, so while we're not permitted to show olympic footage can show footage from youtube and pretend it's olympic footage, so with that, we're pleetz pleased to bring you night two of the you-lympic games. >> next on the course, he hits the rail, jumps and he nails it. a full pinata on the pole. crowd is loving it and his
teammates rush over to congratulate him. >> well done. we have a great show tonight. massimo bottura, olympic gold medalist red gerard is here. and we'll be right back with oscar isaac. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what from your first dream to your first dollar. from between shifts and after hours. from the struggle, to the reckoning. to the moment you sit in that auditorium and realize that your whole life is about to change. what if a university could guarantee fixed affordable tuition... from your first class, to your last.
we the people... are defined by the things we share. and the ones we love. who never stop wondering what we'll do or where we'll go next. we the people who are better together than we are alone... are unstoppable. welcome to the entirely new expedition. ♪ when you filter out the bad... you're left with...the good. in life. and in water. choose the cleaner, better tasting world of brita. choose the filtered life. "when better chickens are hatched, we will hatch them." it's why all of the tyson chicken that bears his name will be raised with no antibiotics ever.
every nugget, strip and drumstick. keep it real. keep it tyson. it works with smart lights... smart plugs, and over a thousand other smart devices. which is... just smart like instead of turning on the garbage disposal by mistake... just say, hey google, turn on the kitchen lights. or that moment when you realize, "oh no the iron." "hey google, turn off the bedroom plug." you can even say: male: "hey google make it cooler." but then your wife can say: female: "hey google make it warmer." it's google home mini. now only $39.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi there. tonight on the show, all the way from pyeongchang, he is a snowboarder and now olympic gold medalist. 17 year-old red gerard is here. [ cheers and applause ] then, he's an italian, a chef, and an author too. his new book is called "bread is gold. extraordinary meals with ordinary ingredients." chef massimo bottura. [ cheers and applause ] right now, the chef is up in our
writer's office, going through the refrigerator, and he is going to make something using only the ingredients he finds in there. in their disgusting fridge, the idea behind the book using food that would be wasted otherwise. that will be fun. tomorrow night, charles barkley and chloe bennett will join us. and we'll have music from monica. and thursday, natalie portman, kyrie irving, and super bowl mvp nick foles. clear [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a golden globe-winning actor who also happens to have bb-8's personal cell number in his phone. starting february 23rd, he teams up with natalie portman for the sci-fi thriller "annihilation." please welcome oscar isaac. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: good to see you. >> you too.
>> jimmy: see you just before christmas. >> that's right. >> jimmy: you were here with the whole "star wars" what happened with that movie did it come out. >> never heard. we had so many high hopes for it. >> jimmy: went out with a whimper. well congratulations with all that. did you meet the olympic snow boarder behind the stage. >> no didn't get a chance to meet him. >> jimmy: what were you doing when you were 17 years old. >> i was told i wasn't going to be graduating with my high school class because i failed pe. >> jimmy: that's the worst class to fail isn't it. >> so i had to go to summer school. it's like me and bunch of degenerates to be forced to play kick ball. when you're 17 and 18 you just want to be done with it all. >> jimmy: so did you wind up
graduating. >> i did. >> jimmy: were your parents un set for failing pe. >> it wasn't just because i was really skinny and playing ska instead it was the first class of the morning. >> jimmy: what time did it start. >> like 7:30. >> jimmy: oh, forget it. nice thing about pe, first class of the day, you can show up in your cloejs. if clothes before you have to get naked in front of the other kids. >> i wanted to avoid the whole thing. >> jimmy: you also have a baby at home how old is your son. >> nine months. >> jimmy: my son too. what phase are you in now? >> not sleeping at all. >> jimmy: you or him? >> neither of us. no one is sleeping at home right now. about four hours at a time. >> jimmy: is he crawling? >> he's crawling. he's moving furniture around.
we had christmas and i had to come back to new york for a moment and i looked around my apartment like this is a death trap. it was like a single guy's apartment, small one bedroom, everything floor level, i had speakers if you just touched the stand they'd fall over, so my wife's like you have to get rid of those speakers. i was like i can't. these are my speakers. i spent a lot of time on them. they're supposed to be floating if not it affects the sound. get those speakers out of here! >> jimmy: i have a theory women primarily want to have babies so they can make us get rid of our speakers and other stuff that's one of the draws. so why's he moving the furniture around is he taking an interest in interior design. >> we're raising him like that.
>> jimmy: my doctor said my kid has too much dignity to crawl. [ laughter ] >> right. like great genomes crawling all over the floor. >> jimmy: were you in the delivery room. >> i was. >> jimmy: did you do well? >> i did all right. >> jimmy: that's good. >> i worked at a hospital. my dad was a doctor so i was used to some of that. when my little sister was born he took lots of pictures so i saw lots of blown up pictures of the birth. >> jimmy: he would display them. >> it was a c-section. not what you are thinking. >> jimmy: isn't that worse? >> it is worse. i kind of knew what to expect but still. >> jimmy: were they in the living room? >> at his office. amazing pictures but you know, quite graphic skbr. >> jimmy: yeah, was that to keep you out of his office.
>> i think he loved photography skbroo that's something else. your sister i imagine didn't care for that. >> she's all right with it. >> jimmy: put this picture up. this is a photo graph of you that popular kind of what it became. tell us what's going on here to start off. >> there's so much going on. >> jimmy: yeah a lot going on. >> i was, i had a bad cold so that's why there's all tylen tylen tylenol. >> jimmy: oh, not making meth or something, yeah. >> and i was cooking. i had my green juice to be healthy. you know, i like, i was really into flaming lime cheetos when at the time you couldn't get on the east coast. it's just from here. chili lime is very latino thing. >> and you got to have it fresh.
>> exactly. you want it, exactly. >> jimmy: don't want it laying around forever. yeah. >> so i just did that. i'm a sophisticated gentleman so i didn't want to get the powder on my fingers so i went for the chop stick. now the mustache i was doing a show "show me a hero". >> jimmy: the chop sticks are the number one most interesting part. so what happened people online kind of on their own started [ laughter ] [ applause ] that one's pretty good. >> jimmy: putting on the outfits. >> what a surprised look. >> jimmy: there's a lot of these. there's three people dressed up. you really started something here. >> i guess so. i realized it was big deal once i started getting huge boxes of lime cheetos. >> jimmy: were they fresh. >> fresh enough. funny enough they never go stale. >> jimmy: isn't that a miracle.
>> yes amazing. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break and come back see a clip from your new movie oscar isaac is here, we'll be right back. >> announcer: portions of jimmy kimmy live brought to you by -- by -- uck for your mom or dad, knowing that they could possibly pass it down to you one day. cool but you should know that chevy silverado's are the most dependable, longest lasting full-size pickups on the road. which means that ford f-150s are not. which truck would you pick? the chevy the chevy the chevy boom get zero percent financing for seventy two months on this 2018 silverado all star. or a total value of over ninety-six hundred dollars when you finance with gm financial. find new roads at your local chevy dealer.
it's just my eczema again,t. but it's fine. yeah, it's fine. you ok? eczema. it's fine. hey! hi! aren't you hot? eczema again? it's fine. i saw something the other day. eczema exposed. your eczema could be something called atopic dermatitis, which can be caused by inflammation under your skin. maybe you should ask your doctor? go to eczemaexposed.com to learn more.
i deserve a better explanation than no explanation. >> doesn't matter. i don't feel very well. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: your dad prepared you with that graphic photograph. this is a sci-fi, horror, mind bender, skplan the premise. >> you're going to love it. you love horror. >> jimmy: i'm too scared to watch horror movies. i had to watch "get out" because
i'm hosting the oscars and it's nominated so i watched it at noon in the middle of the day. [ laughter ] still was scared out of my mind. >> well this one, this one does go all sorts of strange places written and directed by alex who did x mocking. >> jimmy: great movie right. >> yeah. basic premise there's a fenw phenomenon happening called the shimmer that anything that enters doesn't come out except one time i come out, i go home to my wife who hasn't heard from me for months and months and i'm not well. >> jimmy: did you film at the sometime time as "the last jedi". >> yes in the same studio. >> jimmy: where are you going to both jobs on a daily basis. >> not every day but some days i
would be on the x-wing and run across the lot and mess up my hare and putd on camo ond do this. >> jimmy: that's when you really feel like an actor. >> like old style hollywood people running across. >> jimmy: making two movies at once. which movie had priority did they get annoyed with each other. >> no because all of the guys at "star wars" were incredibly accommodating, alex and kathy kennedy of course. >> because if i was running "star wars" i would be like we will keep you here until we have lunch. yeah. >> yeah it's amazing. they would have every right to do that but gave us the opportunity to do that. >> jimmy: and your son was only one so he doesn't know who you were in the movie, that's something to look forward to in the future. >> the family is talking about telling him it's not me. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah just to mess with him. like that's not your father. >> jimmy: sad thing he will
spend the rest of his life going it was you. it's dolls with me and everything. does he have dolls with you? >> no. >> jimmy: if i had dolls my sons room would be filled with them. [ laughter ] guillermo go get had he some dolls will you. >> yeah sure. >> jimmy: okay. thank you. well it's great to see you. congratulations on the movie. it's called "annihilation" opens february 23rd. ed oscar isaac we'll be back with red gerard. scar isaac we'll be back with red gerard.
did you know that h&r block will file your 1040ez for free? uhh, yeah. the line is... my job is done here. thank you. pro tax prep for free. get your taxes won. my bladder leakage was making me feel like i couldn't spend time with my grandson. now depend fit-flex has their fastest absorbing material inside, so it keeps me dry and protected. go to depend.com - get a coupon and try them for yourself. go to depend.com - ♪ i've always wanted to share a special moment with my mom. i think surprising her with a night ski trip would just be the biggest gift i could give her. let's make that happen. she's gonna be so excited. ♪ take me where i want to be. ♪
nathaniel: that is what she is. she's out of your league. (music) you have a gift. (music) vanya: you see through people. take your life back. (music) i'll find a way. (music) vanya: you're always one step ahead. (music) dominika: you're right. (music) rated r. i've had three people try to eathree!oday. oh, lucky penny. anyway, sometimes i wish i were human. woahhhh. look at me! i'm human! ha! do you want to eat me? no. do you want to eat me? no thanks. would you like to eat me? ha! nobody wants to eat me! i'm the luckiest... you dropped your lucky penny.
man, i look good. you're still short and bald. ( ♪ ) this this this is my body of proof. proof of less joint pain and clearer skin. this is my body of proof that i can take on psoriatic arthritis with humira. humira works by targeting and helping to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to both joint and skin symptoms. it's proven to help relieve pain, stop further joint damage, and clear skin in many adults. humira is the #1 prescribed biologic
for psoriatic arthritis. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. want more proof? ask your rheumatologist about humira. what's your body of proof?
we can now repair complex at saortic aneurysmsare, without invasive surgery. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for varicose veins. and if we can precisely treat eye cancer with minimal damage to the rest of the eye, imagine what we can do for glaucoma, even cataracts. if we can use dna to diagnose the rarest of diseases,
imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: on saturday, our next guest became the youngest american to win an olympic medal in snowboarding. and he's headed back to south korea to get another one, too. by doing things like this that i don't think i could, to be honest, please welcome, the pride of rocky river ohio, red gerard. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how you doing? >> doing good. >> jimmy: congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: great to have you here. >> great to be here. >> jimmy: how long was the flight from south korea.
>> quick 13 hours. >> jimmy: did you have a chance with yourself for a minute. >> yeah the first time i got to be calm and got to fly business. >> jimmy: you would think they'd put you in first class for god's sake you're "gold medal winner. so did you have to put the gold medal through the metal detector? >> jimmy: . >> i actually just put it in the backpack and went right through my brother they searched like crazy. >> jimmy: they find any screwdrivers. >> couple yeah. >> jimmy: they talked about drinking in the morning. >> shotgunning beers at 8:00 in the morning. >> jimmy: they do it all the time? >> yeah they're big partiers. >> jimmy: the classic way where you put the key. >> it's all about the thumb. you get the good angle and put
the thumb. >> jimmy: oh, there's a new way. >> nah that's been around, come on. >> jimmy: in my day here's how it would go. you take your key out. because we didn't want to get cut, shots back then, you put the key, put the hole, and flip it up, and beer comes rushing down your body and smash it on your head. >> quick concussion. >> jimmy: yeah i got a million of them didn't do anything to me. >> getting drunk and spiny it's a win-win. >> jimmy: you're 17 so you know a lot about this stuff. >> no, no. >> jimmy: nothing like that. >> no. >> jimmy: snowboarding became an olympic sport like two years after you were born. >> wasn't long yeah. >> jimmy: that's crazy. how do you decide which event to compete. >> i compete in slope style and big air. >> jimmy: no half pipe. >> no i love riding it but don't compete in it. >> jimmy: do you think one day
might add to your arsenal. >> i don't think it's in me. don't think i'm good enough. >> jimmy: well that's not the olympic spirit we need burning in inside you. >> yeah yeah. >> jimmy: the night before you won the gold medal what were you doing. >> watching netflix with my buddy. >> jimmy: what were you watching? >> brooklyn 99 skbroo . >> jimmy: so you were pretty relaxed. >> yeah really relaxed. i'm pretty good with nerves, try to treat it like any other day. >> jimmy: do you think that the olympics don't mean as much to you than a 40 years old. >> to be sure i didn't grow up watching the olympics it was dew tour and x-games. >> jimmy: those were the big events. >> yeah didn't have much pressure coming into it. >> jimmy: so the next morning you over slept right. >> yeah. >> jimmy: what time were you supposed to be up.
>> i was spoessed to be up 6:15, got up at 6:30, jacket was missing, had to borrow his jacket he was a life saver i was running around the house in the morning. >> jimmy: did you feel like oh, know i wanted my jacket. >> i did, it was like a small jacket and i had to step it up to a large so i'm talking it was down at my thighs. >> jimmy: as if you're not young enough wears like what looks like your dad's coat. >> it was a hectic morning something else. >> jimmy: is your family still there? >> yeah they're still there. >> jimmy: so you will go back to finish the competition and they're just partying through it? >> yeah i'm expecting a day off but keep opening the phone, seeing the snapchats they're heading down the coast just
chugging saki. i don't even know how they're working. >> jimmy: i like that. this is members of the family we're here to get gerarded is that the family slogan. >> like we're here to get drunk. >> jimmy: how did this come to be? they slogan. >> oh, actually it's my cousin abigail, went to college, everyone said she was getting gerarded too much. obliterated. >> jimmy: so they made her name a you'veimmism for drinking. >> if you go on twitter you see they said the meanest stuff. >> jimmy: and you just re-ruined her in a way. >> sorry. >> jimmy: is your cousin over there with you? >> yeah she's over there obliterated again.
>> jimmy: you got the whole gang. >> 18 of them. >> jimmy: will you fly back together? >> yeah i fly back at a different time but a lot of them will leave. >> jimmy: will you go to the other events while you're there. >> i was hoping to see the hockey game and curling. >> jimmy: you go to curling? >> well like i kind of like to watch the stuff that's not related to me at all. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> watching golf or curling. >> jimmy: watching people sweep. >> yeah that will be a fun one for sure. >> jimmy: great to have you here congratulations this is unbelievable. i mean, 17 years old, you have many, many years ahead of, of disappointment by the way, not going to be as good as this. >> i know i'm peaking after this it is going to be a steady down. >> jimmy: well thanks for coming it's great to have you here. >> thank you. >> jimmy: olympic gold medallist red gerard everybody
we'll be right back with chef massimo bottura. ♪ strummed guitar you can't experience the canadian rockies through a screen. you have to be here, with us. ♪ upbeat music travel through this natural wonder and get a glimpse of amazing, with a glass of wine in one hand, and a camera in the other, aboard rocky mountaineer. canada's rocky mountains await. call your travel agent or rocky mountaineer for special offers now.
where i've heard they have very good food. his new book is this. "bread is gold. extraordinary meals with ordinary ingredients." say hello to chef massimo bottura. [ cheers and applause ] . >> jimmy: how are you thank you for coming. great to have you here. first tell us about the work you've been doing that led to this book. >> it's, you know, and two half years after the universal e exexposition where all of the chefs come together. universal exposition was in milan and theme was feed the planet. 860 million people they don't have anything to eat. 1.3 billion pounds of food are wasted every year. 33 merced 33% of the world product suction wasted. >> you opened soup kitchen. >> we opened a beautiful soup
kitchen. >> it's probably better than our restaurants here. >> we believe in beauty. >> yes. >> and we involve architect, design, artist, because everyone deserves beauty. >> jimmy: sure. >> and one of the goal was preserving the dignity of the people. serving them. >> jimmy: and proceeds go to more soup kitchens all around the united states. >> yeah we open paris at the end of march and maples at the ends of april. >> jimmy: wow i would go to all those places, i'm going to do a homeless tour of europe. speaking of beauty. you were in our writer's kitchen this afternoon. >> yes it was a nightmare. >> jimmy: in fact there's our writer's kitchen. >> unbelievable. look at that. look at that. i had to have three pint of like
ice cream because there wasn't all left like that. >> jimmy: do you have honey nut cheeros or is that american thing. >> it's american thing but my child loves that. i got some rum. >> jimmy: yeah so you grabbed a bunch of stuff to make a three course meal out of the junk you found in the kitchen. show us what you made. great example for the people. >> i got some bagels. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i cut it, cube and coast them, add tomatoes and si cialantro. >> jimmy: they had cilantro i don't know why. is that from you guillermo. >> yeah i put it right there. >> so we're going to make pantinella mexico style dedicate
to guillermo. >> jimmy: you want to come over. >> yeah sure. >> jimmy: we're going to make mexican panzen illa he's known as mexican panzeni'lla. and you wash your hands before this? >> yes. this is the best tool. >> jimmy: how important is it to wash your hands. >> very important. because every time you touch something this is going to transfer to the next course. >> jimmy: exactly so you're talking about strictly from a flavor standpoint it's important. >> yep. >> jimmy: and if you were to sneeze in that would you throw it out or serve it anyway? >> oh, throw it out. >> jimmy: things really are different there in italy. >> yeah very different. >> jimmy: guillermo took the stuff that was sitting in that disgusting room and makes it into beautiful room. >> next time i put the pasta on. >> jimmy: yeah would you mind
putting the pasta on. i know this will be good. interesting the bagels all cut up like this. >> wow this is delicious. >> delicious. >> jimmy: really good. you make garbage taste so delicious. i'm going to keep eating while you cook over there. guillermo finish the show. >> all right so what do we have here next. >> next is going to be pasta. okay. look at this pasta. it's a mix of everythingx. >> jimmy: it's broken pasta. so you don't have to throw broken pasta out. >> yeah. no. and the best stuff we're going to make the pesto. >> jimmy: what did you make it out of? >> basil but didn't have enough so we put thyme, mint, parmesan, extra virgil olive oil and we use bread crumbs. >> so you can put anything you
want right. >> it depends. it's your palette telling you what to put. >> jimmy: okay you're my little palette. >> you couldn't put any rosemary or sage because they're two aggressive. >> jimmy: i see. okay. what if my palette wants it. >> your palette is wrong. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my palette is wrong. oh, this looks like it's going to be good. how beautiful. i can't believe you made this. >> smell it. >> jimmy: it does smell great. wow so fresh. >> smell the minute. >> jimmy: and you're going to put parmesan cheese in there that can't be good, no way. >> no that one is mine. >> jimmy: oh, all right. we do not eat parm from the writer's office. >> so the pasta's ready. look at this. >> beautiful night. look what we're going to do.
going to put toasted popcorn. >> you cook the popcorn and then toasted it. wow is that legal. >> yep. >> jimmy: guillermo you try and i'll try too. >> so italian. >> jimmy: yeah, this is like italian at the movies. >> this is good. >> jimmy: oh, my god that's ridiculously good. >> feel how light it is. >> jimmy: yeah the popcorn is great. >> this is a recipe in the book because we have to confront these kind of problems every day. >> jimmy: wow really good. >> sometimes you don't know what you have so you have to confront your creativity. >> jimmy: hear that guillermo you got to confront that [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] [ applause ] ban an annas.
>> jimmy: black bananas, you combine those with what? >> so what we did here, we create a sauce like dolce de leche with this kind of milk. >> jimmy: oh, gross. >> and we use some lemon. >> jimmy: yeah. >> we toast the banana with wit casu carmelized sugar. >> jimmy: wow just slice the banana down the middle. >> yep. >> jimmy: and that does look good, i love bananas i may have been a moncrikey in my past lif. this is valentine day candies on top. >> what are you doing for valentine's day you want to come to my house. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
kwo cook for my wife. maybe she gets happy, you know. >> jimmy: yeah maybe she gets happy. >> and theo left over from the ice cream. we use just the almond ice cream. >> jimmy: okay. all right. wow you're not kidding around here. wow that is beautiful. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guillermo go, eat the inside, scoop it, tell me how you like it, you little monkey, what do you think? it looks good to me. >> it's great. >> jimmy: this is cain his book it's called "bread is gold" is available now. i'd like to thank oscar isaac, red gerard, and apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time. nightline is next. good night!
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ this is "nightline." >> tonight role model, meet the cover queen of the new sports illustrated swim suit edition the third african-american woman in the magazine's history. drawing inspiration from the first. >> i always wanted to be like tyra. >> and christie brinkley's daughter thinks these photos are about empowering women not objectifying them. >> to think anyone could take what we've been doing and label it as object fiction makes me sick. >> plus superman flying after a lifetime of overcoming adversity. >> watching him die, literally, can't describe it. >> battling