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we appreciate your time. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, woody harrelson, from "roseanne," sara gilbert, and music from bazzi, and now don't move. here's jimmy kimmel. >> jimmy: welcome. thank you. hi, everybody. ♪ thank you for watching. thank you for coming. thank you very much. did you -- i don't know if you're excited or nervous or what? but i wonder if, did you feel
the earth quaking this morning? we had an earthquake 4.5 on the ricter scale at 5:00 a.m. did you feel it? >> no i didn't. >> i didn't either. slept right through it. 23 whenever we have an earthquake in l.a. stay calm and post on social media of that's how we handle it. there was a lot of that. the center was about 90 miles away in a town known primarily for outlet stores, cabazon, was intense there but anne taylor's lost had no damage. in a way it was refreshing to wake up to an earthquake that didn't come from the president's twitter. the president announced yesterday he'd be making an announcement at 2:00 this
afternoon on the future of our nuclear pact with iran he's been teasing it like a new "star wars" trailer and as promised, his announcement. >> i am announcing today that the united states will withdrawal from the iran nuclear deal. >> jimmy: he is so pleased with himself, pulling out of obama's deal, the one time trump should have pulled out we ended up with donald jr. [ cheers and applause ] and now watching donald trump give this speech today was nothing short of fascinating. >> today's action sends a critical message. the united states no longer makes empty threats, when i make promises, i keep them, in fact, at this very moment secretary p pompeo is on his way to north
korea in preparation of my upcoming meeting with kim jong-un. >> jimmy: i feel like he's learning to read before our very eyes. but when he makes promises he keeps them. ask any of the women michael cohen paid off. said iran deal was horrible deal. never should have been made. i bet he knows none of the details. this is not a popular decision. lawmakers from both parties spoke out the british prime minister and regretted trump's choice. trump said he will reimbursement pose sanctions on iran and iran said will immediately resume enriching eye rainium but trump says it iran doesn't fall in line look out. >> if the regime continues its nuclear aspirations it will have bigger problems than it has ever
had before. >> jimmy: that's right don't test him, he'll turn your whole country into a poorly run casino like that. [ cheers and applause ] meanwhile, the president's legal team will decide next week whether or not he should testify before special counsel robert mueller. trump could sit with robert mueller and get caught in a lie or worse get caught in the truth, which would be devastati devastating. the wall street journal reports his lawyers put him through four hour practice session got through two questions. he's like that old lady from "the notebook" first thing's first your name is donald trump and you're president of the united states. go. so trump's lawyers requested that he be able to answer the special counsel's questions in writing instead of in person, robert mueller said no. that makes sense. look at his handwriting. they'd have to bring in a cardiologist to translate.
so it's also interesting. the president's lawyers don't trust him to answer questions but do trust him to be president. makes no sense at all. president is also unhappy with his newest a attorney rudy giuliani, making a mess of the interviews he's giving. he's like look i w i w i w the crazy. can you imagine rambling so much that even donald trump is like you're embarrassing me. [ cheers and applause ] they say may from doing any more interviews. i hope not it would be like killing off mr. echo on "lost" it's too soon. stormy daniels attorney presented evidence that a russian
attorney $500,000 and stormy said after sex trump's hair looks likea drunk this is a woman who seen a drunken cockatoo. [ cheers and applause ] thanks everybody. good night. last night in new york city. did you see the met gala. it's like a costume party at m metropolitan museum of art with the theme fashion and kim kardashian wore a stump on her stomach and j. lo with a cross like a super hero. cardi b with an alter on her head. sarah jessica park erp showed
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>> jimmy: i don't -- i -- [ cheers and applause ] i wish i had not seen that. i really do. it's like an inflatable used car lot guys came alive. now it's time for something fun and educational. we are about to embark on a battle for the ages. we pit senior versus junior. it's time to play generation gap. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. so now to my cousin sal hey cousin sal. >> hey cousin jimmy what's h happening. >> jimmy: what's happening out there tonight. >> this is for the solo the soll >> jimmy: let's meet the contestant it's shall we. reigning champion two-time winner from culver
14-year-old traffvers [ cheers and applause ] how's it going. >> good how you are. >> jimmy: you got your braces off. >> i'm excited about that. >> jimmy: all right if you lose we're going to put them back on. do you believe you will three-peat tonight? >> yes, i do. >> jimmy: you have a tough test ahead. let's meet your challenger, a mother of three, grandmother and great grandmother say hello to jo vargas. hi jo. may i ask how old you are. >> you may. >> jimmy: and how old are you. >> you may ask. >> jimmy: ha, ha. i think it's important to say that jo is slightly above 90 years old because i want to illustrate that there is a significant age gap between you and traffvis hence the name of e game. here's how it works, i will ask questions whoever gets more right wins. got it. >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right let's play. first question is for jo.
jo. >> yes. >> jimmy: what is this game that you see on the video game called. >> good lord. >> jimmy: what is that game called. >> i see it. somebody help me. >> jimmy: jo, no one can -- >> block head. >> jimmy: good guess. that's not right what is that game traffvertravers. >> minecraft. >> jimmy: that is correct. this is for you what's this called? >> back gammon. >> jimmy: oh, congratulations off to a good start. so jo, you understand what we're going to do here right. >> yes. >> jimmy: no need to get surly, jo, we're going to take a break and come back and finish this exciting game, dramatic conclusion to generation gap when we return so stick around. [ cheers and applause ]
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he defended women's healthcare, banned military-style assault weapons, banned workplace discrimination, and more. antonio for governor. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. woody harrelson and sara gilbert and music from bazzi is coming but right now it is battle of the ages, 91-year-old jo versus 14-year-old travers in a game of generation gap. next question is for travers, who famously said," and that's the way it is". >> i have no idea but i'll go with a president herbert hoover. >> incorrect travers. jo, you have a chance, who said "and that's the way it is". >> it wasn't johnny carson.
>> jimmy: no it wasn't johnny carson. >> it was a newscaster. >> jimmy: yes. >> someone give me a clue. >> jimmy: that would actually ruin the game, jo, no one can give you a clue. >> dig deep. >> jimmy: jo. >> i can't remember. >> jimmy: it was walter cronkite is the answer we were looking for. you gettet next question too. who less famously said, we the best. >> let's say ali. >> jimmy: ali is incorrect travers? >> kendrick lamar. >> jimmy: producer dj cal says we the best. wow is he going to be disappointed in you travers. >> sorry. >> jimmy: next question for jo, what's the name of this clown? >> i've never seen it before in
my life. >> jimmy: you have not. travers, we go to you, what is the name of that clown. >> that clown is pennywise. >> jimmy: that's right from the movie "it", jo. travers, who is this clown? >> what on earth is that? i honestly have no guess but just say like crusty the clown. >> jimmy: that is not crusty the clown. crusty is a cartoon. he did not come to life. jo, who is that clown? that's one of the most famous clowns ever. >> somebody back there give me a clue. come on guys. i can't remember. >> jimmy: blank the clown. >> that's not his name, blank the can clown. that's bozo the clown. does that ring a bell now? >> no. >> jimmy: jo, have you ever
owned a television? >> what's that? >> jimmy: all right. the next question is for travers. travers, you have a 30-point lead. what is the name of this character from a famous television show of the past? >> i think that's like a mother from dick van dyke or something. >> jimmy: oh, you're close but no that's incorrect. jo, what's the name of that character? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: no idea? does she look familiar at all. >> no she does not. >> jimmy: are you looking at the tv or at something else. >> i'm looking, i'm staring. >> jimmy: yes that is aunt b from the andy griffin show. >> you know i have never seen the andy griffin show. >> oh, ten points, all right. >> yahoo, thank you. [ applause ] >> jimmy: all right, jo, here's
another question. that was aunt b. what's the name of this character? >> oh, good lord. >> jimmy: if she gets this i would jump off a bridge. do you know who that is? >> no. >> jimmy: take a guess. >> some broad. >> jimmy: yes. you're getting warmer. >> very large chest. >> jimmy: yes. >> cardi b. >> jimmy: what did you say? >> rdb. >> jimmy: no, no, you're pretty close, i'm pretty sure you're cheating. travers. >> that's cardi b. >> jimmy: you are correct. jo, next question who are these
celebrity siblings what are their last names. >> they're very cute. >> jimmy: travers who are those celebrity siblings. >> those are the helmsworths. >> jimmy: that's right. travers, i'll give you one. who are these celebrity siblings? >> oh, my god, the brady bunch? >> jimmy: jo, tell travers who those celebrity siblings are, those fresh faced boys, mormon boys from the 70s. none of them's rdb. >> i don't know. >> jimmy: those are the ozmonds. >> goodness gracious. >> jimmy: i think you probably read too many books and not watched enough television. >> i'm not a television watcher.
>> jimmy: well you should have told us that before. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] well, you know what, travers wins again but neither of you are going home empty handed. jo, your consolation prize is a apple watch. >> oh, wow. >> jimmy: and travers your prize is a pocket watch. and enjoy. thanks for playing. >> wow. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show, music from bazzi, from "roseanne," sara gilbert is here, and we'll be right back with woody harrelson. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by the makers of accu-chek guide simple pay. to save a buck and donate a buck, visit "buckoffdiabetes.com." do ndo not misjudgenity quiet tranquility. with the power of 335 turbo-charged horses
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi and welcome back. tonight from "roseanne," darlene conner, sara gilbert is here. then, his album is called, "cosmic." bazzi from the mercedes-benz stage. [ cheers and applause ] apple music has a film about bazzi right now. he is their "up next" artist. so check that out. tomorrow night, young han solo himself alden ehrenreich will be here, ben falcone will join us,
and we'll have music from 2 chainz with yg, and on thursday night, donald glover, molly gordon, and music from angelique kidjo. >> jimmy: our first guest is a 3-time oscar nominated, one-time emmy winning actor who now leaps into a world of wookies and droids. he plays space criminal tobias beckett in "solo: a star wars story." it opens in theaters may 25th. please welcome woody harrelson. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's quite an entry.
and now looks like guillermo is under arrest. well, you're really embracing the "star wars" thing aren't you. >> these guys are with me everywhere i go. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah just protection and also so i don't say the wrong thing. >> jimmy: oh, right. i would imagine that -- are you good at keeping secrets. >> great. what do you got? >> jimmy: no i'm not trying to tell you. you know, i assume, the whole plot of the movie, right and i assume the movie studio doesn't want you to reveal the whole ploft the movie. >> that's exactly right. >> jimmy: and so do they have special talks with you. do you feel the sit down with you is more intensive than it would be, say, one of the other actors. >> well they know i'm a little loose sometimes. you know. fast and loose. you know, it's done well for me over the years and in this
particular context, yeah, they send these guys guys me. >> jimmy: just to make sure you will get blasted if anything hands. do you worry about that? are you worried about revealing anything. >> i guess i have to worry a little bit. >> jimmy: did you have to sign a document saying they will take your home from you. >> i did sign but i scribbled it. you know, in a court of law you could argue it's not mine signature. >> jimmy: somebody else got in there. >> yeah. you guys are dismissed but could you stay close, maybe the snackbar, you can find a vap pen back there. >> jimmy: darth vaper. did you see the original "star wars" movie in the 70s in theater? >> yeah you guys probably won't believe this but i was alive in the 70s and, yeah, i did. i remember it was just a huge thing. >> jimmy: it was a big thing. did you go to it? >> yeah.
>> jimmy: you did, okay. >> i mean not like a premier. i was in ohio. >> jimmy: and did it make this impression on you. and do you look back on that day, and think like, wow, i'm in this now. >> yeah. yeah. it was a big impression. i mean, everybody obviously who was, you know, there's probably -- joe, you know, would know about this, the lady who was doing the -- oh, she's not up yet. >> jimmy: what? >> the old and the young. >> jimmy: for the game, okay. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> she would have known. >> jimmy: did you get jo high before the game. >> well we had a little hang time. >> jimmy: i learned something about you today. i would love to get your thoughts on this. you, where did you go to college. >> hanover college.
>> jimmy: mike pence was a student at hanover college while you were there. >> that's true. >> jimmy: did you know him. >> yes. we were both very religious. was a plrespressbyterian schola. >> jimmy: did they draft you to give you a scholarship. >> i was considering being a minister and kind of went a different way. >> jimmy: yeah you did. [ cheers and applause ] and then, so what did your -- do you have any memories of a young mike pence, like, were you guys hanging out together? >> you know i remember, i actually quite liked him. thought he was a pretty good guy. very religious. very committed. >> jimmy: i see. >> so you know seeing as how i'm not quite in that ball park now, i don't know how we'd get along.
because he think he's still quite religious. >> jimmy: yeah. >> just a whole different brand of religious. >> jimmy: yeah. >> that kind of fervor that you really don't want. i don't. >> jimmy: you especially don't want. >> certainly was good for me at the time that i kind of, that i started to shift off. you know, i studied theology and started rethinking the way, you know, i started to see how man-made the bible was, the nice council and koichurch and all t and said i could put this whole thing on hold for a while. like, i don't no does god exist is it christianity i said let's just put this whole idea on hold so i can have 20s and 30s of extreme h heathenism. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: so right now it's still on hold? [ laughter ] or has it been cancelled? >> well, i -- i do find myself -- i do believe there is a god, now. but that ironically came from reading an auto biography he's either spiritual man or a fraud and if he is telling the truth then there's a god. >> jimmy: you so obviously believe he's telling the truth. >> i do. >> jimmy: i thought yoganonda was like a frozen yogurt shop. i didn't get a presbyterian scholarship when i went. >> you can't just dole those out to everybody. >> jimmy: woody we're going to
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i'll just take them all out. >> what are we looking at? >> you have a talent for sticking your nose where it doesn't belong. >> i couldn't help but notice you have a uniform with laser burned so either you healed quick or stale dead man, you're not imperial army. you're thieves here to steal equipment for a job and i want in. >> now we got to shoot him. >> no snap his neck. it's less mess. "solo: a star wars story" opens in theaters may 25th. cheryl eryl there you go. what do you think? >> i'm glad you got to see
great actor han solo and i think you will really love him. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: really impressed by him. >> i am. >> jimmy: seems like it was shot in a terrible place. where did you shoot that. >> prime wood. >> jimmy: that was had run, for real? >> london. desolate. >> jimmy: that's unbelievable. >> the sets are unbelievable. i'm unprotected. >> jimmy: you can say whatever you want now. did you and ron howard spend a lot of time together? >> yeah, yeah. i've known him since i think we did "ed tv" in '97, '98, matthew
mcconaughey was in that. played ed. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah so i always just had great respect and love for him. i think he's an amazing guy. and from what i hear it's a fantastic movie. >> jimmy: i assume you're going to see it at some point, correct? >> i'm going to see it at the premi premier on thursday. >> jimmy: so you will see it watch the whole thing. >> i'll just go ahead and watch it. >> jimmy: that's a good idea. have you been to willie's house lately, willie nelson in hawaii i was there with him and i don't know the distance where you guys live and where that volcano is. >> well that's on the big island. >> jimmy: okay it can't come to you. >> there's not an active volcano -- no it would be quite a reach, there's not an active volcano on maui, i hope not. it's devastating. >> jimmy: do you go over and play cards over there.
>> yeah i was just there the other day. >> jimmy: you were. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: who else was at the card game. >> our buddy stan was there. not people you would necessarily know. yeah. oh, nelly. >> jimmy: don nelson that's a good one. what's the most largest sum of money you lost in a situation at willie nelson's house. >> just -- you don't really want to know that. >> jimmy: really it's not a low stakes game? >> well it could be low. >> jimmy: starts out as low. >> it could start out as low. >> jimmy: are there limits. >> sometimes the thing is, you work into the evening, you know, willie opens up the parameters a little bit more and then you're in more hot water when you get home. and that kind of thing. >> jimmy: i see. >> i build a wing on willie's house. >> jimmy: you have. does willie give you credit or are you -- >> oh, he gives me credit for sure. next time he's on here you ask
him. >> jimmy: i will. >> has woody contributed to hurrous. >> jimmy: i see. do you owe him money currently. >> is this where you pitch "star wars." >> jimmy: this is taking a sad turn in a way. guys you got to go see this movie because if you don't woody potentially could have his home repossessed by willie nelson of all people. >> it's going to be sad like willie would basically become my landlord. >> jimmy: i think he would be a good land tlolord to have, justl him, i paid you. >> jimmy: woody harrelson! "solo: a star wars story" opens in theaters may 25th. we'll be right back with sara gilbert. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ >> jimmy: our next guest wasn't born on tv, but she grew up here. she is a producer and talk show host by day, and conner family member by night. "roseanne" airs tuesday nights here on abc, please welcome sara gilbert. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how's it going? >> good, so i was very excited woody harrelson was here, i'm a big fan. it took me back because i remember he had something in his house many years ago, i think it was an environmental meeting or something and had a teepee in
his backyard and i said that's the coolest thing ever and for my 6th birthday my mom got me like a big teepee. >> jimmy: really. >> i will say as parental advisory to anybody don't buy a 16-year-old a teepee. >> jimmy: that's the first thing that popped in my head it's just another area to fill with smoke without setting off the alarms. >> away from the house. it's not a good scene. >> jimmy: wow that's pretty crazy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: speaking of, while we're on that subject wa was here talking about pot. did you know she was a pot smoker when you were on the show. >> i don't no, in fact, i only found out during the filming this last season, not that she wasn't stoned at work, i'm sure
she wasn't, but it was her birthday and laurie metcalf was getting her a gift and i said i need to get her a gift and she said i'm getting her some weed i said i want in on that gift so gi get two bags for her and we're setting it all up in the wardrobe room, not setting it up, but just her gifts and this balloons and whatever, and then we're coming up to when she's going to come in and i realize wait i'm a producer on the show and we can't give her this until after the taping. >> jimmy: right. >> because you're not just a trouble making costar. >> ant who wants to risk it. >> jimmy: well it is r. legal. would you fire someone if they were fully baked before the show. >> i wouldn't. of course she never would be. but just got to play it safe. >> jimmy: yeah right. i don't know if i agree with of course she never would be, to be honest with you.
how does it work. because i know this whole thing, roseanne was on the talk and john goodman was on, and you did a mini, i know this has been discussed repeatedly, you said maybe we should do the show again and they said yeah we'd be interested in doing it, now you have a massive hit on your hands, you're the executive producer of the show. is it strange to be the boss of these people who not only were the stars of the show but they were your parents on the show. >> yeah i wouldn't say i'm the boss. i would say it's a collaborative effort. right. roseanne is executive producer too. >> jimmy: i see. >> everybody has ideas. i feel i can be a representative for the cast for anything that comes up. i think what's great this time around the writers and cast is so close and so much communication so however i can facilitate that. >> jimmy: first time i around i
spoke to roseanne about this and rather than memorizing their name she'd give them numbers and call them out like number six, true? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: john goodman said true. >> i think it was true. it may have been when i left for college. >> jimmy: and would phone in from college. >> i would phone in from college. so i sort of missed that. there was a time, i didn't really see many of the antics on the show because i think she was protective of the kids and just trying to protect creative content and inciting a lot of battles i wasn't privy too. >> jimmy: i see. >> there was a time we hit number one and network sent like chocolate bar number one as a gift and roseanne was always fighting for women's rights and felt like they were sending the men's cars and sending her chocolate bars. >> jimmy: cars and bars. >> so she's talked about this,
hitting the chocolate bar with a bat in protest that it was a sexist gift. >> jimmy: i see. >> but i was a kid, i was like that seems like i good chocolate bar. what are you doing. >> jimmy: let me just grab a piece right there. >> yeah. >> jimmy: are you surprised by how successful the show is. i'm not at all surprised i felt like when i saw roseanne before the show i said it is going to he about a huge hit. she seemed surprised by it. are you surprised by it. >> i think you can never expect anything. i'm thrilled about it and i hope, mainly because i just want to be able to keep making it, so if people are watching you can keep making it and hopefully put out content they relate to. so for me it's just the opportunity to do it. >> jimmy: how many episodes will you do next season. >> 13 next season. >> jimmy: more than this season. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's great. simultaneously you're the executive producer and one of
the hosts "the talk". >> right. >> jimmy: how do you manage doing both of those. >> it's not that bad, we set up the schedule so i leave the talk, that's an early day we're usually done at noon and i go over and they set up the roseanswros roseanne stage next door. i run back and forth. once in a while i can bounce back and forth to do scenes. >> jimmy: wow is it fun for you to be in that environmental again with those people or does it feel like you moved back in with your parents? >> no that's one of the draws is getting to be with these same people you grew up with and doing it again. i said it's like going back to elementary school and you're a student again and it's kind of a head trip. feel like you're at home. >> jimmy: you go back to elementary school everything
seems tiny, the sees, did you have anything like that. >> no because i was actually 22. >> jimmy: right you were fully grown. >> and basically everything looked big to me always. >> jimmy: i see. well. okay. it's very good to have you here. congratulations on the big success of the show. >> thank you. "roseanne" airs tuesdays at 8 on abc, and we'll return with music from bazzi. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
>> dicky: th- "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i want to thank woody harrelson, sara gilbert, and apologies to matt damon. this is his album "cosmic." here with the song "mine," bazzi! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ how we feeling tonight [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ you so you so precious when you smile hit it from the back and drive you wild ♪ ♪ girl i lose myself up in those eyes i just had to let you know you're mine ♪ ♪ hands on your body i don't want to waste no time feels like forever even if forever's tonight ♪ ♪ just lay with me waste this night away with me you're mine i can't look away i just got to say ♪ ♪ i'm so happy you're alive swear to god i'm down if you're down all you got to say is right ♪
♪ girl anything i can do just to make you feel alright oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ i just had to let you know you're fine ♪ ♪ running circles round my mind even when it's rainy all you ever do is shine you on fire you a star ♪ ♪ just like mariah man this feel incredible i'll turn you into a bride you're mine ♪ ♪ hands on your body i don't want to waste no time feels like forever even if forever's tonight ♪ ♪ just lay with me waste this night away with me you're mine i can't look away i just got to say ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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