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we >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- claire danes. from "superfly," jason mitchell. "this week in unnecessary censorship." and music from pusha t. and now, finally, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very nice, thank you. hi, i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. i'm happy to have you here.
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there's no chand iting. we don't have chanting officials. that's very nice. welcome. joined us earlier this evening in primetime, the nba finals tippedff tonight in oakland, california. the golden state warriors against the cleveland cavaliers. these are two teams that are meeting for what, like the fourth -- good news, abc like the it so much they picked it up for a fifth consecutive season. [ laughter ] this is finals number nine for lebron james. and there's a lot at stake. not only are the cavaliers and warriors playing for another ring, they're playing for the chance to reject an invitation to the white house. [ laughter ] which is big. [ cheers and applause ] there's lebron james, look at this. i think lebron is getting taller because his pants don't fit anymore. lau [ laughter ] he knows cavs is short for cavaliers, not the body part? i got an interesting
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basketball-related invitation from none other than ted cruz. ted cruz, the guy who once called the hoop the basketball ring on the campaign trail. tuesday night i made mention of the fact that ted cruz was at game seven between the rockets and the warriors in houston. he tweeted a photo of himself from the game, and i noticed that he looked like a blobfish. [ laughter ] so apparently ted got wind of this and last night he tweeted, jimmy kimmel, all right big guy, you talk a good game, you besmirched my support for the houston -- besmirch. he really knows his way around a dish track, this ted. let's settle this man to man, one on one, hoops or ring ball if you prefer, the loser gives $5,000 to the nonpolitical charity of the winner's choice. i immediately went online and googled "how to guard a blobfish." [ laughter ] then i went on twitter and i wrote back, i like this idea, i'll accept on one condition, we
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both wear very short shorts. which wi be grea right? [ cheers and applause ] wouldn't you like to see ted cruz -- ted in those little '80s larry bird shorts? he wasn't as enthusiastic about that idea. he wrote, as borat demonstrated conclusively, nobody wants to see that and abc would probably be fined by the fcc. how about this you dress yourself, i'll do the same, play to 10, by ones, win by two. to try again i wrote, crop tops? [ laughter ] that didn't fly either. he wrote, jimmy kimmel, never mind the dress code. now i'm annoying him. we can play to 10 or 21 or 50, your choice, adam carolla can provide color commentary. if we played to 50, we'd both be dead by the end of the game. [ laughter ] maybe that's the way to go, sacrifice myself for the good of the land. this could be a real thing. why he wants to do this i have no idea. you really want to play basketball against a talk show
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host? you already lost an election to a reality show host, isn't that enough? [ laughter and groans ] if he wants to do it, i feel that i have to do it, right? besides, who needs to watch lebron and kevin durant again when we can instead focus on two out of shape white men in their 50s with little to no athletic ability instead? [ laughter ] yes, ted cruz, i do accept your challenge. i will play you one on one. [ cheers and applause ] i will not underestimate you. i know you run some kind of basketball league for senators, you probably think you're good. i know you played basketball when you were younger. i saw the picture in your high school yearbook. [ laughter ] but i will warn you of what happened the last time someone challenged me to play one on one. >> all right, you ready? here we go. >> put it this way, if he scores on me, i'll come on his show buck naked. >> look at that how about that!
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>> jimmy: senator, i played against shaquille o'neal. i know shaq. shaq is a friend of mine. and you, senator cruz, are no shaquille o'neal. [ laughter and applause ] got to figure out the details. maybe we should do this the monday before the midterms. it would be fun to see him lose twice in one week, right? [ audience groaning ] guillermo, we're doing two a days every day starting this weekend, you be ready. >> guillermo: i'm ready, yeah. >> jimmy: okay. i'm going to play basketball with ted cruz. here's another sentence i never thought i'd say. yes, kim kardashian met with president trump. [ laughter ] to discuss prison reform. for real. there they are. star of america's number one reality show, and kim kardashian. [ laughter ] did this actually happen or did roseanne slip us all an ambien? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] like madame tussauds come to life. kim was reportedly supposed to
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meet with jared kushner about this subject, but surprise surprise, guess who showed up when he heard she was there. trump was like, hey, i need to have a meeting with somebody named kim this month. [ laughter ] kim kardashian, believe it or not -- [ applause ] in all seriousness, she has a lot of compassion for the incarcerated, because you know, she herself once spent an hour locked in a fitting room at a zara. and that's when she became an activist. i think it's cool that kim -- she did this, she didn't have time to do this, nba playoffs, that's right in the middle of the kardashian mating season, so good for her. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] unfortunately for kim's cause, donald trump's idea of prison reform is to give pardons to everyone he likes. today he pardoned a far right wing pundit named dinesh desouza who happens to have mate an
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anti-hillary movie. he seth he might pardon martha stewart and commute the sentence of rob blagojevich. sounds like somebody's putting together his own "ocean's 11" team or something. [ laughter ] martha stewart and rob blagojevich were both on "the apprentice." basically if you were ever on "the apprentice," you're free to commit any crime you like during the trump presidency. if gary busey finds out about this, we're all in a lot of trouble. [ laughter ] very fishy. you know, normally presidents do give pardons, but typically they give them at the end of their term. who knows, maybe trump knows something we don't. [ cheers and applause ] wait, this is something. this is something you really have to see to believe. there's a televangelist from louisiana, jesse duplantis, hoping for a miracle, asking viewers to send him money so that he may be able to buy a $54 million jet. for real. this is his pitch. and while it sounds ridiculous,
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it already worked. he's had three other private jets, now he wants a new one. here's jesse business his friend, another televangelist, kenneth, explaining why this request isn't coming from him this request is coming from jesus. >> the lord said, jesse, do you like your plane? you know, i thought, that's an odd statement. i said, well, certainly, lord. he said, do you really like it? and i thought, well, yes, lord. he said this, so that's it? i didn't know how to handle it. i went what? he said, you're going to let your fate stagnate? when he said that, that shocked me. whoa, wait. i literally unbuckled my seat belt in my plane, i stood up. >> you couldn't have done that in an airliner. >> no, sir. >> stand and up say, what did you say, lord? >> no. >> the guy sitting there saying, what the hell he think he's doing? can't do that. >> no, no. this is so important. the world is in such a shape, we
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can't get there without this. >> that's right. >> we've got to have this. >> right. >> jimmy: right, put it that way, it makes perfect sense. you can't get to where -- if god has a sense of humor, i hope they get their private jets and both jets get struck by lightning. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] jesse and kenneth -- by wait, don't give money to guys named jesse and kenneth. they used the late oral roberts as an example of why this private jet is so necessary. >> now oral used to fly airlines. but even back then, it got to the place where it was agitating his spirit. people coming up to him. he had become famous. they wanting him to pray for them and all that. you can't. you can't manage that today. this dope-filled world. >> right. >> get in a long tube with a bunch of demons. >> right, that's exactly it. >> it's deadly. >> it works on your heart, it really does. >> jimmy: yeah, it does.
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his justification is basically, have you tried flying commercial? these people are monsters. please give us your money so we don't ever have to be near anyone like you ever again. [ laughter ] by the way, tube filled with demons what is mike pence calls condoms. [ audience groans and applause ] >> jimmy: unless you have doubts about what the lord might think about this private jet, here's jesse to convince you otherwise. >> i really believe if jesus was physically on the earth today, he wouldn't be riding a donkey. >> jimmy: i don't think i need the whole minute to think about that. please let there be a hell, god, please. [ laughter ] it's thursday night which means it is time to, as we do, bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week, whether they need it or not. it is "this week in unnecessary censorship." >> a woman today, please don't [ bleep ] the squirrels. >> three networks pulled reruns of "roseanne" off the air, abc
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now [ bleep ] a gaping hole. >> when you boil the series down, one guy is going to try and [ bleep ] off a super-team. >> if you can [ bleep ] on somebody else, you got to be all right getting [ bleep ]ed on. >> after the first night, oh my god, i am in trouble. there are some big [ bleep ]s here. >> i guess the moral of this next story is don't [ bleep ] your wife. >> now not only is the u.s. completely left out of the process, but donald trump, the master [ bleep ], is at home [ bleep ]ing. >> i know too much about [ bleep ]. i think half the room is [ bleep ]. look at these people. [ bleep ]. i can smell a [ bleep ], believe it or not. got a lot of [ bleep ] at this one. >> laura logan began can bottle feed a baby rhino, but can she [ bleep ] one? ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: oh, tom. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: welcome back. claire danes, jason mitchell and pusha t. pusha t. is taking time from feuding with drake. you know about this? pusha t. and drake have been feuding for years. i guess pusha called drake a fake and thief, correct me if i have this wrong. >> guillermo: i think you're
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right. >> jimmy: drake sent pusha an invoice to reviving his acareer, pusha accused drake of having an illegitimate child with a porn star, if true drake could become the first canadian president of the united states already. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i don't know, but as far as i'm concerned there's only one way to settle this that's a bake-off. let's just find out whose chocolate chip cookies and banana muffins are the best and leave it at that. that's what's going on in hip-hop. meanwhile, with everything happening in washington, i think it's important not to forget the news in other parts of the country. that said, it is time for another edition of "this week in florida." >> two people facing drug charges after a tip sent officers to a parking lot on winn-dixie highway, on diction say highway in st. augustine. officers found crystal methvid in a parked car with crystal
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meth. >> jimmy: she was bailed out by aunt fetamine, so everything's okay. it's hard to limit this feature to just once a week. so would you like to see another one? all right. by popular demand, here it is. a special bonus edition of "this week in florida." >> girl, look at her. she is shaving. oh my god. this lady is shaving. in the pool. oh, i hope she don't shave her hoo-haw next. >> jimmy: she's going to make a great governor of that state. back to basketball. at this time of the year, people get in a conversation about who are the best nba players of all-time. one of the names you hear is karl malone. karl malone is a won ger der to
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behold. i sat down to chat about all manner of stuff. ♪ >> jimmy: you want to hear my impress of you ordering a salad? would you ever order a salad at a restaurant? >> you don't say that to a steak guy. you know what you'd say? karl malone. >> jimmy: karl malone? >> uh-huh, are you a karl-nivore? >> jimmy: you are a carnivore? >> say you was on a plane and we went down. >> jimmy: right, yes. >> and i had to, we can't get out of here, you and i, the pilots, they didn't make it. >> jimmy: okay. >> to survive, i would have to chew you. >> jimmy: wait a minute, we're on a plane, you would be that hungry that you need to start eating the other passengers? >> no, i didn't say other passengers. you and i on the plane, two pilots, we're going to louisiana. something crazy happens -- >> jimmy: it's a three-hour flight.
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>> something could happen. >> jimmy: what could happen? >> we could land on the mountain and nobody know that the tracking went out -- >> jimmy: this is a plane crash. >> yeah, but we survive. >> jimmy: okay. >> i do. because i'm a viking. >> jimmy: right. >> i take care of you, but i'm actually just waiting for you to take -- >> jimmy: you're farming me in a wait. >> waiting for you to take your last breath. >> jimmy: so that you can eat me? >> yeah, to survive. >> jimmy: this took a weird turn. >> you looking very tender. >> jimmy: right. >> but go ahead. >> jimmy: i don't think i can now. because you wouldn't order a salad. >> no, i would not. i just want meat. >> jimmy: let me do that, then. you pretend to be waiter, ask me -- and i'm you, okay? i'm going to look at the menu here, okay. pretend the cards arm are a men. i put the menu down. >> look at me, acknowledge me, i'm waiting. >> jimmy: okay, okay.
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>> what can i get for you? >> jimmy: karl malone would like meat! >> deer, buffalo, horse, cow? >> jimmy: karl malone love cow! >> cow. >> jimmy: rare. >> just like right off the ass rare? >> jimmy: karl malone like meat right off the ass rare. >> karl walking through the restaurant, cut off his ass -- >> jimmy: now you being a smarta. ss with karl malone, karl malone going to hit you with an elbow. >> okay, yes, sir, i'm just trying to give you what you want. >> jimmy: this is the worst applebee's karl malone ever been to. >> this is not apple bees, sir. >> jimmy: where we at? >> we're at joe's crab shack, they got steak on the menu tonight. >> jimmy: okay, karl malone would like steak and crab. >> the one that's walking or -- >> jimmy: dead one. >> dead one? you put a little lotion on, they die. >> jimmy: lotion? you put lotion on crabs? this went horribly. >> who got that in here? >> jimmy: oh, it's a sexually
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transmitted disease, all right, i'm stupid. >> no, you're not stupid. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, karl. tonight on the show we have music from pusha t., jason mitchell is here, be right back with claire danes! >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by waymo. fully self-driving cars have arrived. simpari-what? simparica is what kills tick and fleas, like us. kills? kills! studies show at the end of the month, it kills more ticks in less time than frontline plus and nexgard. guess we should mosey on. see ya never, roxy! use simparica with caution in dogs with a history of seizures or neurologic disorders. the most common side effects are vomiting, diarrhea, and lethargy. say goodbye to ticks and fleas... with monthly simparica chewables.
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>> jimmy: well, hi there. tonight from the new remake of the movie "superfly," the gentleman who played easy e in "straight outta compton" jason mitchell is here with us tonight. then, his latest album is called "daytona," pusha t from the mercedes-benz stage. next week, we have new shows at our regular time slot with jodie foster, mariah carey, billy bob thornton, becca the bachelorette, isla fisher, hannibal burress, plus music from ray lamontagne, kyle featuring kehlani, and aloe blacc. and we will be in primetime on sunday night for game two of the nba finals with sandra bullock, tracy morgan, and ben simmons of the philadelphia 76ers. [ cheers and applause ] that's sunday at 7/6 central after the game on the west coast. our first guest tonight either celebrated the start of the nba finals by swallowing a basketball or she's pregnant. we'll find out shortly.
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she's a multi-emmy and golden globe-winning actress who takes a break from keeping our country safe on "homeland" to star in the new movie "a kid like jake." it opens in theaters tomorrow, please welcome claire danes. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i'm so glad you're here. >> i'm so glad to be here. >> jimmy: when people are pregnant it's a nuisance to come do the show, right? >> no it's a thrill, a pleasure, an honor. >> jimmy: are you feeling good? >> i'm feeling fine, right. i flew out -- it's a little more complicated when you're knocked up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what do you have to do? what are the change in this. >> so i have to wear compression stockings. >> jimmy: oh. yeah. >> i should be wearing them all the time but i definitely like
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have to wear them when i fly. >> jimmy: why, because your toes will explode? >> no, so there's a lot of pressure on the lower extremities, right? >> jimmy: right. >> so it interferes with circulation. so it's harder for the blood to get back up to the heart. anyway, so i hate these things. >> jimmy: right. >> i refuse to wear them until it's entirely essential. so i'm trying to negotiate putting them on. and the teeny tiny bathroom on the plane. >> jimmy: you're on the plane putting them on? >> yeah, because it's just -- the last second until we take off, you know? and i'm in there like 20 frickin' minutes. you know. it turns out compression stockings are rather tight, right? >> jimmy: yeah that's the whole point. >> you need talcum powder, i didn't have any of that stuff. all the limbs were in every direction. you know. i don't know what they thought i was doing in there. but it was not erotic. >> jimmy: i did not know you were supposed to use talcum powder. >> that's what my ob-gyn
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suggested. i didn't come fully equipped, i don't know. >> jimmy: you got them on? >> i got them on. >> jimmy: and it worked. >> and i'm here. >> jimmy: you got here safely. >> without exploding. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you have a child this will be number two. >> yes, this is number two. >> jimmy: are you ready? do you feel it went well last time, you do it right? >> yeah, it went all right first time. i actually got induced so i knew when we were having -- you know. that kind of took -- that helped a little bit. but my husband and i were doing last-minute prep work at bed, bath & beyond, you know. desperately grabbing things off the shelves. trying to assert some control. and people -- it happened to be the day that we were going to, you know, have this person arrive, happened to be the day of the finale of "homeland." i guess the third season, second -- anyway, it was airing. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> people kept coming up to us in the store saying, we're really excited for tonight!
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[ laughter ] how do they know? who leaked that? [ laughter ] you know. oh, no, they meant the show, they meant the show. >> jimmy: that's very strange. >> yeah, it was so strange, totally coincidental. so i was going to go into the hospital. i was going to get induced the following morning. but, you know -- i went into labor. naturally. they hooked me up to the machines, they're like, are you feeling these contractions? and i was like, what? no. i'm a very sensitive person but i was not. that elude med. anyway, it was kind of happening but i was in real denial. it had set in my imagination that this was going to happen the next day. >> jimmy: happen on a scheduled time, right. >> but no. so it started to really kind of come on throughout the night. and my husband was in the next room sleeping. i was like, he needs his rest. anyway. and i couldn't get did sleep.
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i was in i guess acute pain. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but i didn't really -- i wasn't clocking any of this. then it occurred to me, like oh, yeah, the finale aired, i wonder what people thought? i was on my phone. you know. 3:00 in the morning or something. when you're looking for, you know, feedback. what you mean is, who hates me and how much? [ laughter ] right, right? >> jimmy: yeah. >> so i was -- >> jimmy: good prep for being a parent, by the way. >> right, exactly, exactly. it didn't take long for me to find the worst possible reviews available on the internet. >> jimmy: wow, that's a double whammy. >> it kind of occurred to me, oh. i think i'm in labor. i think this is happening. and i'm reading bad reviews. [ laughter ] i don't think it gets more masochistic than that. >> jimmy: yeah, no. >> yeah. so anyway, i put the phone down, enough. >> jimmy: yeah, this time you
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must stay away from your phone completely. >> yeah, no, i've learned. but you know. the show has already aired, so we're good. >> jimmy: are you a basketball fan? >> i'm a new yorker so that's the one sport we have, right? i'm a fan. i have a big brother, he's asa, he's great, 6'5", a big guy. >> jimmy: your brother? >> yeah, he grew up playing basketball. i guess that's not a given, but he was good. >> jimmy: would you go to his games? >> yeah, i would go to all his games. and i worshipped him. i worshipped him. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah, and i would go to like a bleacher in the back. and i would lie down. and i would psychically send him all of my energy. >> jimmy: what? >> so he could perform his best on the court. >> jimmy: for real? >> yeah, for frickin' real. yeah. >> jimmy: and did it work? >> yeah! >> jimmy: it worked. >> yes. obviously. no but it was like a very zen form of cheerleading. my version of cheer leading. not moving at all.
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or making a sound. >> jimmy: like cheer leading from a coma. >> yes, yes. [ laughter ] but i think it was very effective. >> jimmy: well, obviously. it worked. i mean, look how much he grew. when we come back, a clip from claire's new movie, "a kid like jake." claire danes is with us! we'll be right back. best-selling brand? w do you bes you introduce the all-new ford ecosport and surprise people with how much they can get in a small suv. that means more standard features and more upgrades for a lot less than expected. the all-new ecosport. it's the big upgrade in a small package. from ford, america's best-selling brand. see what you can get for under 20 grand with the all-new ecosport. see what you can get for under 20 grand okay, i've given you guys eating ala chance to confess.?
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marshall tuck. i'm very sorry this isn't the news we were hoping for, but you have to understand the number of spots we're talking about. >> of course. and i know how many kids you have to place. >> whoa, i'm not sure what you're implying here. but you know that i care very deeply about jake. which is why i'm doing everything in my power to place him somewhere where he feels safe and comfortable enough to -- >> to dress like a girl? >> jimmy: that is "a kid like jake" which opens in theaters tomorrow. i saw the movie, explain to the audience. >> it's a movie about a couple who live in brooklyn. jim parsons plays my husband. we have a 4 going on 5-year-old son who we're discovering might be a little gender-fluid or something. >> jimmy: right. >> he's very interested in princess, everything princess
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related, insists on wearing dresses. we're applying to different schools in new york city and we have a friend, an educator, octavia spencer, who suggests maybe we call attention to his gender-expansive play as opposed to -- >> jimmy: in order to maybe fit in? >> for the sake of diversity as an appeal to these schools. just makes us kind of self-conscious about how he might be perceived. i don't know, it -- >> jimmy: it's an interesting combination of that, which obviously is an issue parents have to figure out, whiand the nightmare of trying to get your kid into a school, which especially in big cities, to me even it's so strange. >> yeah. >> jimmy: living here in los angeles and having to figure this out. >> in new york everything's that much more exaggerated, yeah. >> jimmy: do they tell you -- like right now this baby that's in you should already be enrolled in preschool. >> oh no, it's crazy. >> jimmy: if not college. >> it's crazy. years ago i was -- i was having
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breakfast with my husband, he was not even my husband at this point. but we were approached by this woman. she gave us her frickin' card. because we looked like we might be procreating. eventually. and she said -- she was an agent to assist -- to help kids get into these schools. >> jimmy: that is terrible. >> we were like, wait, what? yeah. >> jimmy: did you call her? >> yeah, immediately. no, no. no, but -- it's terrifying. it terrified us. >> jimmy: the director did an interesting thing, an interesting choice. i wonder if he explained this to you before, i assume he must have, that he chose not to shoot the child directly, and rather, you kind of see the back, you see blur -- >> it was originally adapted from a play. in the play the child was never featured. it's called "a kid like jake" but the emphasis is not on the kid. the kid is fine, it's everybody around the kid who's in a mild
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panic. it's really a -- it's about the parents, a portrait of this marriage. they suddenly become nervous that their kid might be -- might register as other, or be vulnerable in this way, it makes them frightened. it's about that experience of taking that in. and they work through it. but i think it's a very beautiful story. >> jimmy: well, don't ruin it, let people watch the end. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: congratulations to you. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: on the movie and the baby as well. >> thank you. >> jimmy: claire danes, everybody. "a kid like jake" opens tomorrow. be right back with jason tomorrow. be right back with jason mitchell! ( ♪ ) face the world as a face to be reckoned with. only botox® cosmetic is fda approved to temporarily make moderate to severe frown lines, crow's feet and forehead lines look better. it's a quick 10 minute cosmetic treatment given by a doctor to reduce those lines. there is only one botox® cosmetic,
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the same gavin who said his job as lieutenant governor was so dull, he only showed up for work at the state capitol one day a week, tops. gavin's not gonna work as governor. >> jimmy: hi there, we're back. still to come, music from pusha t. our next guest has been known as a pj, a j-dog, a twizz, a bud and an eazy-e. next he stars in a remake of the 1970s classic "superfly," it opens in theaters june 13th. please welcome jason mitchell!
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> how you feeling? >> jimmy: i'm feeling well, how are you? >> good. >> jimmy: i have to tell you, you know -- of course i saw you in "straight outta compton." you look to different. >> is it the hair? >> jimmy: yeah, you miss the jerry curl. >> yeah, yeah. i kept it, at home in a drawer, in case life ever goes south, i can pick up where i left off. >> jimmy: start doing an easy e tour. >> exactly. >> jimmy: how are you doing? >> really good. >> jimmy: it's good to have you here. >> it's good to be here. this is a milestone for my career, you know what i mean? >> jimmy: is it a mine stole? >> some people want to work with people. some people want to work with denzel. i just wanted to be on jimmy kimmel. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i appreciate that. i can give you a little career advice, still try to get the denzel thing going. >> yeah, yeah, i can't count that out. >> jimmy: when you were in that
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movie "straight outta compton," dr. dre and ice cube were the producers. how much producing did they do? >> dre was there every day. >> jimmy: really. >> he was there every day. cube was kind of there every day. he was shooting while we first started. >> he was working, right, gotcha. >> right, right. he had a guy working for him, with him on the ipad. every now and then you turn around, there would be cube floating. so yeah, he was there every day. there every day. >> jimmy: wow. that's something. so did they -- did you feel like these guys are running the show, i mean, like i work for dr. dre? dr. dre would be a weird boss. >> it was nerve-racking at first, know what i mean? not everybody you hang with on a regular has like a $200,000 watch on them. just chills. you know what i mean? but he's a -- they're such good guys. >> jimmy: did you spend time with him socially?
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>> i actually did. i was at roscoe's chicken one day. there with my mom. and my stepdad. a >> jimmy: this is a beloved restaurant in l.a., roscoe's chicken, we're there having our great l.a. experience in hollywood. i'm eating my obama special, you know. and my phone starts ringing, you know what i mean? my mom's like, it's dre. i'm trying to lick my fingers. so everybody's like whispering. dre's calling! so i pick up the phone. he's like, where are you? roscoe's. he's like, did you drive? no. he's like, good. i'm going to send a car to get you. i'm like, okay. i hang up the phone. staring at my parents. they're like what did he say? he's going to send a car to get us. i don't know where we're going. >> jimmy: in the old days that was not good. >> right? you're going to make me sleep with the fishes. >> jimmy: dre sending a car to get you, you're in trouble. >> right. he takes us to this amazing house in the hills he had bought
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from gisele and tom brady, right? >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> yeah, the house has like all kind of belgian wood and the moat with fish. >> jimmy: what do you mean a moat? >> a legit moat. >> jimmy: a draw bridge? >> with a draw bridge, everything, legit moat. i'm like, this is fly, this is crazy. he's like, if you're not doing nothing later, we can go to jimmy's house. i'm like, yeah, i'm doing something more important, right? they pick us up later on -- >> jimmy: your parents too? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: wow. >> we go to jimmy levine's house. there's a guy in a polo shirt. he's like, right this way. i thought he was jimmy. i get to the guy, he's like, right this way. i'm like, where's jimmy? i didn't know people had people legit working in their house. >> jimmy: a staff, right. >> this is crazy. as i'm walking down the hallway, i heard my voice for the first time. they were editing "straight outta come tan." i could hear my voice. my mom started crying.
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that's my voice, that's my voice. we get into the room and dre is cracking up, see, i told you we were going to get him, he's a big softy. it was the best experience. >> jimmy: that was the first bit of footage you saw from the movie in front of those guys? >> right. crazy. >> jimmy: how about that. that's so great. was that the first big movie you'd been in? >> actually, the first big movie i did was "contra man." shout-out to mark wahlberg. >> jimmy: the mark wahlberg movie, right. >> yeah but -- see -- i had a little situation. right? this was supposed to be the first international movie open. and they did a premiere in france. which was super, super, super dope. super excited about it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but i ended up going to jail for something so stupid. you know what i mean? and i was like -- >> jimmy: when the premiere was happening? >> yes. so i'm watching it on tv, like what am i doing? i'm telling people, i'm supposed to be there, at this premiere!
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>> jimmy: in jail, you're telling people? >> they're like, you ain't no actor, actors don't go to jail. look at me now, i'm on jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] i'm just saying, i'm just saying. right? >> jimmy: those guys are still in? >> i hope not. i hope not. >> jimmy: wow, that's a hell of a way to open a movie. >> right? >> jimmy: this movie"s erfly," when i was a kid that was a big thing. were you even aware of the superfly phenomenon? >> i actually really was. but my dad like pushed it on to me. know what i mean? he's like, look, you'll understand this later in life. it's like, all right. know what i mean? >> jimmy: yeah. >> but it was crazy. because the last film i went to see, my dad passed when i was 15. last movie i went to see with my dad was "the matrix." and joe silver produced "the matrix." my dad pushed this movie on me. >> jimmy: he's the producer of this movie as well, i see. >> yes. so it was very nostalgic for me,
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real satisfying. i know my dad's up there looking down on me and smiling. >> jimmy: yeah, every dad would be proud of his son being in superfly, no question about that. >> for sure. >> jimmy: so who do you play? >> i play eddie. >> jimmy: okay. >> the better-looking version. >> jimmy: eddie is like the business partner, right? >> yeah, you know. every good superhero needs a sidekick, sort of. you know what i mean? he's sort of the guy there that's just super loyal to priest, the main character, shout-out to trevor jackson, he did a great job. but yeah. clap it up for him. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's nice of you to clap but you haven't seen the movie yet. [ laughter ] there's no chance you're going to miss the premiere of this one? >> no, no, no chance. i'll be there. >> jimmy: okay. you don't want to miss two. they're really not going to believe it this time. >> right, exactly. >> jimmy: where's easy e? where's your hair? great to have you here,
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congratulations. jason mitchell, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] "superfly" opens in theaters on june 13th. and we'll return with music from pusha t. >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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ithe race for governort. has turned into a scam. gavin newsom's trying to elect a republican who was endorsed by trump. and villaraigosa's being bankrolled by a handful of billionaires. it's everything that's wrong with politics. and none of it is helping struggling families. here's my pledge to you. i'll keep our budget balanced. invest in affordable housing. fight for universal healthcare. and stand up to donald trump. as governor, you can trust me to do what's right- because i always have.
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>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i want to thank claire danes, jason mitchell and apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time. his album is called "daytona," here with the song "if you know, you know" pusha t! ♪ ♪ pullin' up in that new toy the wrist on that boy rockstar like pink floyd waving at rude boy ♪ ♪ i'm waving at you boy ran off on the plug too like trugoy ♪ ♪ imagine me do boy you could never do what i do ♪ ♪ boy still duckin' -- that i did boy ♪ ♪ -- in paris 'fore hit-boy this ain't the same type of hits ♪ ♪ boy can get litter than lit boy ♪ ♪ you don't take these type of risks boy 'cause this boy ♪ ♪ been throwin' that d like rich boy you missed boy ya numbers don't ♪ ♪ add up on the blow
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that was ten years ago if you know you know ♪ ♪ if you know you know if you know you know ♪ ♪ this thing of ours oh this thing of ours a fraternity of drug ♪ ♪ dealers ringing off i just happen to be alumni too legit they still lookin' ♪ ♪ at me with one eye the company i keep is not corporate enough child rebel soldier ♪ ♪ you ain't orphan enough a rapper turned trapper can't morph into us but a trapper turned ♪ ♪ rapper can morph into puff dance contest for the smokers i predict snow al roker ♪ ♪ if you know you know i only ever looked up sosa ♪ ♪ you all get a bird this -- oprah bricklayers in ball shorts coaching from the ♪ ♪ side of the ball court if you know you know
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one stop like a walmart ♪ ♪ we got the tennis balls for the wrong sport if you know you know ♪ ♪ if you know 'bout the carport the trap door supposed to be awkward ♪ ♪ if you know you know that's the reason we ball for ♪ ♪ circle around twice for the encore if you know you know ♪ ♪ you ever been hit with the water weight then had to wait do you war or wait ♪ ♪ if you know you know when we all clicking like golden state ♪ ♪ and you and your team are the motorcade if you know you know ♪ ♪ been grantin' wishes like a genie to bad hoes in two-piece bikinis ♪ ♪ i've been hidin' where you can see me the skybox is right next to riri's ♪ ♪ solely responsible for showin' rappers how to stand on the front lines when trappers started ♪ ♪ throwin' bands where were you when big meech brought the tigers in ♪ ♪ cause i was busy earnin' stripes like a tiger's skin bricklayers in ball shorts coaching from the side ♪ ♪ of the ball court
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if you know you know one stop like a walmart ♪ ♪ we got the tennis balls for the wrong sport if you know you know ♪ ♪ if you know 'bout the carport the trap door supposed to be awkward ♪ ♪ if you know you know that's the reason we ball for ♪ ♪ circle around twice for the encore if you know you know ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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this is "nightline." >> tonight, the longest inning. a major league grounds crew member caught up in a murder investigation. he says forced into a confession. >> they hit me. i was out for a long time. they said, give us a story. i said, what story? they started feeding it to me. >> after decades behind bars, how he finally got free. and the return to his field of dreams. plus, circus of your mind. cirque du soleil studying audience brain waves to learn exactly how to blow you away. >> we're looking at brain wave activity so we can look to see which performances create art more likely than

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