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all right. that is our report. we appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm kristen sze. right now jimmy kimmel. have a good night. >> see you tomorrow. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight, jeff goldblum. from "sorry to bother you," jermaine fowler. jimmy versus senator ted cruz in the blobfish basketball classic. and music from granger smith. and now, and furthermore, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you. welcome. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. [ cheers and applause ]
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i hope you had a good father's day weekend. i did not. we'll get to that later. but the president spent his father's day weekend the same way he does every year. he opens a card and says, "who's eric?" [ laughter ] what a week this has been. just when you thought we couldn't go any lower as a nation, we have. i'm sure you've seen the heartbreaking and horrific images of families literally being torn apart thanks to the trump administration and their zero tolerance immigration policy. thousands of children have been taken away from their parents. it's absolutely sickening to see kids put into cages. unless you work for "fox & friends," in which case they might not be cages at all. >> we did get some images released to us in the last hour. these are from border patrol. this is of a former warehouse
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that has been converted to a facility. and you know, while some have likened it to -- them to concentration camps or cages, you do see that they have those thermal blankets. you do see some fencing. but keep in mind, some of have referred to them as cages but keep in mind, this is a great big warehouse facility where they built walls out of chainlink fences. >> jimmy: oh. they're not cages. they're walls built out of chainlink fences. [ laughter ] what do you call those? oh, cages. right. exactly. some people are comparing the situation to the movie "sophie's choice." i don't know that that's fair. in "sophie's choice" the nazis only made meryl streep give up one of her kids. [ rimshot ] thank you. president trump claims he hates this policy, even though it is 100% without question his policy and a policy. and he could stop it immediately if he wanted to. but of course he's playing the opposite game and blaming
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democrats. >> immigration and the fault is all of the problems that we're having, because we cannot get them to sign legislation. we cannot get them even to the negotiating table. and i say it's very strongly the democrats' fault. their obstruction. they're really obstructionist. and they are obstructing. the united states will not be a migrant camp, and it will not be a refugee holding facility. it won't be. >> jimmy: well, it is. and so what are you going to do about that? >> we're going to have the space force. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's right. they're going to have a space force. to get us all off this planet he's destroying. [ cheers and applause ] meanwhile, after two weeks of talking about it, on saturday i was in houston to play texas senator ted cruz in what we call the blobfish basketball classic. and just like a blobfish the game was ugly, sloppy and within
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moments we were gasping for air. we played one on one. it took almost an hour to get to six points. [ laughter ] which would be a lot if this was a world cup soccer game. but it was not. when we agreed to play to 11, i didn't realize that meant 11:00 o'clock. [ laughter ] we edited this because it went on forever. you won't be able to tell. the game was very rough. there were nothing but fouls the whole game long. i have bruises all over my body. he kept poking me with his hooves. [ laughter ] the game went on so long by the time it was over jay-z and beyonce had written and produced an entire new album. [ cheers and applause ] it's been a dream of mine ever since i was a little boy to play basketball one day against the least popular member of the u.s. senate. that dream finally came true this weekend. here it is, my on-court interview with ted cruz, aka the blobfish basketball classic. [ cheers and applause ] >> welcome to the blobfish
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basketball classic! >> over 6,000 fans in attendance for this game between senator ted cruz andalk show host jimmy kimmel. hi, everybody. i'm gus johnson. along with the legend, isiah thomas. one of the 50 greatest players of all time. and welcome to texas southern university. [ cheers and applause ] let's go guillermo in the locker room. >> guillermo: when in the time of your life you started looking like a blobfish? >> you know, i've got to say, you and jimmy are a little bit obsessed with this fish thing. i don't know why fish are on your brains so much. but you know, knock yourself out. >> guillermo: okay. all right. thank you very much. >> gracias. >> now, from the great state of
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texas, by way of canada, at 5'11", 245 pounds, the senator formerly known as rafael, ted cruz! ♪ and now his challenger. from las vegas, nevada, the entertainment capital of the world. at 6'1", 185 pounds, accompanied by his coach, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ the final countdown
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♪ it's the final countdown and now, ladies and gentlemen, our referee, bob delaney. >> referee: the blobfish basketball classic rules. the game goes to 15 points. and you must win by two points. no shot clock. no time outs. the loser will donate $5,000 to the winner's charity. [ cheers and applause ] senator, we will allow you to make the coin toss call. >> jimmy: hold on. let me look at that coin. it's got a head and a tail, just like you, senator. there you go. [ cheers and applause ] >> referee: heads. heads is the call. heads it is. >> jimmy: teds! >> how does this match-up break down for you? >> i'm calling kimmel to win this game. >> jimmy: did you spend more time this week practicing basketball than trying to get
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those kids out of that detention center? [ cheers and applause ] it seems like it. >> he's trying to wear the senator down with his stamina . >> off the glass it is. ted cruz. off the dribble. >> he's strong going right. >> the other way. active basket. using his body, trying to be physical. >> ooh. that's a foul right there. going to make a rule change. >> referee: whenever you have a change of possession, just bring it past this line. >> jimmy: the ref is having mercy on us right now. see, this is a good lesson for you and those kids in that detention center. [ cheers and applause ] >> what about all the kids obama detained? >> jimmy: yeah. if there were any, you should have done something about that too.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> still can't get one to fall. >> oh! >> cruz goes up 2-0. >> jimmy kimmel is on the board. >> and he finds the rim first. ooh. cruz answered right back, though, baby. >> war of attrition. he's got to be careful. >> and banks it in. here we go. both players getting loose. >> jimmy: we should have played to 11. >> true. >> jimmy: we should have played to 4. >> senator cruz driving.
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>> he's got the sneaky underhand right-hand layup. sneaky. >> underhand layup. >> jimmy: let's take a break. we're going to take a time out. >> i hope you don't have an early flight to catch. [ cheers and applause ] >> referee: jimmy's ball. 4-2. >> and that's what a time out will do for you. >> who did you vote for? hillary or bernie? >> jimmy: i voted for hillary. >> how'd that work out? >> jimmy: badly. can i be honest? you're right. it worked out terribly. i mean, nothing has ever worked out worse than that worked out. but i'm glad to see you've forgiven donald trump for all the horrible things he said
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about your family, your father. i commend ted on putting business first and his balls on a shelf somewhere. [ cheers and applause ] >> speaking of balls, jimmy, you're a professional comedian. in eight years did you ever tell a joke about obama? >> jimmy: yes. lots of them. i even roasted him to his face at the correspondents' dinner. >> i'll tell you this. hollywood would do better if they actually listened to the millions of americans who were unhappy with the direction this country was going under obama. [ cheers and boos ] >> jimmy: just so you know they're not booing, they're saying cru- -- oh, no,they're booing. let's play basketball. >> drive to the left. up. no good. gets his own rebound.
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senator ted cruz three points away. they'll go to 8. they're playing to 15. you have to win by two. >> i tell you what, jimmy. hold on. i'll give you that shot right there. >> jimmy: yeah. >> if you miss it, abc has to put "roseanne" back on air. >> jimmy: done. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> i think kimmel has found his spot. >> and we're level at 5. >> audible. you want to shorten it to 11? >> jimmy: yes. >> all right. done. >> jimmy: ted and i have made a compromise. in the spirit of bipartisanship. >> and life. >> jimmy: and life. we're going to shorten the game to 11. [ cheers and applause ] >> and the crowd goes wild.
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>> halftime will be at 6. one more basket and we go to halftime. >> jimmy: who's harder to defend, me or trump? >> he finally got the hook shot to fall. finally got it to fall. >> dicky: abc's "jimmy kimmel live," brought to you by subaru. oh, you brought butch. yeah! (butch growls at man) he's looking at me rig now, isn't he? yup. (butch barks at man) butch is like an old soul that just hates my guts. (laughs) (vo) you can never have too many faithful companions. that's why i got a subaru crosstrek. love is out there. find it in a subaru crosstrek. okay, i've given you guys eating ala chance to confess.?
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. jermaine fowler and music from granger smith. first we go to the second half of my very violent one-on-one chat and spat with senator ted cruz. >> announcer: welcome to the second half of the blobfish basketball classic! >> here we go.
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jimmy kimmel gets the ball to start the second half. this game now will go to 11. you have to win by two. >> it's going to be a long time before we get to 11, folks. >> there's the long jump shot. cruz getting to the hole, and he lays it in! >> what's going on here? did you learn this crabbiness from trump? >> have you ever talked politics on the court before the game? >> every 30 seconds. >> jimmy: listen. i appreciate it. but if you keep touching me like this, nobody's going to make you a wedding cake. you know what i'm saying? >> i said trash talking was going to be part of his game.
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>> you go right, i go right. because i know we both need a breather. >> jimmy: let me ask you a question. hold on. it's a serious question. why when most of the republicans in the senate report coverage for pre-existing conditions don't you? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy, listen, the facts matters. everyone agrees there will and should be coverage for pre-existing conditions. the difference is that obamacare meant millions of people had their health insurance canceled and premiums have skyrocketed. let me ask you. you brought a lot of democrats here. let me ask you. how many of your premiums went up versus then? [ boos ] almost everyone's premiums went up.
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people who are hurting can't afford health insurance. everyone's going to have emergency coverage. everyone agrees that those with pre-existing conditions will get coverage. the question is -- >> jimmy: but you don't. >> the risk pool and jack everyone else's rates up? or do you let everyone here, their rates go down? millions of people wouldn't have been angry at obamacare if it hadn't made the average family premiums go up $5,000 a year. >> jimmy: but that's just not true. >> it is true. those are facts, jimmy. facts matter. >> jimmy: facts don't matter to your president either. >> they don't matter in late-night comedy either. >> jimmy: it's called comedy. it's not the white house. >> we need to give people lower premiums. >> jimmy: what's the score? >> 7-7. >> jimmy: all right. we're tied at 7. i figured this is the closest we're going to get to a town hall. so you know. ♪
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>> up and in. >> there you go. >> sealed the victory for the senator. and i don't think jimmy kimmel has any gas remaining. ♪ kimmel. ♪ >> the classic on the line. he scores! there's no quit in jimmy kimmel, baby. >> so here we go. this game goes to 11. through. gets the rebound. jimmy gets it back. throws it. and cruz wins it! thank goodness this is over. >> senator cruz wins the game.
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and the votes are in. and the mvp of the blobfish basketball classic is jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know how it happened. but i somehow won mvp. [ crowd chanting "jimmy" ] we raised $14,111 at minimum for generation one. we raised $25,204 for texas children's hospital. >> all right, jimmy, thank you very much. >> jimmy: i'm going to donate $10,000 to generation one. and $10,000 to the texas children's hospital. >> and i'm going to match you and give 10 grand to both charities as well.
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>> jimmy: you're a good sport. i still think you're a terrible senator. >> thanks for the game. >> jimmy: kids, you got to see your daddy win something. >> from houston, texas this is gus johnson saying so long. >> jimmy: all right. not the way i was hoping it would go, but we raised more than $80,000 for generation one and texas children's hospital. [ cheers and applause ] you don't have to play basketball against him. you can vote against him. and for me i promise, i will make one promise, i will never, ever play basketball again. [ applause ] tonight on the show music from granger smith, jermaine fowler's here, and we'll be right back with jeff goldblum. ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by "visit houston." a city where cultures come together and inspiration takes center stage.
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is >> jimmy: welcome back. tonight from the forthcoming movie "sorry to bother you," jermaine fowler is here. then, his album is called "when the good guys win," granger smith from the mercedes-benz outdoor stage. tomorrow night, i'm excited with about our show tomorrow night.
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steve martin and martin short will be here. we'll have music from the record company. please join us for that. our first guest tonight has spent most of his life running away from dinosaurs, maybe even more than fred flinltstone. starting friday, he returns as dr. ian malcolm in "jurassic world: fallen kingdom." >> 80 years ago who could have predicted nuclear proliferation? now we've got genetic power. how long is it going to take for that to spread around the globe? and what's going to be done with it? it ain't going to stop with the extinction of the dinosaurs. >> i'm not sure i know what you're talking about. >> i'm talking about manmade cataclysmic change. >> what kind of change? >> change is like death. you don't know what it looks like until you're standing at the gates. >> jimmy: please welcome jeff goldbl goldblum!
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] how are you doing? >> i'm very, very well. thank you very much. i'm excellent. how are you? >> jimmy: i'm okay. i would have liked to have won that game. but other than that i'm all right. >> i wanted you to win that game too. >> jimmy: did your kids give you this shirt for father's day? how did this happen? [ laughter ] >> no. i got it myself. >> jimmy: that is spectacular. i mean, that is something else. >> thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how was your father's day? was it good? >> it was fantastic. you know, i've got a 3-year-old, almost a 3-year-old, and a 1-year-old. it was great. it was great. >> jimmy: did they give you anything? did they give you any gifts? >> here's what happened. my wife emily was fantastic. she got, you know, flowers came
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during the day. and she gave me a beautiful card from herself. we put them in the scrapbook. and then she made up a couple of cards from them. but he had made at his school a kind of a little pasted, you know, thing, card. and she got it to him -- i wake him up every day at 7:00 in the morning. and she came in at 10 of 7:00 unbeknownst to me, woke him up, said when dada comes in give him this card and tell him happy dada day, happy father's day, i love you, et cetera, et cetera. he's on a break. i don't know if he can do it. he's good for where he is but i don't know if he can do that. anyway, i came in at 7:00. he goes, "dada, see this." he says that a lot. see this. see what? let me turn on the light. card. what's that? he goes happy dada day. he says, i love you. what? i said, can i have a hug
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bisous? she speaks french. [ applause ] >> jimmy: wow. that's a killer. >> she speaks french to the kids. >> jimmy: your wife speaks french to the kids. do you speak french? >> no, i don't. so sometimes i can feel a little sensitive and a little left out. so i say please, you know, translate when you're around me. >> jimmy: they sit there and speak french -- >> the one doesn't speak french at all. but yes, the one is learning a little bit. and she just speaks, and i go, well, i've got to be, you know, grown up about this. but there may come a time when they're talking to each other in french. i've got to learn french. >> jimmy: yeah, you should learn french. >> i should have learned it already. >> jimmy: they're going to bamboozle you. >> they'll bamboozle me. >> all i know is one song. it's one song. but it's a dirty song. >> jimmy: in french? >> i probably can't say. [ singing in french ]
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here's what it means. it means when i think of this one girl i get an erection. [ laughter ] and i think of this other girl i get an erection. i think of the third girl i get an erection. but when i think of lulu, no erection. the point of the story being you can't command yourself to get an erection. [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's a great lesson. you should teach that to the kids. great lesson. hey, congratulations to you. i know you got your star on the hollywood walk of fame. >> i did. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there you are, lounging. it's dangerous to get on the ground in hollywood boulevard. usually if you're on the ground on hollywood boulevard it means you're a superhero that has passed out. [ laughter ] >> i'm close to that, actually. >> jimmy: do you like the placement of your star? >> very much so, yeah. i had nothing to do with it. but it's across the street from musso & frank's. >> jimmy: which is a great old restaurant. >> a great old restaurant. it's right next door to adam and lillith, that sex shop. yeah, yeah, yeah.
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they sell the standard items. i don't know about that. but i like to think about musso & frank's because i remember the first time i was taken there by my friend shelley winters. >> jimmy: wow. >> who i met in a movie. and her friend farley granger. the three of us went there. these guys were the biggest movie stars. she was a wonderful actress in "lolita," "place in the sun." won an oscar for -- >> jimmy: and a great talk show guest too. >> yeah. so we were palling around. we were having the sand dabs. and musso & frank's is an elegant -- we're having the sand dabs and diplomat pudding. shelley winters, and this is nothing against her. she goes like this. i was 23. i was like wet behind the ears. she goes like this. we're should go the -- she goes -- [ flatulence noise ] and i go -- but there's no recognition, not a raised eyebr eyebrow. farley granger doesn't raise his
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eyebrow. i go gee, maybe this is the way the adult in the mods erin world is. >> jimmy: it's not, though. >> it's not. i've learned that since. the impulse control i lacked when i was a kid applies now. >> jimmy: you are -- you've returned to the world, the jurassic world. >> yes. >> jimmy: you were in the first movie, of course. and then you were in another movie. and now you're in this movie but not in two of the other movies, right? >> that's right. >> jimmy: and you're also playing music regularly still. you have a band. >> i have a band. i play piano with a jazz group. we play rockwell every night. we're going to be at arroyo secco this saturday along with jack white and neil young. >> jimmy: that's fantastic. >> we're on the bill. thank you very much. >> jimmy: is that the most fun thing for you? >> i love it. this is fun for me. i love everything. >> jimmy: can i just bring up another movie? in "thor: ragnarok" you were fantastic. [ cheers and applause ]
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i would love to see the grand master have a whole marvel movie. >> i would too. i love all those guys in marvel. but the director of that, taita waititi. >> jimmy: others a genius. >> and he helped create flight of the con cords. we improvised a lot of our stuff. he did an all improvised movie called "what we dot in shadows." >> jimmy: i've watched it 1 hupp times. i love it. it's a great movie. it's about vampires. vampire roommates. but we digress. we're here to plug your movie. "jurassic world." >> i wouldn't even be in this movie if mighty ferraro, the actor who played the lawyer in the first movie, who gets eaten off the toilet, remember. had had his way. we were flying to hawaii. and i met him on the flight. hawaii was the place where we first shot it. we were going to shoot our first days, meet steven spielberg in kauai. he says to me as we're waiting to get on the plane, i have an idea, i've been studying the script, what if -- and we should pitch this, both of us, if you like this, to steven spielberg.
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>> dicky: all proceeds from the blobfish basketball classic go to texas children's hospital and generation one. if you'd like to donate too, go to kimmel versuscruz or generationone./donation. together we can fix stuff.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a standup comedian who is making his big screen debut in a movie
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that has something for everyone. sci-fi, comedy, armie hammer. you name it. it's called "sorry to bother you." it's in theaters july 13th. please welcome jermaine fowler. [ cheers and applause ] happy father's day to you. i know it was your first father's day. >> it was my first father's day, man. >> jimmy: how old is your daughter? >> she's 11 months. she'll be a year july 12, actually. >> jimmy: she's just getting up maybe, kind of starting to walk. >> she's standing up and then she gives up. >> jimmy: yeah. >> she just falls right back on her ass. i ain't walking today. i'm good. >> jimmy: there's people to pick her up. why would she even bother? >> i wouldn't walk if i had people picking you up every day. i'm good. >> jimmy: is she getting into everything? is she dangerous? >> she is, actually.
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my girlfriend megan, she bought her a purple helmet. >> jimmy: for real? >> yeah, a baby helmet. i didn't think those existed until i saw it. i was like oh, no. >> jimmy: she wears a helmet just like around? >> sometimes. if she's being rambunctious, like she really is -- like she growls at the cats. she's very territorial. she eats their food. [ laughter ] the cats hate her so much, man. >> jimmy: i would think so. >> i would too. >> jimmy: she's got her own food, you know. you have a twin brother, i know. is he an identical twin brother? >> he's fraternal. we used to kind of look alike when we were babies. then we grew out of that. he has a big old beard. >> jimmy: do fraternal twins have that telepathy slash magic that identical twins had? >> when we were kids we actually had that connection and then we sort of grew out of that when we got older. it happens. my dad told me when i was younger like one time i stuck a fork in an electrical socket and jerome cried. >> jimmy: really?
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>> yeah. i didn't cry at all. my twin did. and i was like oh, i guess that's fine. jerome's like, aaaa! all right. i had no idea what was going on. but now because of that like he still kind of feel that. like if i'm having a good day and suddenly i'm sad i call jerome up. like you good? he's like no, i had a bad day today. i'm like, cheer up, i'm at cheesecake factory trying to eat. [ laughter ] come on, man. >> jimmy: did you guys perform together when you were kids? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what did you do? >> we had a rap group. >> jimmy: what was it called? >> seventh grade. i don't remember the name. we didn't get that far. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's usually as far as it gets. >> yeah, we got the rhymes down and the group, but we didn't get the band name down. this group called the clips, they're from virginia. i'm from maryland. i was like we've got family from richmond, virginia, they're rapping, we can rap. a few songs were just about
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selling drugs, like cocaine. we never sold cocaine ever -- >> jimmy: how old were you? >> we were -- seventh grade. like 13. >> jimmy: something like that. >> and then we broke up. >> jimmy: what happened? what broke the group up? >> we had a rap battle and he was talking bads trash about me. you know when you're rapping. i didn't think it was a battle. he with were having a cipher. we were talking about life, things we were doing. jerome decided to rap about things i told him in confidence. >> jimmy: really? like what? >> jerome was like jermaine peed the bed. it don't ooinl even rhyme. it kind of rhymes. i was like i hate you, i'm not talking to you anymore. >> jimmy: in this movie "sorry to bother you" which i really enjoyed. what a weird and interesting movie this is. it's funny too. you play a telemarketer. >> i do. >> jimmy: which sounds boring. but it's not at all boring. >> the movie's insane.
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>> jimmy: yes. it's completely insane. one of the things about the movie is they tell you to be a successful telemarketer you have to have a white -- you have to use your white voice. >> a white voice. this is true. >> jimmy: do you have a white voice? >> yeah. you kind of have to to kind of -- i mean, i think everybody in entertainment, black entertainers kind of have a white voice. even michael jackson had a white voice. he had a hollywood voice and a gary, indiana voice. people put it on youtube, he had two voices. thank you for coming. but back there he's like "that concert [ bleep ] sucked." he was from gary, indiana. that's the hood. >> may i ask you one other question? there's one scene in the movie where the lead actor gives a toe toast. >> lakeith. >> jimmy: yeah. he says i'm going to do a white
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person thing and do i atoast. i didn't know that was a white person thing. >> toasting, i didn't know that was a white person thing until i went to a white thing. it was a very white wedding. they were toasting. i was like, oh, you have to announce ding, ding, ding, this is what i'm going to say. i'm like wow. usually where i'm from we just say hey, shut up, grandma talking. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there's no formality to it? >> it's just like shut the [ bleep ] up, grandma talking. that's relate how ally how it w. >> jimmy: it's very educational. >> it is. the movie's good. can we talk about jeff goldblum's shirt? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> it was so beautiful. he's like a white spike lee. that was awesome. i want it. it don't fit me but i want it. i'd sleep in it. >> jimmy: i bet we need to get you one. >> jeff, i want a shirt. >> jimmy: jermaine fowler, everyone. his movie is called "sorry to bother you." it's in select theaters july 6th and nationwide july 13th.
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we'll be right back with music from granger smith. >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: thanks to jeff goldblum, jermaine fowler. apologies to matt damon. this is his album. it's called "when the good guys win." here with the song "you're in it," granger smith! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ there's a front porch swing at your momma's house and a little stream up in the mountains ♪ ♪ a shotgun seat and a ocean breeze there's a ferris wheel just spinnin' 'round ♪ ♪ a midnight moonlight shining down a red sunset in a cotton dress ♪ ♪ you're in it every single good time when i press rewind in my mind ♪ ♪ yeah i find
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you're in it every thought of what could be ♪ ♪ all i see is you and me in my dreams and everything i don't know what the future holds ♪ ♪ all i know is girl you're in it ♪ ♪ there's a small town cafe corner booth ♪ ♪ where i first laid my eyes on you a melody that i keep singing there's a baptist church ♪ ♪ on a county road with everyone that we both know there's wedding bells ♪ ♪ and a long white field you're in it every single good time when i press rewind ♪ ♪ in my mind yeah i find you're in it every thought ♪ ♪ of what could be all i see is you and me in my dreams and everything
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i don't know ♪ ♪ what the future holds all i know is girl you're in it yeah girl you're in it ♪ ♪ fifty years on down the line there's a rocking chair right next to mine ♪ ♪nd girl you're in it you're in it every single good time when i press rewind ♪ ♪ in my mind yeah i find you're in it every thought ♪ ♪ of what could be all i see is you and me in my dreams and everything i don't know ♪ ♪ what the future holds all i know is girl
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you're in it yeah you're in it ♪ ♪ girl you're in it ♪ yeah, you're in it ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ you order a drink it goes down smooth before you can blink it turns into two ♪ ♪ it was just gonna be another night with the boys shooting some pool pickin' a stool ♪ ♪ and making some noise then she walks in and i never dance turns into tippin' ♪ ♪ the band and taking her hand ah man it happens like that yeah ♪
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♪ outta the blue sky lost in her blue eyes yeah when it happens like that ♪ ♪ yeah nothing to lose turns right into you doing all you can do ♪ ♪ just to keep her around till the moon goes down and you're back at your house one thing leads to another ♪ ♪ you're loving each other one look and you never look back it happens like that ♪ ♪ mmm it happens like that i guess that's what you get it's true what they say as soon ♪ ♪ as you stop looking it's right in front of your face cause there you were ♪ ♪ and there i was and here we are i tell you what true love it happens like that yeah ♪ ♪ outta the blue sky lost in her blue eyes yeah when it happens like that ♪ ♪ yeah nothing to lose turns right into you doing all you can do ♪ ♪ just to keep her around till the moon goes down and you're back at your house
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one thing leads to another ♪ ♪ you're loving each other one look and you never look back it happens like that ♪ this is "nightline." >> tonight, crisis at the border. undocumented children separated from their parents at the u.s. border. >> immigrants are welcome here! >> is this child abuse? the white house making no apologies. >> claiming these children and their parents are treated inhumanely is not true. >> and president trump holding a hard line on his administration's zero tolerance policy. >> the united states will not be a mie grantd c a migrant camp, and it will not be a refugee holding facility. plus, the horrors back home. why so many south and central americans are


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