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that is our report. as always, we appreciate your time. >> for all of us, thanks for joining us. on jimmy kimmel live, drew barry moore. >> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight drew barrymore -- from "stranger things," david harbour -- this week in unnecessary censorship -- and music from andrea bocelli -- and now, places everybody, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, welcome. relax, relarelax, thanks. i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thanks for watching, thanks for coming. thank you for joining us.
on one of our most cherished national holidays. today, if you don't know, today is national selfie day. finally a day to take selfies. national selfie day of course marks the beginning of the high holy days for the kardashian family along with the feast of saint botox and lip glossashana, i think. i don't know why we'd have a day to commemorate one of the most annoying things people do. having a national clip your nails on an airplane day. i hate selfies. i really hate selfies. i love watching people take them. i love that whole thing where, they don't know -- i was going to the dentist a week ago, there was a woman sitting in her car taking picture after picture after picture of herself. i stood there and watched the whole thing. it was fascinating. it's like being on the other side of a bathroom mirror. so happy selfie day, everyone. go take pictures of your face. [ cheers and applause ]
today also -- today is also the first official day of summer. [ cheers and applause ] and i don't know about you guys but i am ready to go swimming with my shirt on. i really am. first day of summer, the summer solstice as they call it is the longest day of the i don't. every day since donald trump was elected is the longest day of the year. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] but this one really is. the longest day. and of course the shortest night of the year. to celebrate i am very, very excited to announce a new holiday character to commemorate this day. a character i think will take its place alongside santa claus, the easter bunny, et cetera. please welcome the shortest knight of the year. the shortest knight! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ all knight short ♪ all knight short ♪ short knight short knight >> jimmy: shortest knight of the year. emmy voting is open until june 25th. president trump is back on the campaign trail. he had a rally/one-man show in dilute, minnesota, last night. it's good for him, whenever he's feeling down he gets a bunch of white people together to watch him scream about cnn. it was an hour-long tirade/hissy fit. he played all the hits. he did crooked hillary, ms 13, space force, lock her up. there was some new material too. he's calling the russia witch hunt investigation a scam. it's a scam now. he says if the scam gets any bigger they're going to have to start calling it trump university. [ cheers and applause ] this is good.
right in the middle of the speech, right in the middle of this crazy speech, he paused to take a moment to just kind of soak it all in and appreciate. >> by the way, is there anything more fun than a trump rally? is there? >> jimmy: good question. let's see. anything more fun than a trump rally? nonconsensual colonoscopy? mesothelioma? driving a station wagon filled with wasps? rattlesnake? maybe sharing a sleeping bag with bill cosby? [ audience moaning ] [ rim shot ] >> jimmy: there's a few. why is he even in duluth? is he a president or a rally monkey? no gathering of the trumpalos would be complete without mention of the crowd size. trump tweeted this photograph, so sorry people waiting to get into the already packed arena, i
love you all. it has nothing to do with loving any of them and everything to do with, look how many people came out to see me, wasn't it a lot? some people are surprised so many people came out to see donald trump. keep in mind this is duluth. i looked up the top five fun attractions in duluth on trip advisor. number four was this, the thompson hill information center. okay? [ laughter ] so i hear they have some dig-ass pamphlets. this is a big deal for duluth, i guess. i can't imagine being the kind of person who watches trump tear families apart all week and go, hey, let's go see him live, he's trifshlg. while he was busy selling hats his wife melania went to visit some of these clish in mcallen, tex texas. did you see what she was wearing? she's there to meet children separated from their parents. this is what she wore on the plane ride there. a jacket that says "i really don't care, do you." is the president tweeting on his wife's clothes?
remember when michelle obama showed her bare arms and went to an oil spill and fox news went nuts? i'm sure they'll have the same reaction to this. the first lady's getting a lot of flack for the jacket. her spokeswoman said, it's a jacket, there was no hidden message. well, no one thought the message was hidden, it was written in big letters on the back. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] the president -- you're going to find this hard to believe. the president contradicted that statement from her spokesman. he tweeted, i really don't care do you written on the back of melania's jacket refers to the fake news media, melania has learned how dishonest they are and she truly no longer cares. so there wasn't -- there either was or wasn't a hidden message. [ laughter ] it's one of those two things. now we just need someone to explain the explanation and we'll be fine. the president has a couple of bigly events on the calendar. next month in great britain he's expected to meet with queen
elizabeth, which what could possibly go wrong there? [ laughter ] for the first time in history, her majesty was called a loser by a visiting leader. also neck month, trump is planning a summit with vladimir putin, his kgb ff. this would be an historic meeting between the man who won the 2016 u.s. presidential draection and donald j. trump. i hope they ride horses without shirts on. that's my goal. meanwhile, the white house today announced a plan, a new plan to combine the department of education with the department of labor. it's a tactical strike against trump's two greatest foes, reading and work. while this seems to be no obvious reason why he would combine them, they don't overlap much. by federal department standards they don't have that many employees. trump was like, hey, you know what, if it worked for carl's jr. and green burrito, it will work for us.
[ cheers and applause ] tonight from barclays center in new york, as we speak, they're holding the 2018 nba draft. i still haven't gotten a call but i'm not giving up. [ laughter ] deandre ayton from arizona was the number one pick. picked by the phoenix suns. for these young men, this is just where their nba journey starts. if they're lucky, they play hard, if they're fortunate enough to go to a good team, one day maybe they will get a chance to decline an invitation to the white house. [ laughter ] i wish them well on that journey. in other sports news, it was another day of international soccer from the world cup in russia. there were many great moments today. but we whittled it down to the best of the best and here it is from denmark versus australia. the "world cup play of the day." ♪
♪ >> jimmy: poetry in motion. it's a beautiful sport. [ applause ] this is good. this is from local cbs news in minnesota. it is a cautionary tale about the dangers of drinking with your head near a tailpipe. >> this woman's head got stuck in the exhaust pipe. this happened at the winstock music festival and the sheriff's office says they cited her for underage drinking. the fire department was called in and used a power saw to help her get out. >> jimmy: the new "transformers" movie looks awesome. [ laughter and applause ] you know, i happen to have a lot of questions about this. we tracked that young woman down. she is alive. and that's her. and she will join us live to tell us everything about what
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. hi, there. drew barrymore, music from andrea bocelli on the way. first a young woman who got into a strange fix outside a music festival in minnesota. >> this is kaitlin strong. you see her from behind there. she was stuck for 45 minutes. firefighters had to cut her out with a saw. not surprisingly, police cited her for underage drinking. strong posted a picture of herself holding the tailpipe on facebookthat tailpipe is now on
display at a bar in minnesota. >> jimmy: look out, florida, minnesota's giving you a run for your money. now to answer all our questions, please welcome kaitlin strom and the owner of the truck, too, tom. so you really -- you're in the town of darwin, minnesota, which seems beautifully ironic. or fitting, really. not even ironic. so kaitlin, how is your head, first of all? >> it's doing great. it healed beautifully. >> jimmy: tell us how this happened, and more importantly, why this happened. >> so i just went to the music festival to see miranda lambert. that was the reason i'd gone. i saw this big tailpipe and i wanted to see if my head could fit in it. >> jimmy: is this something you do regularly? >> definitely not. >> jimmy: no, okay. you're curious by nature. you wanted to see if your head would fit in the tailpipe. lo and behold, it did fit in the
tailpipe. >> it did. >> jimmy: how long was it in the tailpipe? >> my boyfriend and i estimated that it was like 45 minutes. >> jimmy: 45 minutes. so then -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: tom, you were where when this was first happening? >> i think i was standing in front of the truck. i didn't see her put her head in the pipe. someone came around and told me there was a girl with her head stuck in my tailpipe. >> jimmy: this is a first for you too, right? >> yeah, it's a first for everything, yeah. you never know. >> jimmy: did you ever consider revving the engine? [ laughter ] to pop her out like wile e. coyote or something? >> somebody might have said that to be funny. it got serious really quick. >> jimmy: who did get you out of there, kaitlin? >> the fire department. >> jimmy: they're prepared for this sort of thing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: did your friends try to get you out first? >> yeah. actually, my boyfriend had dunked hot, soapy water and corn syrup, or vegetable oil, on my
head to get me out. >> jimmy: so why did your boyfriend bring vegetable oil to a miranda lambert concert? he must really like miranda lambert. [ cheers and applause ] hey, did you get to see the concert? >> i did not make it. >> jimmy: and the tailpipe is now on display? is that correct? >> yes. >> yeah, we have the tailpipe now on display in darwin, minnesota. we got it sitting right here. it's going to be featured in the bar. >> jimmy: kaitlin, did you pay tom for the damage? >> no, as far as that, he's more just worried -- >> i wasn't worried, we'll get a new one. >> jimmy: in a way, tom, it's your fault for having an inresistib iblible tail pipe. >> yeah, something you never expect. >> jimmy: kaitlin, what's the second-dumbest thing you've ever
done, out of curiosity? >> famous for putting me head in a tailpipe. >> jimmy: yeah, i don't know, when you have kids what are you going to say to them? >> i'm not sure yet. >> jimmy: i'm glad you're okay. do you have any advice for young people who with their heads stuck in a statail pipe? >> curiosity goes a long way but just don't do it. >> jimmy: kaitlin and tom, we appreciate it. if you want to see the tailpipe, take a trip to darwin. one more thing before we forge ahead. it's thursday night which means it's time to bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week. it is "this week in unnecessary censorship." >> today's american eagle day. >> we are joined for a very special visit by uncle sam, the eagle. and master [ bleep ]. >> everyone knows that feeling of anticipation before you [ bleep ] someone for the first time, i think. >> what made your [ bleep ] grow
so fast? >> well, from a lot of pride. >> all right, mike. would you like to [ bleep ] first? >> i'd like to [ bleep ] jessica first. >> how about when they [ bleep ] right in your mouth, holding them up, like wow. like right in. >> i think becca might have [ bleep ] on her mind. maybe she thinks it's worth gold. >> mr. trump, [ bleep ], [ bleep ] to keep children with their detained parents, something he could have done with a phone call. >> i used to go home. i started [ bleep ]ing myself. >> so many of you guys have just swallowed the president's [ bleep ] whole. >> you were [ bleep ]ing your [ bleep ]. listen, i took a picture. he was [ bleep ]ing his [ bleep ]. >> is that true? >> i was not sucking my [ bleep ]. i was asleep. ♪ when you're [ bleep ] in the dark [ bleep ] in the dark ♪ ♪ these are the doggys and people we [ bleep ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight, from "stranger things" on netflix. he's the sheriff, david harbour is here. then, his album is called "sí" which means "yes." in a number of languages. the great andrea bocelli from the mercedes-benz stage. also next week, if you have a computer you're going to be interested in this. on june 28th, 30th, and july 1st, we'll be streaming performances lurch from the
american family insurance amphitheater at summertest in milwaukee, wisconsin, with imagine dragons, logic, and florida georgia line. you can watch it all at jimmykimmellivemusic.com. there it is right there. our first guest tonight was rubbing shoulders with everyone from e.t. to mr. t before she was in her teens. she plays human flesh-eater slash real estate agent sheila hammond on "santa clarita diet." season 2 is streaming now on netflix, please welcome drew barrymore. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. how are you? you smell good. >> i do? >> jimmy: yeah, you do.
>> patchouli. >> jimmy: oh, that's right, patchouli. >> good old dirty hippie smell? d >> jimmy: did you go back to patchouli? >> i'm such a loyalist, i feel like i came out of the womb dabbing pa chuch low and i've never sprayed. >> that would be a great celebrity baby name, patchouli. >> it's happening, right, i'm sure. if it hasn't happened already, it will happen. >> jimmy: you've been through a lot in your life r. have you ever stuck your head in the tailpipe of a truck? >> you know, i don't think that is one of the things i've done. everything else, yes. tailpipe, no. >> jimmy: no tailpipes. >> yeah, i know. >> jimmy: not on the bucket list. >> no. i spray painted an ex-boyfriend's car. >> jimmy: oh, really? [ cheers and applause >> yeah. it was really fun. we like blasted cypress hill and -- >> jimmy: like gangsters. >> yeah, yeah. i don't know, mid '90s, late '90s. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah, so baller. >> jimmy: what did you paint on it? >> a lot of really horrible
things that would not seem like me. >> jimmy: really. >> yeah, it was like, you screwed me over you [ bleep ]! it was like, inner key, black flag! >> jimmy: really. >> then he called me crying like a little bitch. and he said, you wouldn't have done this, would you? and i was like, no! [ laughter ] and it was really gratifying. >> jimmy: wow. >> now he knows it's me. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: just now finding out. >> yeah. >> jimmy: well. it's time. >> yeah. >> jimmy: wow, that's hardcore. >> i thought if i went the anarchist route he would never know it was me. >> jimmy: was that your idea or did you have a friend who would get you into that kind of stuff? >> i went with my girlfriend justine. and we were young. and we felt so cool driving up the canyon in my ford bronco. blasting cypress hill. it was such a moment. >> jimmy: yeah, i bet. >> yeah. >> jimmy: fast times.
>> worth the phone call i might get sometime soon. >> jimmy: so what did you do over summer? did you get summer break? you were working since you were a fetus, right? >> yeah, i started working at 11 months old. i could have fit right in the tailpipe. >> jimmy: for real. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: 11 months old. >> 11 months old. i have a really good work ethic because i'm still doing it. and no urge to retire. >> jimmy: how old are your kids? >> they're 4 and going to be 6. they're here, actually. frankie is right around -- >> jimmy: running around? >> right around the corner. i've never taken her to the corner of a talk show, so we have this code where i'm like, frankie? shh! >> jimmy: does it work? >> we'll see. >> jimmy: uh-huh, yeah. it's all right, it's loud. >> olive is in the bathroom having a little bit of a crisis because she's 6 going on 16 and it all started with a hair problem. >> jimmy: and she's not working. these are lazy kids compared to you. >> they're so lazy. but you know, i really do want them to like summer intern when they start asking for money and
doing their own laundry and like learning how to be self-preserving. >> jimmy: do you think they will do that stuff? >> they don't have a choice. >> jimmy: yeah, they have to do it. >> yeah. i don't want them to have a hard knocks life the way -- i certainly grew up in an unorthodox way but there were also so many cool things to it too. it was a balance that took a real art to navigate. and they're not going to have any kind of life like that. so i'm always trying to figure out what will be their harsh realities that really motivate them to be empathic and know that it's important to take care of yourself and others. >> jimmy: but for you -- >> my life gave me a lot of really valuable lessons. >> jimmy: your childhood was very strange. for instance, correct me if this is wrong, madonna came to your birthday party when you were 12? >> yeah, and steven piercy from "rat." >> jimmy: oh, really, wow. >> i think billy idol was there. >> jimmy: what? >> also the club where other people were hanging.
>> jimmy: really. >> it was limelight. yeah, grace jones was there. i went to studio 54. it was so cool. my kids are going to miss out on fun things like that. but they get to come to the jimmy kimmel show! >> jimmy: yeah, that's right. [ cheers and applause ] >> so cool. >> jimmy: wow. you have your birthday part, the guy from ratt was at your party. >> i loved earn there, i was also excited steven piercy was there, that was my highlight. >> jimmy: that is something else. did they bring you gifts? did steven bring you a birthday present? >> no, no. there wasn't a present. >> jimmy: madonna brought you nothing? >> i think she was probably just there to be there. i'm not sure she knew it was my birthday. >> jimmy: i see, okay. i see. >> but she brought her gifts to the universe enough. so that was enough for me. >> jimmy: she shared her gift of music. >> who wasn't so obsessed with may done that madonna? >> jimmy: i was totally obsessed with madonna and probably still am in a way.
>> it's madonna. >> jimmy: you don't want to know the things i did thinking about madonna. >> i think i do now know. >> jimmy: you think that tailpipe story was something. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. i bet you did naughty things with all her leather bracelets. >> jimmy: i stuck to the music videos, but yeah. let's take a break. when we come back, we will see a clip from your show "santa clarita diet." drew barrymore is here with us! why shop marshalls?
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we have a few thoughts on your departure. >> there's a beautiful overlook at the top of pike's ridge we sometimes hike to. >> we could may you down in a meadow of wildflowers. >> as the butterflies say good-bye to the morning dew -- >> so too will we say farewell to gary west! >> yeah, i don't want to do that. >> well, we know you also like porn. >> you could watch a few girls go at it for a while, then we could shoot you in the back of the head. >> there are no wrong choices. >> jimmy: that is drew barrymore in "santa clarita diet." that head was nathan fillion? >> that is right, nathan fillion. >> jimmy: does he get paid his
whole fee when he's just a head? >> i don't know, you'd have to ask him. >> jimmy: you must get -- you're eating people all the time. >> i am. >> jimmy: really bad people on the show. >> it's true. you know, it's nice to be on a show that's so current. it's about family and it's -- actually has this ironic, wonderful sweetness. and it's just funny. and i think will all need to laugh right now. i want to be a part of something that's lighter. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but we're living in this day and age where you couldn't do a "leave it to beaver" at this point. it wouldn't work. it's so far gone. i think you need to eat people. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> to sort of have that be your morning conversation. >> jimmy: what's going to happen in 30 years? >> i don't know! i mean, you know. a full-blown cannibalism or something. >> jimmy: yeah, well -- >> she's not a cannibalist. >> jimmy: kind of. a zombie eats a human, is that cannibalism? >> zombies don't have a choice,
they have to do it to survive. cannibalists, it's a choice? it's a choice, yeah. that is victor press character the show's creator. if you say cannibalism, you can see him get a little pissed off. >> jimmy: really. >> yeah, he weirdly -- you can eat people on the kitchen counter, but if you put a soda can there he'll take it out and say, i think soda's horrible. [ laughter ] and you're like, that's your line, victor, i'm so glad to know that. >> jimmy: wow. >> he's right, sewoda's not healthy. >> jimmy: i mentioned the president is going to meet the queen coming up next month. we happened upon this photograph. i would imagine that this is something you probably remember, even though how old were you? >> i remember it like it was yesterday. it was the most exciting moment for me to meet a real-life princess. the real-life princess. the people's princess. diana was and is and will always
be the epitome of a woman that all little girls look up to. >> jimmy: do you think she threw this stuffed animal right in the garbage? [ laughter ] >> no, look at the way she's looking at it. she was so kind and so nice. and i have to say, growing up with her as a princess was just such a good example. >> jimmy: did you learn to curtsy for her? >> you can see steven's really looking. >> jimmy: he seems like he's about to curtsy. >> making sure i didn't mess this up. he was very paternal to me. he was like, your mom took you to studio 54, so i want to make sure you don't -- and thank you, mom, because it was so fun. i want to make sure you don't screw up this very royal, regal ment. so again, that's the balance i was talking about. >> jimmy: thank god for steven spielberg. >> he really did, he put me in my place. if i wore dark lipstick too young -- >> jimmy: he didn't like that. >> i'd be, take that off. i think a good parent keeps kids kids and i needed that in my
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>> jimmy: hi there, welcome back to the show. andrea bocelli is coming. our next guest may not have saved barb but he's still the chief of police. he plays jim hopper on "stranger things." season two is on netflix now, please welcome david harbour. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: nice to meet you, good to have you here. >> nice to meet you, thanks for having me. >> jimmy: do you know drew barrymore? >> i do not know her but i accosted her on the street. >> jimmy: you did, yeah, yeah,
right before "stranger things" came out. we shot it, it was coming out in a couple of weeks. i saw her coming out of a building, i yelled "drew, drew, i have a show coming out that's based on your movies when you were younger!" >> jimmy: how did she react? >> she did this thing that is kind of a celebrity thing. which i wasn't very famous at the time but i kind of understand now. you kind of pretend that nothing is happening around you. [ laughter ] that it isn't going on. it is the best response ever. when you're walking around no, people yell "stranger things!" it's blinders. >> jimmy: she's about as nice a human being as she is. >> she's lovely, she came back and we discussed it. >> jimmy: that's a nice move. you're going to play hellboy which is exciting. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: have you started shooting that show yet? >> we shot it, yeah. >> jimmy: that movie, rather. >> we were in bulgaria for like four, five months. >> jimmy: what is that like to be in bulgaria? >> um -- that's a great
question. [ laughter ] i don't know if i can sum it up. it's -- i mean -- it's -- very eastern bloc. >> jimmy: i think i understand. >> okay. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] i think i get it. if you were to say, it's really very wonderful, whatever. but if you stammer, you go, i might have to go back to shoot the sequel. and i better watch what i say. >> very true. there's things they don't really understand. like shopping is like a very confusing thing. because it comes from communism. i think that like you're in a drugstore. people think that it's just like a cafe. like you're just there to hang out. like there's no sort of shopping happening. >> jimmy: really. >> things like that are kind of a mystery still at this point. >> jimmy: so what do you do for fun there? >> you sit at home in your hotel. >> jimmy: oh. >> and smoke cigarettes. >> jimmy: that sounds great. >> and think about what's happened to your life.
but i would come home -- because we shot, you know, crazy. it's like i got the suit and i got, you know, stunts and i'm like, you know -- i'm 40 years old, so i'm beat up to hell. and i would come home and just lie on my horrible bulgarian couch in my hotel. and i would go on twitter. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> so i got very, very into twitter at the time. >> jimmy: oh, really, okay, yeah. >> yeah, unhealthily so. >> jimmy: you're active with your twitter followers. >> i go through phases. but yeah. at that point. because season two had come out. and people were tweeting me all these ridiculous, hilarious things. and i started to engage. >> jimmy: there's someone who you went to the prom with, right? >> no, sir. no, sir. that sounds dangerous. >> jimmy: what happened? >> i took senior photos with a young lady. >> jimmy: senior photos, i see. >> it's better, right? there's no transaction other than the photo. >> jimmy: what happened? you said if you get a certain amount of retweets i'll take the
senior photos with you? >> yeah, i said if you get 25,000 retweets, i'll take your senior photos, provided that i get to wear the school sweatshirt and i get to carry a trombone. >> jimmy: and this was from your horrible bulgarian couch? >> yeah, these are the kind of mistakes i was making. >> jimmy: and this is what happened. [ cheers and applause ] you did it. you got the trombone. did she provide the trombone? >> trombone was provided by someone else. the sweatshirt was provided by her. >> jimmy: well, sure. >> i will say, extra large. we also had a medium but that didn't work as well. >> jimmy: so you were -- this surprised me. because by the way, i think you're fantastic on "stranger things." [ cheers and applause ] i think you do a great job. you seem to be like a man's man. like a rugged guy, right? >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: even the shirt. >> yeah, i know. if i don't get a deal with brawny. [ laughter ]
are they still around? >> jimmy: i think so, yeah. you have the moustache. >> i know. >> jimmy: holy cow. yeah they got to snap you up. what i was thinking is, you were a stage actor. >> yeah. >> jimmy: which was surprising. you still are a stage actor, obviously. you were in a play with al pacino? >> i've done two plays with al. we were in close quarters for months and months. we became very good friends. in fact -- he's here, i texted him. >> jimmy: he's the greatest, al pacino. >> i love him. he's hilarious, he's strange, he's warm. he's everything you'd expect from like a 75-year-old al pacino. >> jimmy: he loves sports. >> he loves sports. i don't know anything about sports. yeah, we can't talk about that at all. >> jimmy: that's the only gap in your relationship? >> yeah, that's really a big blind spot. >> jimmy: you've become friendly with al pacino, which as pretty great thing. instant credibility in a way. are you calling him? >> no, but i did want to show
you that he recently has gotten an iphone. >> jimmy: oh, he did. >> and -- yeah. and it's -- you know. he's an older man. you don't think about older people and technology. >> jimmy: well, i do, yeah. >> right. myself as well. but he -- yeah. i texted him that i was coming today. and he likes his emojis and stuff too. i said, going on kimmel today, you want to come by and say hello? i think we're going to yawl about you. talk about you, not yawl. he said, oh, thanks, my boy. you got the light, stay with it. emoji, emoji, scared face. have a great show. you got the light, stay with it. >> jimmy: i think he means he doesn't want to come. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i think that's what it means. you got the light, you stay with it, i'm going to be home on my bulgarian couch smoking cigarettes. >> that's one of the celebrity things that you do. like i'm yelling "al pacino!"
>> jimmy: i'm learning things here, these are good strategies. when they tell you what's happening on the show do they tell you more than they tell the kids, because they're kids? >> no, to be honest, they trust the kids more than they trust me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they do. >> with storyline details. and i'm kind of notorious for just giving away entire seasons. >> jimmy: have you done that? >> yeah, i mean -- you know. it's things that i thought were kind of self evident. but i said some -- i said something last year about like winona having a boyfriend, which wound up being this bob character, that apparently was not public knowledge. then i get these very disappointed calls from ted sarandis. >> jimmy: from netflix? >> netflix executives. they're not angry. just like, "oh, david." just like your dad. >> jimmy: even worse. >> "we're disappointed." >> jimmy: it's great to have you here. >> thanks. >> jimmy: text al pacino some
emojis indicating that we said hello. >> i will. >> jimmy: david harbour, everybody! season two of "stranger things" is streaming on netflix. and we'll return with music from andrea bocelli. >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. the best or nothing.
>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: the musicians are ready. i want to thank drew barrymore and david harbour, apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time. this is his album "sí." here with the song "if only," andrea bocelli! ♪ ♪ ♪ stai qui vicino a me quaggiù quaggiu vedrai, vedrai, vedrai
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