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>> very a good evening. >> from hollywood, it's jimmy kimmel live! tonight julie bowen. rupaul. kim kardashian west. and music from phosphorescent. and now, stay right where you are. it's jimmy kimmel! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thanks. thank you. thank you very much. how are you? i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the program. thank you very much. thank you for watching at home. thank you for coming. i'm happy to be -- we are back to work after -- we had a week
off. all of a sudden it's christmas. christmas up on us. i woke up one morning there was a tree in my house, swear to god. and an elf has returned to our show. this elf on the shelf, first of all, it works. our daughter jane is 4 years old. that elf is in the room, i don't know who that kid s. she is an angel. yesterday she shared a toy with her brother, first -- in their lives. she has a -- airplane and he wanted it. so instead of tackling him and taking it from him, not only did she share it, she presented to him, like vana white revealing the board on wheel of fortunate. [ laughter ] and then i swear to god, she gives it to him. billy, i know this is mine, but i want you to play with it. and then, i swear to god she did in. she turned and winked at the elf. [ laughter ] she did. [ cheers and applause ]
it's good for that, but there's a lot of work involved with this elf. every night you have to move it. last night i set an alarm so i could get out of bed. i put her to sleep, but i knew she wasn't asleep yet. i set an alarm in my bed so i could go back into her room to move the elf while she was sleeping and i know we're going to forget about it. i can barely keep up with the tooth fairy. [ laughter ] my older kids, the tooth fairy would forget to come for like 21 days in a row. some people go nuts with these elves. they build the nehr joe where the elf is on a skateboard, a tooth pick with a javelin. we're already out of shelves to put him on. last night i stuffed him in a tissue box, but there needs to be a service that comes to your house and moves the elf around for you because tonight we're already out of ideas. tonight i'm just going to duct tape the elf to a roomba and let him move around the room
himself. [ applause ] >> that's what i did this weekend. the president had a busy weekend. the president was in south america, which is the america he hasn't ruined yet. [ laughter ] but he was in -- he was in buenos aires for the g20 summit where he signed a trade deal with mexico and canada. now, there's the president with enrique pen i can enrique pena nieto. all he's signing is his name. [ laughter ] they wait. now they have to switch them around. he piles his on top. no, you sign that one. now, keep in mind, he has 12 letters in his name. donald j. trump. it's not, it's not enrique pena nieto, and there they're waiting again. like he's cheating. let's rotate these around one more time. is this -- all right, there you
go. now they're waiting for him to give them a head start. [ laughter ] and these guys are done, and justin trudeau just hangs out. it's like he's coloring it in or [ laughter ] [ applause ] you know, i think, i think this might be why it took him two months to answer robert mueller's questions. [ laughter ] of course, no trip overseas would be complete without an awkward exchange with the world leaders. so they introduce -- >> the president of the united states of america. >> the president of the united states of america, donald trump. and you can see it already, he's mad that there's no big applause or anything like that. he's used to the rallies. but he greets the president of argentina. and while the photographers are taking pictures, they exchange pleasantries, they talk a little. and then, okay. so now the pictures are done. he shakes his hand again and says whatever, and then wanders off. but it's not -- wait, no, hey,
wait, this guy comes, hey, come back. the you hear the president say -- he says, get me out of here. i guess he got word that the rib was back and he had to go. the president has a habit of doing that sort of thing. he carries himself like a demented grandfather who accidentally wandered into a wedding [ applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ ♪
>> and they're out. [ cheers and applause ] >> this is another fun encounter between trump and the argentinian president. trump had some trouble with the ear piece they gave him that provided the spanish to english translation. we could hear what was said. >> translator: wow, now that i'm seeing donald trump in person, he is much fatter than i imagine. get a load of this guy. i knew they called him 45. i didn't mean they meant his waist size. he's big, folks. trump is so big, he has to fly an air force one and a half. in honor of president trump, we are changing the name of our country to large-entina. he lives in the white castle house. that red thing around his neck isn't a tie, it's a ketchup stain.
anyway, i'm getting the light, so that's my time. >> yeah, i don't know, he's a funny guy. [ cheers and applause ] get that man a -- and then this morning the president was back on track, back home firing off a series of tweets about the russia investigation. he again went after special counsel robert mueller and took some hard shots at his former lawyer michael cohen. he wrote, michael cohen asked judge for no prison time. you mean he can do all of the terrible unrelated to trump things having to do with fraud, big loans, taxes, et cetera, and not serve a long prison term? he makes up stories to get a great and already reduced deal for himself, and get, dot-dot-dot -- then five full minutes go by. [ laughter ] his wife and father-in-law, who has the money, who has the money? i don't know, off scott free. he lied for this outcome and should, in my opinion, serve a full and complete sentence. this is coming from a guy who can barely tweet a full and
complete sentence. wrote scott free like it's a guy named scott. scott free. [ laughter ] are we sure he doesn't drink? because these are the rantings of someone who is drunk by 9:00 in the morning. but he also -- [ applause ] it wasn't all negative. he also wrote a tweet of support for roger stone, another team trumper who is in the shadow of possible mueller indictment. he wrote, i will never testify against trump. this statement was recently made by roger stone, essentially stating that he will not be forced by a rogue and out of control prosecutor to make up lies and stories about president trump. nice to know that some people still have guts. [ laughter ] nice to see the president carve out time from fox and friends to engage in some good old-fashioned witness tampering. all right. [ laughter ] but trump wants roger stone to know he has his back. by the way, you know you're in trouble when one of the only people you can count on is this guy. [ laughter ] the guy who framed roger rabbit is your only friend?
[ applause ] just in case you're not sure which side of history roger stone falls on, he has -- and this is real -- a tattoo of richard nixon on his back. [ laughter ] and soon a donald trump tramp stamp to add to the collection. [ laughter ] about an hour after that, after all this, he tweets, looking forward to being with the bush family to pay my respects to president george h.w. bush. as he looks forward to paying his respects to a family he spent the last three years disrespecting. my sincere condolences to low energy jeb and his children on this terrible loss. it's important to know our country isn't the only one with high-level naughtiness going on. the president of nigeria is defending himself against an you think usual accusation -- this is a real tweet from muhammad du buhari. he wrote, one of the questions that came up today with my neerjs in poland was on the issue of whether i've been cloned or not. the ignorant rumors are not
surprising. when i was away on medical vacation last year, a lot of people hoped i was dead. the president was out of the country for more than three proz la months last year. there was a rumor they replaced him with a clone, which means they planned this when he was born, i guess. [ laughter ] he says that is not true. he says, i can assure you all that this is the real me. later this month i will celebrate my 76th birthday and i am still going strong, which is exactly what a clone would say in that situation. [ laughter ] so, i don't know. i mean -- [ cheers and applause ] but imagine that. a clone president. kind of reminds me of that movie -- guillermo, have you seen that movie "dave?" >> no, i haven't seen it. >> wait a second, are you a clone? >> i am the real guillermo. >> we came back from vacation. someone may have swapped guillermos.
get a shot of the green room, please. >> number 8. let's do it. >> guillermo, guillermo, guillermo! [ cheers and applause ] >> guillermo, guillermo, guillermo! >> oh, my god. guillermo. why aren't you in here working, guillermo? >> i am there working, jimmy. look at the doors. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> that isn't you at the door. >> it's not me? >> no, it's not you. >> oh, i guess i called wrong in today. [ cheers and applause ] >> number 9! number 9! number 9! >> guillermo clone, would you mind giving the real guillermo a ride home tonight? >> you got it. >> a substitute teacher in mont ville, new jersey, was teaching a first grade class and the subject of christmas came up. so she decided to tell the kids
the truth about -- reportedly she told kids, santa isn't real, rein deer don't fly, the tooth fairy and easter bunny were made up. she also told the kids they were adopted. [laughter] the principal of the school had to apologize to parents. aren't substitute teachers supposed to show a movie and maybe take zips out sips of whi of a flask or something? a teacher told me about santa, and it absolutely crushed me. i was 17 years old, which is different. [ laughter ] but tonight, in case you don't know, is the second night of hanukkah. so happy hanukkah to those who are celebrating this -- [ cheers and applause ] >> this overlooked holiday. christmas gets most of the attention, but hanukkah is important, too. a lot of children are familiar. most children are familiar with the story of christmas, but they're less educated about the miracle of hanukkah. we went out on the street and we asked kids who don't celebrate hanukkah to tell us what they
know about this holiday. and this is what they said. ♪ ♪ >> have you ever heard of hanukkah? >> yeah. >> what is hanukkah? >> it's where jewish people, um, celebrate hanukkah on christmas. >> what is hanukkah? >> um, it's where some other people celebrate christmas and some other people don't celebrate it like that. >> which other people, do you know? >> no. >> it's jewish people. have you heard of jewish people? >> no. >> where do you live? >> salt lake city. >> that makes sense. why doesn't santa bring any of the jewish kids toys? >> because they're jewish. >> can you spell >> um, can i try? >> yep.
>> h-o-n-e-c-c-h? >> you know what, you're probably right. there's no wrong answer. here you go. >> thank you. >> would you like to meet a jewish person? >> yeah. >> eric, come here. this is eric. he's jewish, and he's a tv comedy writer. >> they're all tv comedy writers. >> oh. okay. >> who brings people presents on christmas? >> santa. >> who brings them presents on hanukkah? >> um -- >> it's melissa rivers. >> oh. >> do you know any hanukkah songs? hanukkah, come light the menorah, that's a >> pretty good.
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and gwen stefani will join us. so please be a part of that. we appreciate it. our first guest tonight is a multi emmy winning actress who over of the past ten years raised six children, three of them fictional, three real. she plays claire on "modern family" wednesday nights at 9:00 on abc. please welcome julie bowen. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? >> my mom said i had to wpas ou. >> jimmy: why? >> because i'm like on the show -- there's a lot of this. this actually feels very comfortable now. >> jimmy: why must your mother impact my life in a negative way? >> i'm sorry. >> jimmy: she did? >> yes, i have to wear pants so i look respectable. >> jimmy: you do look great. there's no question about that. >> thank you.
>> jimmy: how are you doing? >> i'm good. i just got back -- thanksgiving was long. >> jimmy: it was long. >> they give the kids time off from school. >> jimmy: yes, oh, i know. >> little kids. they're home for an extended period of time. >> jimmy: right. >> you have to feed, clothe, entertain, so i took mine to -- i took mine abroad. >> jimmy: oh, to where? >> i took them to austria. >> jimmy: to vienna, austria? >> to vienna. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have an audience member -- really, who? >> i have to stuff to say. you know, most livable city, voted most livable. we w o coo like a river thing. >> jimmy: river boat. >> we would stop and get off. i was with my family so i'd get off and run. run. and aroundy night
there would be these packs of moms and the strollers just cutting a butt, packs and packs of smoking mommies. i was like, this is frightening. they don't even have the decency -- they don't hide it from the kid, like hold the thing down. this is the way it is. aren't you like it? tough people. [ applause ] >> tough people. >> jimmy: that's interesting. >> yeah, that could be -- it could cut into your liveability rating just a little. >> jimmy: did you get to travel abroad? we never went anywhere. >> my parents were like, this is america and you're going to see it. they put us in the station wagon. i saw like every ball of wax. wild bill museum. i didn't get to gown and like went with a student trip when i was 14. that's why i thought it would be fun to take the boys now. turns out that maybe they'll go later eventually.
[ laughter ] >> when they can drink. i think there is some drinking that needs to be done. >> jimmy: what was the best trip you took when you were first going out? >> oh, i studied in italy. it was supposed to be for a semester. it turned out to be a year. >> jimmy: what were you studying? >> italian renaissance studies. it was all italian. jimmy, if i may hold your hand and talk to you. me too is a serious thing. in italy we would call that unca illo. so grabbing, cat calling, whistling, hands on body was encouraged and considered a real sign of, you've made it here. i had blonde hair halfway down my back. i was a queen in ital old -- >> jimmy: oh, you liked it? >> i loved it. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> i loved it. i was like, at first i'm like, no, no, no. and walk them to school with my
book bag. we had eye long walk to school. and then by a little while in, i was like, anyone on a vespa can take me to school. >> jimmy: oerkth, really, that your uber back then. >> everybody was on a vespa with an espresso. don't know how they did it. >> jimmy: did you ever date any of your transporters? >> yes. >> jimmy: you did? >> fabio. not the fabio. he looked really good, but proof was i brought him back to the u.s. he was site specific. >> jimmy: oh, wow, it was serious. >> it was until i got him here. he did fine in his native habitat, but then he like took him out of there and he was like, like -- iow somebody that eats their own like pop in a cage. [ laughter ] >> he couldn't, he couldn't speak english, wasn't interested in speaking english. was very good looking. >> jimmy: okay.
>> keep in mind before you judge me. [ laughter ] >> he was incredibly handsome. but he spoke no english, and i was working my butt off. i was working -- i was waiting tables. i had an internship. it was summer between junior and senior. he would sit at home all day. i didn't know what he did. we had a tiny studio apartment. i would come home. he'd be like, julie -- [ speaking foreign language ] >> i'm like, what is he talking about? he keeps telling me about how he spends his day watching bubba rosa. he's a genius, this bubba rosa. i don't know what this is. is it a clown? and then one night we're lying on our futon. [ laughter ] >> it's nighttime, so it's flat. i was lying on the futon. we were switching channels and on comes a man whisperingly painting a squirrel in a tree. he goes, bubba rosa.
i'm like, bob ross? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: oh, that's good. my hard earned waitressing dollars and you're watching bob ross all day, every day. i still kept him, iz ke kept hir one more mishap. i kept him like a dog, i'm sorry. again, so beautiful. [ laughter ] >> i came home again one day from working hard, and he's, you know, i don't know, he's lying on the couch moaning. oh -- [ speaking foreign language ] >> i'm like, what? i ate all the parasciutto and marscapone. no, i'm a college student. do you think h marscapone? i go in the trash can and there is an empty package of raw bacon and an empty tub of cream cheese.
>> jimmy: wow, he really was an animal in a cage eating his own -- [ laughter ] >> but it's like he cooked it. plus, what kind of commitment does it take when you go through that first piece of bacon? [ laughter ] >> like he had to double down. how do you go for the second piece? >> jimmy: well, wherever you are, fabio, i hope you're doing better than you did here. julie bowen is here. "modern family" is the show. we'll be right back. >> jimmy kimmel live is brought to you by the wells fargo holiday food bank. do what you can at any of our branches or visit wells fargo.com/food bank. fargo.com/food bank.
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i don't know if i want another half finished project in the garage. >> the only reason i started working on the lawn mower is because he started get toog smart. come on, honey, let's keep it. >> it remains me how crazy my mom kosh. what mother has a car like this? >> how's this. we take it for one drive. if you're not smiling when we come back, we get rid of it. >> one drive? >> one drive. >> one drive. >> she used to double buckle me and mitchell in the front seat. between that and the homemade electric blankets, it's a wonder we're still alive. >> that is julie bowen.
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: julie, shelley long played your mom. real life. fake life, dead. >> jimmy: i want to be very clear shelley long is alive. >> very alive, yes. >> jimmy: and your tv daughter sarah -- >> also alive. >> jimmy: not really sarah highland unless i don't know. sarah is not pregnant. >> her character haley is pregnant. there's all this other stuff, i don't think i'm supposed to say it. there's stuff >> jimmy: say it all. >> if we're pregnant, that's where the audience is at pregnant, that's where i'm stopping. >> jimmy: oh, is there something weird that happens? >> there are so many things that happened this season, it's a lot. i need a cheat sheet. i have no idea. >> jimmy: last time i think we discussed this, it was supposed to be the final season of "modern family." >> uh-huh. and here i am. >> jimmy: i believe there were conversations about what will you take from the set -- >> are you saying you want me gone? >> jimmy: no, not at all, quite
the contrary. i hope you guys stay and continue to do many more seasons. but it's interesting, i've heard now that you're going to do another season maybe. is that true? possible? >> they're talking about it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: who is talking about it, you guys? >> yes. >> jimmy: yes. >> yes, yes. but you know abc, a very special place. but there are changes. you never know, who knows. i hope -- i want it to come back. i really enjoy it terribly lazy and have become accustomed to these people. i like them. i'm comfortable with them. the kids are all grown up. >> jimmy: did you have real kids before you had tv kids? >> i had one real kid and i had two real kids in my real stomach when i had thr on the show. on the pilot i was pregnant with the twins. so they taught me like, you know, be mean, how to know the kids are not supposed to like you as a parent. >> jimmy: have you ever had to ground one of your tv kids, or
really let one of them have it? >> there was a time -- and i won't say who -- where i did whip a cell phone out of somebody's hand. >> jimmy: oh, you did? >> yeah, a, you have a cell phone. they were teenagers at the time. and, b, they would like text all the time. and i was like, unacceptable. now i realize there's nothing you can do about that. you're texting right now. i can see your other set hand. he has a second set of hands just like this. >> jimmy: my mannequin hands. i'm not one much those guys. i don't text that much. >> i don't either. rn f. it purses people off. >> jimmy: that makes us better than everybody else. julie bowen, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: 9:00 on abc. we're back with three ridiculous questions with kim kardashian west. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ when the evening shadows fall ♪ ♪ and you're wondering who to call ♪
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>> jimmy: i wish i could wear a suit like that. >> you can wear a suit like this. all men say that. you can wear it. >> jimmy: you don't know my problems. >> lose those friends. you'll get new friends if you wear something like this. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: good advice. it really is good advice. how are you doing? >> i feel great. >> jimmy: did you work today? >> we filmed drag race already. i'm working on another show for netflix. it's a scripted series. >> jimmy: oh, really? that's what you really want to do, act? >> i just want to do whatever people offer me to do. i like to work. if they offer me a job, i'm going to take it. [ cheers and applause ] >> >> jimmy: really, any time? >> yes. >> jimmy: can i ask you about a photograph i'm interested in? this is a classic grouping here. this is you rupaul with nirvana. >> yeah, that's 25 years ago. >> jimmy: 25 years ago, where
was this, the vma? >> the vmas. what's funny on the new season of "drag race" -- the baby is not in the picture there, but there's a picture with frances bean. i got to meet her 25 years later just this past summer. >> jimmy: oh, on the show? >> yes, she's a judge. >> jimmy: how about that. >> she's a judge on "drag race." she's been haunted by that photo for 25 years, so yeah. >> jimmy: that's pretty crazy. >> isn't it cool? >> jimmy: it is weird when you meet somebody as a fully formed adult. maybe they were [ laughter ] >> we have some guest judges. >> jimmy: who are they? >> i don't know. they're all brave. [ laughter ] >> actually, this friday i have a christmas special, my fourth, my fourth christmas special is on vh1 this friday at 8:00. >> jimmy: when do you tape the christmas special? >> we taped it in the summer. >> jimmy: isn't that weird?
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: and how long does it take you to get into the garb? >> about 300 years. it does, about 300 years. i started right after the second world war. [ laughter ] >> doing drag. >> jimmy: does it take an hour -- >> why are you obsessed with me, [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm interested in it. by the way, i am kind of obsessed with you, especially after i saw this. now, this is a photograph, this is you, and this is not -- this is not like a halloween thing or something like that. this is you on the ranch you live on in wyoming. >> yes. >> jimmy: what kind of a ranch is this? >> well, first of all, people have a weird idea what ranches from movies. a modern ranch is really land management. my husband owns a 60,000 acre ranch, a 60,000 acre ranch. you lease out the mineral rights
to the water companies and lease out the land for cattle people -- they graze and moo, you know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, i've seen them. >> what's funny about that, i'm the only one in wyoming who dresses in western wear. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yes. >> jimmy: come on. >> i want to wear these fabulous western wear outfits. >> jimmy: that's a good outfit. >> no one else is wearing that, no one. no one else is wearing is that. >> jimmy: do they know you from the show? >> they don't care. no tina shea. they are very frosty up there. they're very, very chilly up there. it's not a racial thing. it's just an environmental thing. it's -- they're very frosty. so i go up there and reed books. >> jimmy: i have a theory as to why that is. >> why is that? >> jimmy: if you live in brooklyn everyone is opposite of that because everyone is piled on top of each other. when you have a lot of space, you become more solitary.
>> yeah, that's close to my theory. i think they were descendants of the donner party. [ laughter ] >> they're afraid of someone eating them. >> jimmy: that could be it, too. we'll really never have an answer to this question. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you do ranch-type stuff? are you out there, like, what goes on on a ranch. do people dig there, whittling? >> oh, hell no. >> jimmy: nothing like that? >> no, when i go up there, i reed books, watch movies. it's really beautiful in wyoming, just gorgeous, but not a lot of things to do. it's the least populated state in the union, so most people get the hell out of wyoming. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> it's really beautiful. >> jimmy: you have to be paired up to be in wyoming, unless you're living in cheyenne or something like that. >> right. >> jimmy: meet other people you
could pair up with. >> you said it beautifully. >> jimmy: i feel like i figured everything out. >> you figured it out. it's really true. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: by the way, i want to point something out. you tweeted it. it's a medication sold in canada. it's called ru pall. can you sue them for this? >> no, but i'm told there is an anal option to this product. >> jimmy: it's an allergy medication. it's been a little windy and i've been having some allergies. i thought might be, i don't know, do you want to try one of these? >> orally, do you want to take it orally? >> jimmy: let's see, yeah, let's go with orally because it's -- i don't have my pea shooter. [ laughter ] well, i'm going to try this. i'm going to try ru pall and see what happens. >> do it.
>> announcer: the jim et live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i want to thank julie bowen, rupaul and kim kardashian west. we ran out of time for him. night line is next. but first, this is his album. it's called se la vis. here with the new album, phosphorescent. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ i was sitting at a bar in new england ♪ ♪ i was thinking about another beer ♪ ♪ and a lady playing on the
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