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we appreciate your time as always. >> thanks for >> dicky: from hollywood - it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- ellen pompeo, from "whiskey cavalier," lauren cohan, the l.a. galaxy's zlatan ibrahimovi?, and now, most likely, jimmy kimmel! ♪ [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: hi, everyone. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. i do appreciate it. i have a quick question for you.
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how many of you, how many of you are visiting us here? how many of you are here on a trip? [cheers and applause] well, i hope you are enjoying yourselves, because it would appear that others aren't. according to a prominent travel website that i never heard of been today, they ranked the top 99 tourist destinations intionss world, and right smack at the bottom is the hollywood walk of fame, which is us, they say we are the worst tourist attraction in the world, woirse than the labrea tar pits. and that's tar. the number one tourist destination according to them is the plaza de espanzia in bra bra never heard of it.
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statue of liberty is number 41. and our neighborhood is less. part of how they came up with this is they used reviews from trip adviser. these are come of the walk of fame reviews on trip adviser. big disappointment, very disappointing. do not go to hollywood. we walked past people smoking actual crack in the street. what, you want them to smoke fake crack? disgusting? and where people get up and lay down in the middle of the sidewalk. [cheers and applause] come on, that's not, but i'm going to tell you something. this is nonsense, and i take offense to it. this is our home, and there's no way this is the worst tourist attraction in the world. the hollywood walk of fame is one of the greatest tourist attractions of the world. look. >> the only place on earth where you can read celebrities' names on the ground. all the glamour of hollywood awaits you.
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elegant shopping, fine dining. bill cosby. kevin spacey, korean people screaming about jesus. skiing in the alps? not when you can watch a junky outside wetzel's pretzels. pret. there's something for everyone on the hollywood walk of fame. it's like a bus station but outside. the hollywood walk of fame where batman headlines! >> how dare they. that man doesn't have lice. don't tell me that. we're fine with it. president trump just got back from his trip to vietnam where his summit with kim jong un was seen here taking a pool-side stroll, ended abruptly. things seemed to be going smoothly for trump and kim. look how much chemistry they had. they enjoyed a four-course meal,
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that included shrimp, salad with thousand island dressing and chocolate lava cake. i'm starting to think they just went over there to eat. sadly, it didn't lead to a deal. it ended with nothing. sadly, he got more done in his summit with kim kardashian than kim jong un. kim will not give up his nuclear program, trump came home tiny empty handed. he had a press conference and did his best to give a positive spin. >> we spent pretty much all day with kim jong un, who is, he's quite a guy and quite a character and i think our relationship is very strong. but, at this time, we had some options, and at this time we decided not to do any of the options, and we'll see where that goes, but it was a very interesting two days, and i think actually, it was a very productive two days.
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but sometimes you have to walk. >> that's right. sometimes you have to walk. and that's pretty much all they did was walk. look at them. [cheers and applause] very sad, because, in another life, they could have been belly flop champions. there was a time when donald trump wasn't even able to walk in vietnam because of his terrible bone spurs, but thank god those healed up. how about trump calling kim jong un quite a guy and quite a character. what a character. he poisoned his brother and put his uncle in front of a firing squad. what a hoot. the one thing it seems we got out of this trip was a rare opportunity to hear kim jong un's voice. he rarely does interviews or takes questions, especially from western reporters, but in hanoi we findly gotely got a chance t him speak.
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>> translator: i wouldn't say that i'm -- >> jimmy: he's like a gremlin. in north korea, helium is the only thing they have to eat, so it makes sense. like you give a [ bleep ]. right. sorry. i forgot we're on tv. [ applause ] president trump, for his part, is doing everything he can to present this as a positive development. he claims that despite the fact that talks ended early, there are no hard feelings between him and his new little friend. >> what was the atmosphere like when you walk away from the negotiation table and -- >> i think it was very good. very friendly. this wasn't a walk away like you get up and walk out. no, this was very friendly. we shook hands. we, you know, there's a warmth that we have. and i hope that stays. i think it will, but i think the relationship was very warm, and when we walked away, it was a
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very friendly walk. >> jimmy: warmth and walking and, in truth they remind me of lady gaga and bradley cooper. there's a real warmth to their relationship, but the president left today, he flew home, maybe he was extradited. it was a real shock that donald trump didn't make a deal. that's his thing. he's the deal guy. he's, i wrote "the art of the deal." nobody makes a bigger deal about making deals than donald trump. >> you have to get people in, grab them, hug them, kiss them and get the deal done. ive addone deals all over the place. we are making great deals. we just made some of the great deals ever. this is one of the great deals ever. great deals. you're getting good deals. massive deals. tremendous deals. fair deal, fair dial. one of the best deals. great dial. soun great deal, biggest deal ever
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made. no bad deals. i'm a very good deal maker. i'm a deal maker.aker.aker.aker. i've made deals all my life. deal or no deal? i say no deal. [cheers and applause] je >> jimmy: he flew all the way over there and got nothing, like the fyre festival. kim jong un's other friend, none other than dennis rodman wants to lend a hand. he believes trump could be the front runner for the nobel prize. this is the letter from the deck of dennis k. rodman. first of all, there's no dennis rodman has a desk. and what's with the k. now? now he's dennis k.? what does that stand for? kra
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kra karate? you think he uses it because donald uses the j.? you have my continued and strong commitment to assisting in your talks with north korea and blah, blah, blah, and while i will not be able to attend the hanoi event i plan on following up with your team and my friend chairman. i like that he's not able it to attend, as if he was invited to attend. it's like gary busey apologizing for not going to the royal wedding. i'm so sorry. imagine waking up from a coma, like 15 years ago and hearing dennis k. rodman is helping president trump campaign for a nobel peace prize for his summit with the leader of north korea. i'd probably ask to be put back to sleep. [ applause ] meanwhile, in washington, they are still interrogatingicel th theohenyou n see -- he i arriving for a closed-door
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session with the house intelligence committee. and it looks like he's millennial about to walk into the wall, but no, he doesn't. and yesterday he had the televised portion of the testimony. cohen called the president his former boss of ten years a racist, a con man and cheat. so you can only imagine what he said behind closed doors. and for whatever reason they've scheduled cohen it to come back to talk next week. i'm so interested. yesterday i started watching at 7:00 a.m. i set my alarm to watch c-span, which no one has ever done before. much to the annoyance of my almost 2-year-old son. i turned the tv on, and he's like, elmo, elmo! daddy needs to watch a human muppet today. [ applause ] so i think it's important -- what ra yare you laughing at over there? >> you're fired!
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>> jimmy: by the way, if the muppets ever find out about you, you're living on "sesame street" the rest of your life. i think's important that kids are knowledgeable about government and i notice cohen looks like droopy. remember the bassett hound on the cartoon? we took some video from an old dro droopy cartoon and paired it with audio, and voila, here's donald trump's former attack dog and politics for kids. >> my name is michael dean cohen. i'm ashamed, because i know what mr. trump is. he is a racist. he is a con man. and he is a cheat. >> how long did you work in the white house? >> i never worked in the white house. >> that's the point, isn't it, mr. cohen? >> no, sir. >> you wanted to work in the white house. >> no, sir. >> you didn't get brought to the dance. >> mr. chairman, can we take a break?
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♪ >> jimmy: all right. your move, paw patrol. we heard a lot yesterday and about the many things donald trump directed cohen to do. he loves to give directions. he loves to direct people. we did an experiment. we took real clips of the president speaking and load them into one of those navigation apps. some of these apps you can add your own custom voice, and we did that and told guillermo to follow the directions on the app. and the result was this. ♪ >> okay, let's do okay, trump, lead the way. >> okay, let's go, ready? >> i am ready. >> make a right >> okay. >> make a left. >> make a left? oh. in the alley? this is an
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>> continue to just go forward. >> okay. >> go forward. >> i cannot go forward. there's a house. >> turn around, go back. >> what? >> back up. >> what, back up? >> turn around, go back. >> oh, [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. >> recalculating. make a left turn. >> left turn? >> make a right. >> left or right? >> make a right. >> there's no right. there's houses right there. i can make a left, but no right. >> make a right. get off the road. drive out into the desert. >> where the [ bleep ] are you taking me? >> back off. >> what? >> back up. >> why are we backing up? why? >> back up. >> i don't think. >> faster. go faster. >> faster? are you crazy? no, no, no, i cannot go faster. >> we're going to die.
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>> no, we're not going to die. [ bleep ] that. >> continue to just go forward. >> but it said dead end, right there. dead end. >> go forward. >> go forward? >> go forward. >> are you freaking kidding me? >> make a right turn. hit a whole group of people purposely. >> i'm not going to hurt nobody. i'm going to make a right and that's it. >> continue to just go forward. >> okay. >> go forward. >> okay. i got it. go forward. >> continue to just go forward. >> yeah, i really hear you. you told me like 200 times. >> make a right. >> what? >> back up. >> make a right. back up. make a left turn. back up. make a left turn. we had somewhat of a crash. >> jimmy: all right.
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♪ >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. tonight, from "whiskey cavalier," which you can see wednesday nights on abc, lauren cohan is here. then, one of the biggest stars in l.a. and/or the galaxy, zlatan ibrahimovi? is here. he plays ball with his feet. next week -- we have new shows with guests including
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brie larson, samuel l. jackson, kate beckinsale, ben mckenzie, camila mendes, and chris pratt. plus music from tierra whack, x ambassadors, david gray and sam fender. so be prepared for that. earlier tonight, our first guest and her cast made television history as her show became the longest-running prime time medical drama ever. that's 332 episodes of tonsillectomies. "grey's anatomy" airs thursday nights at 8:00, please welcome ellen pompeo. ♪ [ applause ] [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: good to see you. you look fantastic. >> thank you, it's nice to see you. thank you for that lovely reception. >> jimmy: it is such an amazing
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thing. beat e.r. e.r. was on for my whole childhood. it's crazy. >> i never watched it. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah, because medical shows made me too anxious. >> jimmy: you watch your own show? >> sometimes. >> jimmy: how many of the 332 episodes would you say you've seen? >> i would say -- how many have you seen? >> jimmy: probably 100 i'd say. >> really? have you watched that many? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i don't know, 60% maybe. >> jimmy: you are there for it. so you don't really need to see it to know what's going on. >> it's too much of me. same reason my husband says i can't watch. i get you all day. >> jimmy: i was figuring out. i was doing the math today. i'm not good at math. but i figured it ut o. if you made it your full time job and devoted your time to watching ""grey's anatomy"
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something fr from the beginning, it would take you a week to watch all of the shows. my daughter started watching it way after it was on the air. and they do that. >> they do. >> jimmy: do you hear from a lot of people and they know the beginning of the show. >> it's crazy. it's such a blessing that the original cast in the pilot are so incredible that they hold up. because i think the kids today, if they watch it and it wasn't great, they'd be like, this stupid old show. >> jimmy: they seems to have picked certain shows. "friends" is one of them and "the office" is one of them. there are these shows that they seem to discover all on their own. >> yeah, and they think they're still cool, which is amazing. >> jimmy: which inherently still makes them cool. >> yes. >> jimmy: you should have a
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medical degree with all the hours you have done. >> i should, i should. >> jimmy: did you have a party for this? >> we keep having parties. i said to shonda, enough with the celebrations now. we celebrated the 300th. and typically, the writers will write some big episode where everybody's celebrating. and that takes a long time to film. there's a ton of people in every scene. at this point, every episode is a milestone. we've not the party situation settled. >> jimmy: so you were the party pooper. >> yes. >> jimmy: if there is a party, you have to go to the party. >> yes. but tonight's episode is a party. >> jimmy: tonight's episode is a party. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: so you had a party in the episode, and then a party off camera? >> yeah, tonight's episode, i think if i'm right, there's a party, and i set the house on fire. >> jimmy: oh, really?
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>> yeah. >> jimmy: do you remember all the plot lines and all the different things? >> no. >> jimmy: i'm going to quiz you a little bit. >> okay. okay. >> jimmy: you tell me if these are things that really happened on the show or they didn't happen, okay? >> a lot of it is, most of it is from true stories. >> jimmy: the hospital gets taken over by a honduran caravan. >> no. i think that's what someone thinks in the white house has happened. >> jimmy: that's right. you are correct. there's a zombie outbreak because a bunch of guys took some drugs. >> are they drug addicts or zombies? >> jimmy: zombies as a result of taking drugs. >> no. >> jimmy: yes, that did happen. >> only ate the weed cookies? >> jimmy: divorced couple got stuck together during sex. >> 100% that happened. >> jimmy: yes. >> sounds like something that would happen. >> jimmy: meredith ponders her
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career in denistry. >> no. >> jimmy: man has a fish swim into his penis. >> yes! >> jimmy: yes, that did happen. pretty good. >> that's a true story, by the way. if you swim in the amazon, that can happen. >> jimmy: yeah, it's a dr. seuss book, isn't it? i read that to my kids at night. they'll never learn to swim. >> oh, poor billy. >> jimmy: the last time were you here was right after the super bowl, and it was an upsetting thing, because it was like it was your husband's birthday, right? >> so i just have a question. why is the super bowl on his birthday every single year? is it the same date, the super bowl? >> jimmy: no, it's just bad luck or good luck it in this year. >> this year it was good luck. the super bowl was on his birthday, and tom took it home. it was a little touch and go there for a while. >> jimmy: you're both patriots fans, boston sports fans in general.
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>> i'm a boston sports fan. i don't really love football even though i think of myself as the tom brady of nighttime te television. >> jimmy: right. you're like tom grady. it's a joke. celtics are your team? >> used to be my team. i live in l.a. now, all my dreams came true in los angeles. >> jimmy: that's a transition. did you ever meet any of your favorite players from the boston celtics? >> i did. when i lived in boston, when i was just a wee lass, i was a waitress for a very short time, because i'm a terrible waitress. but i used to work at a restaurant. i think it was called scotch and soda. right across the street from the garden. i think now it's called the fleetcenter. >> jimmy: yes. >> and so all the celtics would come in after the games.
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and depending on how they did in the game would be whether you got a good tip or not. >> jimmy: oh, really? their mood dictated your tips? >> larry bird for sure. >> jimmy: oh, he stiffed you? >> yeah, he wasn't nice. i was probably 18 and the most annoying little person ever. but i think i probably would have tried to be nice to get a tip. when you're a waitress and you're that young and all those basketball players come in you think they have money. >> jimmy: they do have money. >> i can ma'am imagine me beingy nice. >> jimmy: is it possible he was wearing his game shorts and had no pockets? >> no, i think it was a huge sense of entitlement. the restaurants would have to stay open late for them. >> jimmy: this is why we love magic johnson who tips people! >> yes. >> jimmy: if you're larry bird and you're watching, first of
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all, shame. >> i also used to work in this boston bar called days of buchanans. and the hockey team used to come in there. and one guy threw hundreds at me. >> jimmy: that's not necessarily great. but you take the money. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: ellen pompeo! "grey's anatomy" airs thursday's 8:00 p.m. on abc. we'll be back with lauren cohan. ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by the container store -- where space comes from. e comes from. ♪there's no escape... ♪ better get moving. ready or not♪ ♪'s about to go down here it comes now♪ ♪...get ready (oh oh oh oh), get ready♪ ♪...moving. ready or not ♪...get ready (oh oh oh oh) new galaxy. free buds. music to your ears.
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♪ >> jimmy: hi they are, welcome back. our next guest is a gifted actress and former zombie slayer who has a new tv show with a title straight off the tgi friday's cocktail menu. "whiskey cavalier" airs wednesday nights on abc. please say hello to lauren cohan. [cheers and applause] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you doing? >> how are you? >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. >> you too. >> jimmy: i heard you just got
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back from, where were you, north korea? >> we were in prague in the czech republic. >> jimmy: that's where you shoot the show? >> that's where we shoot the sh show. we were there six and a half months. >> jimmy: was that a fun six and a half months? >> it was. i knew i wanted to bond when i got there. >> jimmy: with? >> with my cast mates. >> jimmy: with the locals? >> with the locals. >> jimmy: nice. how do you go about bonding with the locals when you're in prague? >> when you don't speak my first test was david. >> jimmy: is that his real name, david? >> yeah. we spent obviously a lot of time together every day. he speaks some english. i ea cze,ju kin of lkingground. >> jimmy: well, did you have
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any? >> not that much, but i found some. >> what did you talk about? >> everybody likes food. and i said what's your favorite food? and he said i don't know, beer. and i thought, good, there we go. then movies. what's your favorite films? and he says vin diesel. and i think oh, driving, fast and furious. he loves it. but i still didn't have it, you know, i didn't have the bond that i wanted he and i to have. and so i thought, i know what it is, it's laughter. it's jokes. >> jimmy: okay. >> so i figure i'm going to tell david some of my best lo-for jokes.ngsh going reall. and i'm telling him my jokes and i'm getting nothing. he's polite. >> jimmy: what kind of jokes did you tell him? >> like long ones, and then i have to explain them. and then i realize if you have to explain it, it's not funny. >> jimmy: it's failed.
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i have that situation almost every night here. >> but you keep going. >> jimmy: you have to carry on. >> you have to care eye ory on. so i carried on. and i think i need something succinct, and i think dad jokes. so i tell david some of my best, this one in particular. they're short, succinct, jokes that a dad would tell, you're a dad. and i'm not a dad. i want to tell everyone before i get started. >> jimmy: you'll get there one day. if you tell enough jokes. what's dad joke? >> i say david, why did the monkey fall out of the tree? and he said i don't know. and i said because he was dead. and he laughed. so now david and i have this -- >> jimmy: maybe he hates monkeys. good! >> i then overplayed the monkey element, too. monkeys, monkey fell out of the
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try. and he was like, wow. i speak a little bit of english. that was the beginning of our whole love. >> jimmy: so you had one friend in czechoslovakia. >> yeah, i hope i still do. >> jimmy: i saw your show, and i really like it. it's a fun show. the title is completely ridiculous. >> i now you like the title. >> jimmy: explain why it's called "whiskey cavalier." >> it's his spy name. >> jimmy: scott foley. >> he's whil chaill chase, so i whiskey charlie. i think it's because i have an answer can't tell or i don't have an answer. >> jimmy: oh, i see. it's a secret. >> it's a secret. so, you, yeah. >> jimmy: your character has a code name also. >> fiery tribune. i think just in case these spies are ever on television, we should give them slightly more flourished spy names.
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>> jimmy: what my favorite part of every james bond movie, when they give you a gadget and you get gadgets. so spies now are so realistic you don't have gadgets anymore. >> we have gadgets. we have explode something tampons. >> jimmy: that's right. >> i put that ad on twitter, and everyone's like, oh, my gosh, don't use it. well, yeah. >> jimmy: you could get a hell of an endorsement out from the exploding tampon people. >> it's all in the way you throw it. >> jimmy: yes, you did slow thr well. and there are billboards literally every four feet in los angeles. it must be weird seeing yourself constantly. >> yeah. >> jimmy: are people constantly komgt comi comments on that? >> that's crazy. >> jimmy: you don't want to be that jerk, yeah, i know.
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i'm on all the billboards. >> i know, i'm unavoidblin unavoidable. >> jimmy: it's hard, because it's hard not to slow down and take a photo of them. it's a great lesson that you shared with everyone. >> i know. >> jimmy: if you know celebrities and they're on a billboard, don't bother them with it. >> do, they're grateful. >> jimmy: everyone other than lauren is grateful. and lauren's friend, stop texting. she gets it. "whiskey cavalier" airs wednesday nights at 10:00, here on abc. we'll be right back. ♪ [cheers and applause] i'll take a coke. is pepsi ok? is pepsi, ok? is pepsi, ok!? [laughter] are puppies, ok? is a shooting star, ok? is the laughter of a small child, ok? pepsi's more than, ok! it's okayyyy
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>> jimmy: welcome back. zlatan ibrahimovi? is on the way. but first, there's a new show that everyone's crazy about. it stars an adorable host who helps people get organized with a little assistance from our friends at the container store. hola. [ speaking in foreign language ]
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♪ >> jimmy: our next guest is one of the most decorated and confident soccer players the world has ever known. like the little red fish, he comes from sweden. his second season with the l.a. galaxy begins saturday vs the chicago fire. please welcome zlatan ibrahimovic. . >> jimmy: good to see you. >> good to see you, too. >> jimmy: you've been here about a year now?
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>> yes. >> jimmy: do you feel like you're home? like you're full of the community? >> i feel like i'm part of the community. >> jimmy: are you buying a house? >> no, we're renting. >> jimmy: is that a sign that you're not going to be staying here long? do you have furniture? >> i have furnitures. but the story is, when we're renting the house and looking, i said to my wife, we can get a house with furnitures, because i don't go out and following you to get the furnitures. and she was like, we have a nice house, but it has no furnitures, and i'm like, then you go to ikea and go to furnitures. and the realtor was like, rich people don't buy furniture at ikea. no. but intelligent people do. >> jimmy: i didn't know that was the right way to pronounce it. we always say ikea. >> i was repeating your word.
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it's ikea. >> jimmy: did you assemble the stuff yourself? >> ah, my wife is good with that. she has a good eye for that. >> jimmy: what was your bet with david beckham. he played for the galaxy and was the previous big star to come over here and play for the glaek a galaxy. and you showed up and you had a bet. >> i said if sweden beats england, i'll go to ikea, and i'll buy whatever i want, but you'll pay for it. and he goes okay, buddy. if england win you come to wimbley stadium in england and you watch a game in an england shirt and eat fish and chips. and i was like, okay. but i lost the bet. and i bring the sweden team, they have to watch me and eat fish and chips. >> jimmy: you will make good on the bet. >> i will do it.
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>> jimmy: when will you do it? do you know? >> as soon as i have time. >> jimmy: so there's no time. >> at the moment, no. >> jimmy: all right. so last year, the galaxy missed the playoffs last year. how do you feel about this season? do you feel better about the team? >> i fieel good. we have new coach, i've been here from day one. i feel ready. i've done the preparation. >> jimmy: i saw that you scored your 500th career goal. >> yes. >> jimmy: can we show that, play that videotape, because this is 500 goals, unbelievable. [ applause ] another angle at this here. that's, a human body is not supposed to go that way. here we go again. was that just reflection? or did you want to make sure number 500 was special? >> i wanted it to be special. that is major stuff.
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>> jimmy: that is major stuff. >> but when you score a goal like that, but it crazy. you get a lot of adrenaline. >> jimmy: i wouldn't know. >> but we were losing the game 3-0, and i scored that goal. if that would be the leading goal i would leave the stadium. because when you score a goal like that, you have nothing to prove anymore. >> jimmy: you're the captain of the team now. >> yes. >> jimmy: what are the responsibilities of the captain? do you have to bring like orange slices to practice? >> not really. i have to keep an eye on all the players because i'm the oldest one. >> jimmy: you do, yeah. >> i feel a lot of responsibility, i feel like it's the boss. >> jimmy: you have a 16 year old teammate. >> yes. >> jimmy: he's from mexico. >> i'm double up from him. >> jimmy: can you imagine playing in l.a. on the galaxy at that age? is it a good idea you think?
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>> for him or for me? >> jimmy: for either one of you. have you taken him under your wing? >> yeah, he's a good guy. he has a great future. great potential. i feel like i'm like a father for him. >> jimmy: if he asked you to buy him beer, would you. >> for him, no. >> jimmy: not for him. >> no. >> jimmy: so you really are a father figure to him. >> yeah, yeah. i'm being an example in the way i think i should be. >> jimmy: you're here in l.a. do you have aspiration to do movies or television or anything like this after career's done? >> i'm a little bit curious out world looks like on that side. i mean, the right place. let's see what happens. >> jimmy: i think you'd be a good bond villain would be a good thing for you. >> i think villain, good guy, whatever, a hero. >> jimmy: can you sing? >> sing? no. >> jimmy: i thought if there was a sequel to "a star is born" you
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could sing. >> i need to be the action guy. jump from buildings and all this crazy thing. >> jimmy: kick people in the head? >> just like a goal. >> jimmy: just like the goal. >> jimmy: zlatan ibrahimovic is here. we'll be right back.
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♪ >> jimmy: welcome back, more with zlatan. the l.a. galaxy play the chicago fire on saturday here at dignity health sports park. you have two boys. i assume they play sports? >> they play football, soccer and tae kwon do. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: so they're doing those kind of kicks, too? are they impressed that their dad is one of the greatest players of all time? >> no. >> jimmy: they're not at all. >> absolutely. when i try to help them, they go, better than you.
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>> jimmy: do they ever beat you like if are you in goal or whatever, are they ever able to score on you? >> they're skillful. >> jimmy: they're skillful, yeah. they will be professionals you think? >> no. i force them to be active and train to get the self-discipline, whatever they want to be, but i believe in training. i don't want them to be lazy people. i want them to be active. >> jimmy: that's what you have to do with boys. >> jimmy: zlatan ibrahimovi?! the l.a. galaxy play the chicago fire on saturday here at dignity health sports park. i'd like to thank ellen pompeo, lauren cohan and apologize to matt damon. nightline is next. thanks for watching. good night! ht!
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