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>> thanks for being here. >> hav >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- brie larson, from "gotham," ben mckenzie, and music from tierra whack, and now, for the most part -- jimmy kimmel! >> jimmy: that's very nice. thank you. thank you. thank you very much. i am jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. i'm glad you did. i'm glad you're here in southern california where on behalf of all of us we're sending warm
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wishes to those of you who are digging your way out of winter storm scott. why they name a scott, i don't know. probably somebody at the weather channel forgot to get their family member a present. when i hear scott, i think of a co-worker who uses the microwave to heat fish. scott isn't a storm name. it's the name of your mom's new boyfriend, not a storm. schools were closed. hundreds of flights were cancelled. about 60,000 homes lost home. thousands of men were forced to masturbate to a catalog. there was a silver lining. that lining is a woman in brooklyn named diane. >> we getting mad because the snow, but it's waked outside. i mean, we are a bunch of weird people. if it was sum and snowing, we, it is winter. >> diane joshua has strong feelings about the snow. >> it's winter. hello. it's winter. hello.
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about three, four weeks ago, it was what? three degrees outside. what -- this is a heat wave. it's winter. i'm not surprised. it's winter. let's work with it. >> jimmy: that's right. it's our democratic front runner for 2020. how about we get rid of the stupid ground hog and have diane from brooklyn day instead. our president kept a crowd busy at cpac. it's basically what would happen if judge jeanine pirro hosted the fyre festival. it's a lot of very angry white people. it's the largest gathering of white people who believe vaccines are witchcraft. donald trump gave what we may look back on as his i have a dream speech. he went -- you could have left his speech, watched two episodes of "game of thrones," come back
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ever done. we're going to go into his finances. we're going to check his you pug people in a couple of positions, and they leave people for long time that shouldn't be there, and all of a sudden they're trying to take you out with bull [ bleep ], okay? just [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: oh, he told jokes and played characters and cursed. all he needs is stories about growing up in the old neighborhood. there could be a broadway show. it was a potent combination of dementia and adderall. he threw a lot out there during this two-hour, yell-a-bration we slowed it down for drunk donald trump. >> russia, please, if you can, get us hillary clinton's
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e-mails, please, russia, please. ♪ >> jimmy: someone might want to take his keys to the country away. and while trump was the main event at cpac, his personal assistant mike pence was there too, firing the crowd up with his favorite subject, battle ready astronauts. >> before the year is out, president trump will launch the sixth branch of armed forces, the united states space force. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: mother will wipe that nose off for him later, i'm sure. believe it or not the president wasn't the nuttiest speaker at cpac. this conservative political action conference, it's not conservative. there's no action. they really should call it what it is. it's an organized gathering of people who would be comfortable
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at intersections shouting at cars. >> i want to know who's a pedophile. >> we are all developmentally disabled in god's eyes. >> and yes, i'm looking at you, the ghost of john mccain. >> i'm sorry, miss nancy, he didn't ask you for a blank check. >> no, he didn't. >> you just let alexandria ocasio-cortez show up at my house and try to take my cows away. >> i love cows, jerry, they're delicious. >> they're trying to get rid of all the cows. >> they want to take away your hamburgers. >> farting cows. >> that's because cows fart. ♪ and the home of the brave >> jimmy: you know what? moo to you guys, too. in the house of representatives, the judiciary committee announced they're launching an investigation into the
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president's campaign, businesses, transition team and administration. the committee is requesting documents from 81 businesses including his sons d.j., t.j., and a man known as matthew cal marry. who is rumored to be deep fried with a side of cocktail sauce. on top of that there's a new bomb shell report from the new yorker. this is -- this alleged among other things the president ordered gary cohn to force he wanted to punish cnn which is owned by time warner. because he wanted to punish cnn, which is owned by time-warner. that seems like a reasonable exercise of executive authority. just using my presidential powers to squish a business i don't like. the new yorker piece sheds light on trump's relationship with fox. i'm glad you're sitting down. this is going to rock you potentially to your core. it would appear that fox news may have given donald trump preferential treatment. i know. i know.
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the article says that during the campaign a reporter at fox news got proof of his affair with stormy daniels and was ready to run it but one of the editors nixed the story and said rupert was him this so they h t history and made a nondisclosure agreement with the reporter to keep it quiet. the new yorker hit a home run. trump ranks the fox news hosts based on who is the fox and friendliest to him. they get a number. sean hannity is a ten. 11 if he's wearing heels. brett baier gets a a a a a a a a but steve doocy from "fox and
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friends" gets a 12. i bet steve said i will never need viagra again. he's ranked a 12. he did briefly drop to an 8 when he dared the president to stare into the solar eclipse. they said he got a heads up on questions before the debate. he was supposedly tipped off to a question they were planning to ask during one of the primary debates. remember when trump attacked hillary for getting questions early for a town hall? basically everything trump has accused her of doing, he turns out to have done himself. i wouldn't be surprised if we found out that he had sex with bill clinton. i really wouldn't. in other reality show news. this is the important stuff. earlier tonight on abc, you guys don't know this, but those watching at home know this is one of the great bachelor episodes of all times. a masterpiece. truly. tonight colten, our 27-year-old virgin visited the infamous fantasy suite. the first visit went to tasha. that appeared to get off to a strong start. >> should you forego your individual rooms, please use this key to stay as a couple in the fantasy suite. chris harrison. >> so -- you want to get out of here and go to the fantasy
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suite? >> i'd love to. >> all right. >> jimmy: all right. get ready an evening of no sex and mini bar m&ms. they go to the fantasy suite. these bachelor producers, i don't know if they plan this or the gods of carbonation smiled on them. either way, this was a great, great moment in bachelor history.owre >> damn. >> jimmy: come on. there's no -- you know that a minute before that scene there was a producer going -- so then they close the door, and the next morning, watch her expression. it kind of tells you all you need to know about how the night went. >> good morning. >> good morning.
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>> how are you? >> i'm tired as hell. last night was good. >> i enjoyed spending time with you. >> i enjoyed having our conversation. it was nice to have private moments. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> still a virgin, i guess. now, colten's second date was with my pick to win it all, cassie. that's when things took an unexpected turn. last week he asked cassie's dad for his blessing. where i, which he did not get. he didn't get it. her dad didn't think it was smart to rush into it. colten tells cassie your father said no, and she didn't know her father said no. she was upset. i guess her father's opinion means a lot to her. knowing there was drama to be had, they fly cassie's dad there to surprise her. he shows up at her hotel room. they have a chat. she decided the best thing to do
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was to send herself home. does anyone other than me care about that? okay. all right. so she tells all this to colten who did something that i don't think you're even legally allowed to do on this show. he said i don't care about this. you're the one i want to be this. the two-part finale isn't until next week. he told her enough with this, i'm picking you -- [ gasping ] >> jimmy: that's how i felt about it. and if you feel like you feel that way, imagine how spleas >> he showed up at my hotel room earlier. >> today? >> yeah. >> i wish i knew. >> it's okay not to know. >> you should know. >> like, two weeks, like next week. >> forget the two weeks. >> no, no.
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what's he doing? >> i want it to be you at the end of this. and it's not easy going through and going on other dates with other women when all i do is think about you. >> bye. >> i love you. >> okay. all right. >> he did not just say that. >> great. because that's -- that's the show. >> i love you? really? i love you? >> what am i going to do for two weeks? [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: and then colten jumped over the wall and -- all right. we got a great show for you tonight. we have music from tierra whack, ben mckenzie is here, and we'll be right back with captain marvel herself, brie larson. ♪ abc's jimmy kimmel live,
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♪ >> jimmy: tonight, from "gotham" on fox, ben mckenzie is here. he plays soon-to-be commissioner gordon. buckle up nerds, tonight, captain marvel and commissioner gordon are here. then, she is the apple music's up next artist of the month. her album is called "whack world." tierra whack from the mercedes-benz stage. tomorrow night, samuel l. jackson will be here. robin tunney will join us. we'll have music from x ambassadors. and later this week, chris pratt, kate beckinsale, gemma chan, jason george, with music from sam fender and david gray. please join us for all that. our first guest is a movie star, an oscar winner and a soft and delicious french cheese.
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her new movie "captain marvel" opens friday. please say hello to brie larson. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. thank you. >> jimmy: how you doing? >> i'm chill. >> jimmy: wow, you're a captain now. i feel like the first time i met you you weren't captain, and now you're the captain. >> i was always the captain, yo. yeah. >> jimmy: i know the premier is across the street. did it ever cross your mind, maybe i'll wear the costume to this thing, the outfit? >> have you considered maybe you should wear the costume? >> jimmy: i would love to. i don't know that i'll fit in the costume, but it's worth a try. >> what do you think, guys? should jimmy go across the stet? [ cheers and applause ]
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>> wow. i feel like that's a legal contract. i've heard when audiences cheer, it means that's a signed contract. >> jimmy: well, yes, it is a verbal contract. if you have the costume, i would consider wearing the costume if i can get everything into it, you know what i'm saying? >> it's just someone out there has got this. >> jimmy: how long ago was it that you first agreed to play captain marvel? >> i think it was at least three years ago. >> jimmy: a long time. now to see the movie with an audience, i would imagine there's something satisfying about that? >> i'm just relieved i haven't spoiled it yet. >> jimmy: have you been nervous? >> yes. i was scared. i wasn't allowed to tell anyone i was playing captain marvel for a year. >> jimmy: a year? >> yes. >> jimmy: did you tell anybody? >> no. are you kidding me? i was so scared. >> jimmy: what do you think they would really do? beforehand they could fire you, but once you start shooting, that's it. they're going to be mad, but
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it's not like they're going to take your action figure away. >> i know. sam brought that up. i told him i'm so stressed. he was like what are they going to do fire you now right before the premiere? you're fine, but i'm like oh, no. i hate getting in trouble. i don't want to get in trouble. >> jimmy: you and sam jackson have been traveling all over the world together. >> yes. >> jimmy: i would imagine that's fun. >> it's the best. between filming kong, the press tour for that, this movie and the press tour for in, he is the person i have traveled with more than any person in my life. >> jimmy: have you become actual friends? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you never know with people. >> oh, no, our love is real. >> jimmy: is it? >> yeah. no, he can't fake that stuff. >> jimmy: the do you text each other? >> of course. >> jimmy: do you have code words you share? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: you do? >> yeah. we've gotten into this because in the film there are scrolls. part of how you know if someone is a scroll, you ask them
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personal questions. we've been rolling deep with that. there's things only we know. >> jimmy: and they have to be from way back? >> yeah. they deal mostly with people we hate. >> jimmy: is that right? i won't even ask you who those people are. there are people you mutually hate? >> of course. >> jimmy: that would mean because i am a detective, i am going to say you know those people from the movie king kong? >> we've done three movies together. there's a lot of people to hate in three movies. >> jimmy: i don't think this is the message marvel wants to spread to children. >> if it helps you from detecting a scroll, i mean, i think that's helpful. >> jimmy: that's true if the fate is on the line. >> of course. the human race is on the line. it's okay. >> jimmy: so you and sam are friends. it bums me out a little. >> why? because you thought we were really close? you can have more than one best friend. >> jimmy: well, not exactly, but yes, i would like to also be your best friend, but i am
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obsessed with the trips to italy that magic johnson and sam jackson take together. >> okay. wait. you know about that? >> jimmy: they post it on >> i know. dude, i've been trying to get myself on that trip for five years. >> jimmy: me too. >> i've never been invited. >> jimmy: i've asked magic ten times, sam six times. they always laugh and then there's no followup. >> i've had the same experience. i'm like what have i got to do. >> jimmy: i even know how i imagined it would be. put it up there. this is what i imagined. they go around eating ice cream everywhere. we all have a plaid thing going. >> did you photo shop me in one? >> jimmy: now it seems like -- >> there we go. look at that. >> jimmy: i like it the other way better. have you really asked if you could come on the trip? >> are you kidding me? i know i'm not supposed to text him but i do anyway because --
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>> jimmy: he wants no texts during the month? >> it's his no work time. it's like don't mess around time. >> jimmy: and he considers texting with you to be work? >> well, apparently. ouch. ouch. >> jimmy: you play an air force pilot. >> i do. >> jimmy: part of what you play is an air force pilot. we have some actual air force pilots here with us in the audience tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: you don't really know how to fly a plane, do you? >> i don't, but i learned how to pretend from these ladies. i spent time with them. it makes me emotional to see you. thank you for coming. >> jimmy: they're coming to the premier tonight. did they screw with you? >> of course. yeah. they were super nice, but there is a lot of sense of humor in the air force, and one thing because i was up in the plane, i was like am i going to puke? they're like 50/50. doarri nht
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if youel mething, then i want to do it. all i wanted was a margarita. i didn't have it. i went up and we simulated a dog fight. we were doing crazy things. i puked the entire time. >> jimmy: did you? >> 100% of the time. the whole time i was like they said 50/50. this feels like 100%. and i got back down on the ground and i was like trying to eat a pretzel. and they were like oh, how did it go? i was like i puked the whole time. like yeah, there was no chance you weren't going to puke. you were simulated a dog fight. i was like what? just let me have my margarita? what's wrong with you. it's how i got a call sign on that trip, sparrow. >> jimmy: why? >> i can't tell you. >> jimmy: why not? >> it's an air force rule. you have to take me out for a beer first. >> jimmy: oh, you have to be in the pretend air force.
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is that part of the thing? >> i really am in the air force. >> jimmy: do they call you sparrow because birds regurgitate their good? >> each letter stands for something, but i can't tell you. >> jimmy: is it spelled correctly? sparrow. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm going to figure it out during the break. i'm going to decode it during the break. we'll be right back. ♪ ♪
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>> you wouldn't happen to know how these things come off, would you? no? fine. >> jimmy: brie larson, shouting at scrolls and beating them senseless. in captain marvel, by the way, i figured out out. i really did just write this down. sparrow, your call sign stands for she puked all rigatoni ravioli on wendy. is that it? otone.edf you wendy? >> no. >> jimmy: how about that? that was disappointing. >> you let me down. >> jimmy: besides not learning how to fly a plane, were there any things you learned that we would be surprised you had to learn to play a role like this? >> tons of things. i trained for nine months and
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got super strong. you have to learn how to make a cool face. >> jimmy: someone teaches you that? >> yeah. they usually are laughing at you while you're trying to find it. it's hard. at least it was for me. i would bust up laughing. when i look at posters with my flaming hair, it cracks me up. i know where i started which was like that scene in particular if you've seen the trailer, i'm going to stand up, camera. that seen in particular where it's like my hair is on fire and it's this cool thing? allow me to show you my first attempt at it. [ laughter ] >> luckily i had a team you turn around, bend your knees, clench your fists, take a step forward.
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please, try. >> jimmy: you want to get up and try? >> yeah. let's try stance work. >> jimmy: try to do it in a cool way? >> if you're your own super hero. feel yourself. feel your body. >> jimmy: i don't think i can feel myself on television. it's illegal. >> thank you for that. can you give him cool music? at least give him that. yeah. ♪ immy: was that good? i'm like a sexy superhero. my power is the power of erotic persuasion. look at guillermo. he's practically melting? >> whatever makes you feel it, dude. >> jimmy: that's a good superhero tip. do they teach everyone that? >> probably just me because i was bad at it. >> jimmy: you're good at it now, that's all that matters. congratulations on the big movie and being captain marvel. brie larson, captain marvel
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♪ >> jimmy: you know our next guest as pre-police commissioner gordon, who, after five years, will finally see bruce wayne blossom into batman on "gotham"" the fifth and final season airs thursday nights on fox. please welcome ben mckenzie. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you have a pocket square going and everything. >> i do this all myself. >> jimmy: do you? >> no. >> jimmy: would you blow your nose on this, or is that against your rules? >> i would blow my own nose on this.: do you live in new
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york? >> we do, yeah. i lived here for 13 years, i think. we ran into each other. >> jimmy: yeah, at the gas station once. i'll never forget it. i don't know why. >> it was such -- >> jimmy: i'll be honest, when i would watch you on the show, there's always something i liked about you, and then we ran into each other at the gas station and looked at each other and kind of went like, hey, and you were like hey, and that was the end of it. >> and that's l.a. in a nutshell. >> jimmy: thinking of optioning it into a movie. now that you're there, do you -- especially right now when it's cold in new york, do you miss being out here at all? >> no. >> jimmy: you don't? >> no. it's snowing in new york or was snowing yesterday when i left. that i miss. i miss the weather. >> jimmy: how old were you when you first moved to l.a.? >> i was 23 years old. >> jimmy: from texas originally? >> from austin. >> jimmy: 23. did you move out here for the oc? >> no. i had nothing.
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nothing. i bought -- the first car i bought, i moved out here with no car which is not going to work. you need a car. there's no uber back then. i bought a 1986 cadillac deville. it was 1986. it was in 2003. >> jimmy: it was 17 years old then. >> 17 years old then and had 228,000 miles on it. i bought it for $500. >> jimmy: still seems like too much. >> well, that did not include the $100 i had to slip the guy to pass the smog inspection. it was never going to pass. >> jimmy: you can do that. i didn't know that. interesting. >> it was a mess. no radiator. car would overheat if i wanted to get to an audition. i was in the valley, sleeping on a friend's floor. i'd have to leave for santa monica, two, three hours. >> jimmy: did you have that car when you started the oc?
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>> yeah. >> jimmy: you did? >> i did. >> jimmy: did people make fun of you? >> they did. the producers got me a rental car to drive to the pilot because they were worried that that thing was going -- we were somewhere, they were worried it was going to die on the pilot. so they rented me a car and then when the series was picked up, i bought a new car. >> jimmy: and now you're a dad with probably car seats in the back of your car? >> we have two -- i believe we have five car seats total in our house. it's crazy. we only have two kids. >> jimmy: why because of cabs? >> because of cabs and you travel and they grow out of them, and i don't know. i'm not a wife. >> jimmy: and the car seat is a nightmarish device. it is. it's like a whole thing you are sweating and cursing. >> when you travel and ask the car company to do it, they won't. they won't put it in. >> jimmy: you got to put it in yourself. >> make us responsible. >> jimmy: liability, and they give you the cheapest, crappiest car seat.
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ectric car in the 90s. yes. this bit is going over big. they love it. >> jimmy: it's not -- you know what? not too many people appreciate it, but the ones who do really will. yes. well, i don't know if you're aware of this, but your wife is from "deadpool" and a bunch of different things. >> run that photo up there with no context, that needs to be explained. our daughter's third birthday was on thursday. the theme was babies. >> jimmy: you guys don't usually wear diapers? >> look. there's daylight and nighttime hours. what happens after the kids go to sleep -- so we thought it would be cute if the adults wore diapers. i would answer t party wearing a diaper. the kids f they were literally terrified. >> jimmy: once you hit three years old, diapers are, then you're a baby. you don't want any part of diapers.
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>> no, but there's a grown man. >> jimmy: that's weird too. >> as an adult, birthday parties are unpleasant enough to go to, and then you're forcing people to put on diapers. who went and bought the diapers? you did? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you went to the store and got a bunch of diapers and you're like, you have a grandfather at home or what? >> i wore a baseball hat, and i tried to do this as quickly as possible. >> jimmy: that would have been -- where's tmz when you need them? >> i know. >> jimmy: and you're walking with a giant case of depends. >> yes. >> jimmy: so you wrote this episode of gotham. right? >> i did. i started writing on the show last year. i wrote the one that airs this week. >> jimmy: how strict is it? do you have a lot of creative control or is there a real tight framework within which you have to work? >> the story is broken by the room. we sit in a room, the writers, and we work on the story together. and then you're off to your own devices.
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>> jimmy: and you flesh it out? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you couldn't write gordon goes to hawaii in this one? >> it's funny you should mention that. >> jimmy: that would be shot down, wouldn't it? >> yeah. no. you're a little bit of a tight rope there. >> jimmy: this is the final season of the show. this is -- you guys waited five seasons for batman to become batman. he's just been a guy. and now he's going to be batman. >> it's really going to pay off now. we finally built it up long enough. >> jimmy: how long is he going to be batman? just the last episode? >> minutes. i mean, a long, long time. >> jimmy: is that right? >> i can't reveal that. >> jimmy: you can't say? >> no. >> jimmy: but it could be early in the season? >> well, we're on episode of 9 of 12 this week. not that early as you know because you watch it. >> jimmy: maybe there's a batman in the show i would watch it. but batman, my gosh, what's going on? batman is angry. oh, that's the -- those are the fighter jets for the captain marvel premier.
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they're flying jets over the thing. see that? >> terrifying. >> jimmy: marvel just screwed with d.c. in a huge way. >> yeah. now they're just messing with us. they're just showing off at this point. fly fighter jets over his live interview. >> jimmy: will commissioner gordon become the commissioner? >> oh, yeah. with a. >> jimmy: with a mustache and everything. the first commissioner in the tv show did not have a mustache. >> correct. >> jimmy: in the comic, though, which is what we base everything on, there was a mustache. >> yes. >> jimmy: will you grow your own mustache or you probably shot this already. >> i had two days to grow it. >> jimmy: and? >> and what? what do you think? and i grow it in two days. >> jimmy: and you failed? >> and they stuck a thing on me, and it looks great.
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>> jimmy: where is that mustache? did you save it for posterity.p. >> oh, yes. it's going to be with the diapers. >> jimmy: it's great to see you. please give your wife my best and the people at the diaper store too. >> thank you. >> jimmy: ben mckenzie. "gotham" airs thursdays at 8:00 p.m. on fox. and we'll return with music from tierra whack. ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live concert series" is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. so you can say yes to the biggest selection of the season. event is here-finally! yes! seriously, 20 to 60 percent off department store prices! more new dresses means more reasons to say yes.
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♪ might not reall ♪ you ain't never think about nobody but yourself selfish might not really care ♪ ♪ wait until you're gonna need my help helpless you must be the ♪ ♪ only child because you're so stingy i just wanna go buck wild when you don't defend me ♪ ♪ i been on the -- prowl i been countin' benjis you done turned my heart so cold ♪ ♪ i should work at friendly's ain't she sweet darlin' darlin' ♪ ♪ i've been prayin' for you for darlin' ♪ ♪ i've been prayin' for you for you for you for you ♪ calling on god for you. ♪ you forget about me about me
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about me ♪ ♪ what about me ♪ you can't seem how to ♪ ♪ used to be ♪ you must be the only child because you're so stingy ♪ ♪ i just want to go buck wild when you don't defend me ♪ ♪ i been on the ♪ i been counting benjis ♪ done turned my heart so cold i should work at friendlies ♪ ♪ darling darling i've been praying for you for you ♪ ♪ for you ♪ you ain't never think about
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nobody but yourself ♪ ♪ i really care when you need my help ♪ ♪ you ain't ever thinking about nobody but yourself ♪ ♪ man i really care until do you go and need my help ♪ when i swear seems suspicious ♪ lying through your teeth so i don't rush to give you kisses ♪ sick of this ♪ ♪ hypocrite punch you in your lip ♪ used to arch my back for you and now i'm your arch nemesis ♪ ♪ i don't want to work it out ♪ i'm elitist, don't believe me i was make believing ♪ ♪ it was only one season ♪ you should stop breathing ♪ you must be the only child because you're so stingy ♪
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♪ i just want to buck wild when you don't defend me ♪ ♪ i been on the prowl ♪ i been counting benjis ♪ you done turned my heart so cold i should work at friendlies ♪ ♪ darling darling i been praying for you ♪ for you ♪ for you ♪ ♪ i be praying for you ♪ darling darling i been calling on god for you ♪ for you ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh, ooh [cheers and applause] ]
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