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on "jimmy kimmel live," david harbor. . >> dicky: from hollywood, it's jimmy kimmel live. tonight, david harbour, "science bob" pflugfelder, and . for now, nobody move, jimmy kimmel! >> jimmy: hi, everyone. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. thank you for joining us. we're in hollywood, we're right in the ankle of the state of california. we're, believe it or not, progress is being made here in
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california. this is a cause that has long been dear to my heart. it's something i've spoken about many times, and that cause is excessively long drugstore receipts. that's right, cvs, i'm talking to you. i believe a receipt for a pack of gum should not be long enough to ride space mountain. there's an assemblyman named phil ting from san francisco introducing bill, i will call it phil's bill. it would require businesses to provide electronic receipts unless you specifically ask for a paper receipt. [ applause ] now you won't have these, now all you have to do is give the kid with the nose ring at hot topic your e-mail address and you're fine. unfortunately, the paper companies are fighting this. because of course they are. whenever you try to do something good, someone is against it. they said the united states only
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uses 180,000 tons of paper a year for receipts, which is what they said is not very much. 180,000 tons sounds like i definitely wouldn't want to carry it up a hill. and if it's not very much, why do you care? if it only makes a small difference, it's not worth doing. you could say the same thing about putting sun block on your baby. it's worth doing. i have another idea. they could make the receipts a normal size. and everyone would be happy, but i like this instead. guillermo, you had a busy weekend this weekend, tell everyone where you were on saturday. >> i went to a soccer game! >> jimmy: played salt lake city on saturday and guess who wound up in the broadcast booth. >> we get guillermo! >> that's right, yeah. >> why not, why not. how many games you have been to guillermo? >> second game, and i like it a
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lot. >> see if you can call it. >> he make as corner kick in favor of lafc and in the box about to score again! [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: impressive. how did this happen? was it a plan? did you know you were going to do this? >> no, my friend works there. >> jimmy: and they pulled you into the booth? >> yeah, he sent me a text. come down, i want you to say hi to the people. >> jimmy: well, he did say hi to the people and it even got less coherent from there. >> here comes bella, bella is going to haveine. here comes a kourncorner kick, wow! defender block it. >> hey, good eye! >> jimmy: first time i've ever been able to actually hear
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tequila. did you know you were speaking into a microphone? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. well, congratulations. >> thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: i've been dabbling in sports a little bit myself. i'm involved in an effort to blow the lid off an elaborate hoax known as gonzaga. if you don't know, it's a made-up university. i've seen no proof that it exists, and finally we're starting to talk about it. it's centered in the iron part of washington state. that's where they claim it is. and the more i dig in the more they dig in. they're selling shirts now that say "gonzaga exists." in spokane. [ applause ] listen, they sell shirts that say "jurassic park", too. dinosaurs exist. they started a fake school, recruited a basketball team. they have a mascot, a band, cheerleaders. it makes no sense at all.
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[cheers and applause] oh, oh. i'm >> hello, jimmy kimmel. >> jimmy: hello. it's spike, right? spike, the gonzaga mascot. spike, four thor those of you w don't know is the generic bulldog mascot every other college in the united states has. what are you doing here? >> they sent me here to kill you. but i'm not going to. >> jimmy: okay. >> because you're the only one speaking the truth. >> jimmy: oh, i am? >> yes, yes, yes. gonzaga is fake. i'm the realest thing about this school, and i'm a guy dressed like a dog! >> jimmy: if you know it's fake, why are you still their mascot? >> do you think i chose this? >> jimmy: i don't know. >> 20 years ago, i made the mistake of questioning whether gonzaga exists. they shot me with a dart and sewed me into this kcostume.
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i have a wife. >> jimmy: oh. >> carol, carol, if you're watching, i miss you. >> jimmy: hold on. forget carol, we should report this to the police. >> you naïve son of a bitch! the police are in on it. the police, the fbi. >> jimmy: oh, my god. this goes much deeper than i imagine. >> yeah, yeah. and the basketball players, they're not human. they're lizard people being controlled by the illuminati. >> jimmy: now that seems a little too far-fetched for me. >> a little far-fetched. have you ever played fetch? >> jimmy: no. >> well, i have, because they turned me into a [ bleep ] dog! >> jimmy: okay. calm down, spike. i know. i can see, you're a dog. but calm down. everything's going to be fine. >> i'm sorry. i'm just scared. they chopped my balls off. they called it neutered. >> jimmy: well, dogs, they do do that. >> spike, spike, come. we've got snausages.
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>> oh, no, no, no. >> jimmy: who are they? >> they're nobody. it's all a lie, it's a lie. resist, resist! >> jimmy: oh, that's -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: bad the sweet 16 is playing in anaheim this week. i might need you to go down there and check this out to get to the bottom of it. >> whatever you say, boss. >> jimmy: team trump is basking in the glow of the long-awaited mueller report. they're trying to exact revenge anyway they can. they sent out a black list asking producers not to put a number of people on air. it is such a trumpy thing to do.
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the worst thing could you do to people is keep them off television. they wrote, you should begin by asking the basic question, does this guest warrant further appearances in our programming, given the outrageous and unsupported claims made in the past. outrageous. this is from the people who insisted that this crowd was bigger than this crowd. and the saying, and then you have -- [ applause ] the official white house spokesperson, sarah huck-a-billy sanders who tweeted, which of the real historically angry trump haters got it more historically wrong. and there's a bracket of people who have been critical of trump. they set it up like a ncaa thing. rachel maddow and alec baldwin got the top spot. i should be able to beat the tv
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producer, right? but it is amazing that she has time for this in the middle of a national emergency down at the border. poor sarah sanders. she's probably just a nice, dumb lady who is the only one who would take this job. she has to constantly defend nonsense and now she finally has a chance to fire back, and this is how she does it with a whacky mueller madness bracket. as the president would say, "sad." [ applause ] all his hench men have been on a no-collusion collusion tour. rudy giuliani was often cnn. >> you have tortured this man for two years with collusion, and nobody has apologized. apologize. >> not a chance. >> for the overaction of collusion. >> not a chance. you know better than that. >> no, i don't know better.
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i am outraged by the behavior of these networks. collusion, collusion, collusion, collusion, collusion, collusion, no collusion. >> here's my -- >> apologize. >> never. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you know, if you shout the word "collusion" into a tv camera seven times in a row your teeth turn into baked beans? even djtj himself came out of his tree stand to gloat with assist from tucker carlson last night. >> i love this country and everything it stands for. and the difference between me, amazingly enough as the son of a billionaire from new york city, unlike the democrats, i actually spend a lot of time in middle america, whether it be the hobbies in the outdoors and shooting and fishing, i know those people. guess how many of them have asked about russia. zero. >> jimmy: look at tucker. he's hypnotized by that tie. and by the way, if you had no
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dealings with russia, thrown why are you starting to look like y yakov smirnoff. now we fight back. get your limited-edition witch hunt merchandise while supplies last. i guess my christmas shopping is done. this is a shirt they're selling, a tweet shirt that they found no collusion or graphic designers. is it still a witch-hunt if it ends like this? and by the way, i was perusing the site. there is another shirt they're selling, god's honest truth. they're selling a lgbtq for trump. i wonder why it's marked down? check it out. they have some great stuff. [ applause ] the shirts have three sleeves and no neck hole in them. meanwhile, with all trumpers running around popping corks, this is what mike pence is up
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to. >> in the war the fighting domain of space, this year working with the congress, we will establish the sixth branch of our armed forces, the united states space force. >> jimmy: still plugging that space force. poor mike pence. he probably thought he'd be president by now. instead, he's arranging a meeting with jesus on the moon. prosecutors in cook county have dropped all charges against actor jussie smollett, he was facing 16 counts of disorder loi conduct for allegedly staging a hated crime against himself. police became suspicious when the alleged attackers claimed they went to gonzaga university. and all charges today were dropped. the mayor of chicago, rahm emmanuel and the police superintendent are furious. the mayor says this is a whitewash of justice.
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that's how it's going. everybody we think committed crimes, didn't. r. quelkelly and felicity huffm you're f you're free to go. pope francis had a meet and greet in laredo, italy, during which, many people lined up to kiss his ring. and after about ten minutes of ring-kissing ring-kissing the pope had had enough. [ the pope said nope.
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♪ >> jimmy: hi there, welcome back to the show.
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he is a man of mystery and science, primarily science, he is the bob who is more explosive than mueller, "science bob" pflugfelder is with us. and this is a sort of thine in . this is what we have to look forward to tonight, all manner of scientific novelties. that's right. he put a cloud right here in our studio. then their forthcoming album, a, rodrigo y gabriela is with us. tomorrow night, matthew mcconaughey and snoop doggy dog will be here. and on thursday, collin ferrell and music from billy > our first guest is the half-demon "hell boy."
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please say hello to david harbour. ♪ [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: how's it goin'? >> good. thank you. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: they're excited that you're here. you look very snazzy. >> thank you, thank you. yeah. last time i was here, i was in a, last time i was here i was in a plaid shirt or something. >> jimmy: yeah, you looked like the brawny paper towel guy. >> i had to step it up a little bit. this guy, siphonelli makes these suits for me. >> jimmy: siphonelli. >> anybody with
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end of their name. >> jimmy: hey, is that a siphonelli? >> i went in for an awkward suit. i love this suit. look at these lapels, they're like. >> jimmy: the fabric is quite rich. >> we were shaking hands, i got so excited. i was like, hour lorenzo, i juse the suit. and as i was going in i knew it was bad. i had that moment, but i pushed past. i was like, it's going to be fine. i had confidence. and he took it like a wet fish sort of. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah, and just went limp, as i, this large, american man came in and hugged him. and i knew it was wrong, and i went out. we shaked, and i left. and the whole rest of the trip
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in paris, i just had an entire about five hours afterwards where i just was like, i shouldn't have hugged him. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, he's italian, you should be able to kiss him if you wanted to. >> thank you. >> jimmy: yeah, that's not usual. >> thank you. >> jimmy: maybe he didn't want to wreck the fabric. >> we both would have been wrong. >> jimmy: i don't think i would have hugged him anyway. i would have said great suit, a little thumbs up or fist bump. >> you're a smarter guy. i shouldn't have hugged him. should i? i shouldn't have hugged him. >> jimmy: are you that type where you obsess over things like that? >> oh, yeah, yeah. especially socially awkward things. >> jimmy: do you plan ahead? do you imagine a simple interaction? >> sometimes. but it never works out. >> jimmy: it doesn't? >> and it always seems to be lacking. this is the story of my life.
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social interactions falling short. >> jimmy: maybe this is why you do this on twitter. i think the last time you were here you went on twitter and said i'm going to take somebody's high school photo with them. and people retweeted and eventually you picked one person and you really did. where did you go to take the senior photo? >> we set up a sort of fake studio in the netflix offices. >> jimmy: you didn't have to go to their town? >> no, that would have been amazing. i don't think you can waltz into a high school photo session. jo >> jimmy: you can. >> i don't think you can. >> jimmy: if you are wearing a siphonelli, you can. then you said you would get ordained and marry a couple on twitter and people said we'd love to you marry us and you married some people. >> yes. >> jimmy: this is not the netflix office, is it? >> wow.
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no. no. that is, that is -- >> jimmy: it does look like mall security had to intervene. >> i looked really happy there, too. >> jimmy: did you prom toise to wear your "stranger things" costume? >> no, that was a surprise. especially to the costume designer of "stranger things." you see the pose? >> jimmy: yeah. >> that's the official -- >> jimmy: the official wedding pose and penalty pose for soccer so you don't get hit in the nuts. did you go on the honeymoon with the couple? >> yeah, showed up in the bahamas a couple days later, like this is never going to end. >> jimmy: you posted photos from india, was that just for fun
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other a bus so or a business sort of thing? >> we went to thailand, and we supposed to come back and my girlfriend was like let's go to india. and i was immediately like that's the worst idea. india's so crowded. >> jimmy: you have that image. >> lots of yogis running around. >> jimmy: crazed monkeys. >> yeah, and it was all of those things, and it was like amazing. it was the opposite, my expectations were correct on the outside but underneath it was a life-changing experience. you have been to india? >> jimmy: no. no. >> nothing in your conscious mind tells you to go, right? >> jimmy: it's just too far, but i would go there, i'd like to see what's going on over there. >> it's incredible. the people are really beautiful. it feels like they're lit from the inside. >> jimmy: i am afraid of animals, though, and that is one thing that makes me scared of going to india. >> there are some serious monkeys there. >> jimmy: and they don't mess with them at all.
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they're like monkeys u y, you d whatever you like. >> there were these guys who walked around with sticks who were like monkey police. >> jimmy: they were humans? >> no, they were guys, they were gentlemen. >> jimmy: after the show, if there were monkeys in police uniforms. i would be flying there right now. [ applause ] what did they do? did they hit the monkeys with the sticks? >> no, they just hit things around the monkeys, because monkeys are very aggressive. we were at a cafe on this veranda, and there were trees all out. and you're sitting there drinking coffee, and there'd be a monkey like 70 feet away out in the trees. and you'd be like that's adore -- and as you're saying that's adorable, it starts hurtling toward you at an incredible speed. gets onto the table and grabs the sugar packets from the
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coffee holder thing and goes out into the woods. and they're amazing. they left behind the sweet and low and stevia and took the white sugar and brown sugar. no joke. ripping them open and eating them like fun dip. >> jimmy: my kids do that. >> and looking meet like i was an idiot. >> jimmy: when we come back we'll see a clip from "hell boy." >> dicky: portions of jimmy kimmel live are brought to you by zillow. find your way home. our way home. ng the dream ♪ ♪ and here comes the wacky new maid ♪ -maid? uh, i'm not the... -♪ is she an alien, is she a spy? ♪ ♪ she's always here, someone tell us why ♪ -♪ why, oh, why -♪ she's not the maid we wanted ♪ -because i'm not the maid! -♪ but she's the maid we got -again, i'm not the maid. i protect your home and auto. -hey, campbells. who's your new maid?
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i know you're upset about agent ruiz. the job didn't kill him. >> i did. and i buried him just to make it proper. >> you've become unholy, a creature of darkness beyond salvation. >> we don't just deserve a little horn shake now and then? if my faith could talk, it would disagree with you. >> i think it's a beautiful face. >> jimmy: that is "hell boy." david harbour. "hell boy", the original, is it intimidating to step into a
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movie like this? >> there are two movies that have gone before, you know, the story, the first one clearly was with barbra streisand and kris christopherson and the lady gaga and bradley cooper version. >> jimmy: that's a different franchise. >> hell boy's the one working aa the cakaraoke bar. >> jimmy: no. no. >> heshe's star and she sees th talent. >> jimmy: those sugar packets in india may have done something to your psyche. you shot this move knie in bulg. what was that like? >> we out in studio and also in the fields of bulgaria, and there's a lot of -- they don't have monkeys, but they have lots of, you know, creatures and
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things like -- >> jimmy: like what? >> well, i had a situation where we were on a, i was shooting. if you see the footage there, i have the huge hell boy suit, and i'm, you know, hourns and completely red. and i hear these people say get out of the way, get out of way. and i looked down the bridge, and there's a 4,000-pound bull careening down the bridge right directly at me, and it stops about, i don't know, 15 feet in front of me and looks at me. and i swear to god i saw in its eyes like, "you shaved your horns, pal"? and it like went, and sort of pawing the ground and like -- >> jimmy: like the cartoons.
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>> and i was in red. >> jimmy: the color of the -- >> exactly, and going like i'm going to die in a hell boy costume in the middle of bulgaria, and there were these enormous bulgarian stunt men who are like, "you should get in the tent", and i got in the tent at that point. >> jimmy: always good advice to get in the tent. good to see you. itto it opens on april 12th. we'll be back with "science bob" pflugfelder. pflugfelder. much you care about freshness, quality and value. we want your sandwiches to arrive freaky fast®, so they're freaky fresh®. that's why we only deliver within 5 minutes of our stores and not... and not farther. ...he's new. if you're in the zone or in the store, you can get a freaky fresh® sandwich.
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experiment. really easy. you need three things, a fan, standard old fan. >> jimmy: have one of those. >> you do need to remove the front, which is basically removing all the safety features of the fan. keep that in mind. we need toilet paper. >> jimmy: have that. >> and tape. we're going to bring this around on the floor. it's a little easier on the floor. we're going to face that straight up. and i'm going to have you come over here. >> jimmy: all right. >> i'm going to give you one end of the toilet paper and gently pull out about 15 feet of this. >> jimmy: all right. this is a big step in our relationship, bob. >> there you go. >> jimmy: yeah, that's about how much i use. >> i'm going to have you, it's easiest if this is up higher. just hold it so it's off the ground and maybe even above your head a little bit. >> jimmy: all righty. >> and then i'm going to tape
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one end. >> jimmy: oops, sorry. >> that's okay. >> jimmy: like a cvs receipt, right? [ applause ] same thing. >> so i have one end on the fan, i'm going to turn the fan on, and you're going to let it slip through your hands. you have two forces at work on the fan, the centripetal force that wants to go that way, and a centripetal for centripetal force which is the wind coming out. >> jimmy: finally, they come together. >> ready? let's see. i think ready. let go, let go, let go, let go. >> jimmy: ooh. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i like that. >> isn't that cool? >> jimmy: it is cool. >> it's kind of neat. i'm going to very slowly attempt to bring this back up onto the
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table. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> without it self-destructing. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and if all goes well, i should be able to turn it and go horizontal with this. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i like that. that looks great. pretty nifty. >> yeah. so i thought we'd create our first jimmy kimmel hash tag. if anyone tries this at home, #toilet paper tornado. >> jimmy: that was my wrestling name. >> very good. let's come back here. we're going to start off over here. >> jimmy: this is the saddest birthday party ever, isn't it? >> all right. believe it or not, we're go being to gear up for these balloons. >> jimmy: okay, i love when we gear up. >> a little bit of interesting science. i have some people who have been confused by a sign they've seen at a hospital. and the sign reads "no smoking,
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oxygen in use." >> jimmy: okay. >> which would make you come to the conclusion that oxygen is flammable. >> jimmy: oxygen is not flammable. >> that's what we're going to find out. 100% oxygen, and this is the world's tiniest tiki torch. we're going to find out if oxygen is in fact flammable. i'll light this. you're going to bring it up to the oxygen balloon, and we don't need these just yet. if it explodes, we'll have an answer, if not, we'll know not flammable. bring it over. 100% oxygen. yeah, i know, kind of sad. now we're going to come back to this in a second. but right now i have this one, which is 100% hydrogen. now we've played with hydrogen before. >> jimmy: hydrogen's fun. >> we're going to see what 100% hydrogen looks like. we might want to put these on. and if you're in the audience
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you might want to cover your ears. terrific. here we go. 100% hydrogen. meets fire. there we go. that was good. all right. so, now, let's answer the question as to why they have those signs in the hospital, even though oxygen is not flammable. in this balloon we have two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen. we're going to give it a grid source of oxygen and see if it burns any differently. this one you are definitely going to want to cover up your ears. >> jimmy: okay. >> they seem ready. this one's for you. here we go. >> they weren't covering their ears, i could tell. >> here we go. two parts hydrogen, one part oxygen. here we go. in three, two, one.
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[cheers and applause] >> jimmy: that's pretty, i could feel that, yeah. >> you can feel that. so that's why you don't want oxygen anywhere near. >> jimmy: what else do we have, science bob? >> we have a cool invention. >> jimmy: all right. >> this is known as a vacuum cannon. >> jimmy: all right. >> the design is pretty simple. we have a clear pvc tube. >> jimmy: mm-hm. >> at the end of the tube are two mylar plastic ends to it and a vacuum pump. instead of pushing air into it, it's going to subject air out f of it. what you're going to do is pierce this membrane on the end. >> jimmy: right now? >> in a minute.
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>> what's the weirdest thing you can do with an air cannon. we came up with the idea, is it possible to send superman literally faster than a speeding bullet? that would be cool. >> jimmy: that's how the intro goes, yeah. >> we're going to see what happens when we send superman faster than a speeding bullet into a brick wall. you might want these. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. by the way, our piercing device. there you go. all right, we're still lowering, come on around this end. and you're going to hit it right in the middle when it's time. all right, superman is ready. here we go. superman, at the speeding bullet speed. wait, let's go see. you got it. let's see what's left of superman. almost went through.
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>> jimmy: oh. superman's dead, everybody, oh, my god! [ applause ] >> jimmy: let's look at the replay here. see what happened to superman. somehow science bob managed to t lex muthor. we'll be right back. be right back. man: you can do this! grab those command picture hanging strips and let's make it work. they're tool free and they hold strong. oh, rustic chic! an arrow angled to point at rustic chic. hmm, may i be honest here? let's take that down, damage free, with a stretch, remove... and look: no marks, no mess. like a pro. command. do. no harm. like a pro.
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>> jimmy: the we're back with "science bob." still to come, rodrigo y gabriela . i love when you give me a giant blaster like this. what's going on, what's this called? >> we have a pressure releaser. it's going to throw all this air down this barrel. >> jimmy: mm-hm. >> the barrel is filled with a number of cucumbers. >> jimmy: oh, all right. >> at the end of the barrel is eight stainless steel razor sharp blades. >> jimmy: that seems like a great idea. >> yeah. so the idea is that, i don't know, three cucumbers might take you five minutes to chop.
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>> jimmy: yeah, something like that. >> we're going to try to do it in 20 micro seconds. >> jimmy: here we go. >> we're going to point it at the salad chute. three, two, one, fire! see that? >> jimmy: wow, that doesn't seem practical, but. >> isn't that great? great? >> jimmy: looks delicious. >> the next one, what if we would create an entire salad. >> jimmy: that was the little one. >> come on down here. >> jimmy: well, it does smell like cucumber in here. we've got a number of various salad components from lettuce to peppers, and that will be able to make our salad. >> jimmy: wow. >> you're going to need to lower your mask for this. >> jimmy: i'll lower my mask. >> tell us what you would like in here. we have a menu.
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joi >> jimmy: i want an everything salad. >> now flip that switch. it's going to arm it. now everything is armed. >> jimmy: all right. >> here we go. hit that button. >> jimmy: i'm ready. here we go. whoa! wow! look at that. science bob pflugfelder, check him out on instagram at science bob. >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mer said ease benz, the best or nothing. r nothing. yoooh, hello yellow! at ross and you find... yes! that's yes for less. spring forward with the latest brand-name styles at 20 to 60 percent off department store prices. at ross. yes for less.
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