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that's the news for now. i'm shirleen allicot. >> i'm bill ritter. thanks for watching. jimmy kimmel is next. eyewitness news returns tomorrow morning at 4:30 with ken and lori. have a great night and we'll see you tomorrow. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- benedict cumberbatch. from "marvel's agents of
katie couric. and music from deftones. with cleto and the cletones. and now, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. [ cheers and applause ] it's very kind. i'm glad you could join us on this beautiful night in southern california. this is night two of marvel week here. last night the cast of "captain
tonight benedict cumberbatch will present the world premiere for the new movie dr. strange. and from "agents of shield" agent coulson clark gregg is with us. then tomorrow night we have team iron man and chris hemsworth, who plays thor, will be here on thursday. it will be thors-day on thursday. it's quite a week. [ laughter ] it's like a marvel-themed bar mitzvah. and i'm finally becoming a man. [ laughter ] we're not only focused on marvel tonight. we do have to provide equal time. how many of you saw "batman vs. superman"? [ cheers and applause ] well, warner brothers just released the trailer for the sequel today, much earlier than anticipated, and it looks great. [ laughter ] you know, let's review that one more time because the special effects are incredible. they really are. he has a lighter and -- you
get the full thing. [ applause ] that video is why the internet exists. while we're on the subject of lighting up, here in california as i'm sure you know we grow a lot of marijuana. it comes right out of the ground. and it's very lucrative. it's especially lucrative here in the l.a. area because we add avocado to it. it's a dollar more. [ laughter ] anyway, there is a very good chance that voters will legalize marijuana for recreational use in november. [ cheers and applause ] right now -- you can get it now -- now you can only use it for fake medical reasons. fake back pain. fake migraines. fake insomnia. i know there are people who get medical marijuana for real reasons. i just haven't met any of them. [ laughter ] one guy i know got a prescription from a -- this is true. the reason the doctor wrote on the form, musician. [ laughter ] his condition was musician. [ applause ] anyway, with the new law probably coming, a lot of companies are trying to get in on the ground floor. property values in areas where
tripled. they're saying it's like the gold rush, only since it's marijuana there probably won't be much rushing. it will be like a gold stroll. but it's coming. i have to say, it's weird to think about pot being legal because just personally it seems like only yesterday i was bailing our warm-up guy don out of the west hollywood jail. [ cheers and applause ] remember that, don? when i got you out of jail. for allegedly growing a pot plant on his balcony. don, what is your medical condition? what did you tell them? >> sprained wrist. >> jimmy: oh, sprained wrist. 11 years his wrist has been sprained. [ applause ] from rolling? [ laughter ] sprained wrist? really? oh, boy. the doctor must have been high
you know, we're always on the lookout for strange little moments that pop up during the local news, and we happened upon something very unusual this afternoon courtesy of our abc affiliate in miami. normally you see people jumping up and down yelling baa bah baoey behind reporters but rarely do you see something like this on tonight's edition of "behind the news." >> well, jeanine, right behind me here at the historic tower theater, a forum has been going on since early this morning. community theaters of all kinds coming together. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they're off to use the early bird special. cute couple. last night on "dancing with the stars" donald trump's ex-wife marla maples was on the show. she's not anymore. she was eliminated. not just from competition. she has been eliminated. she's gone. [ laughter ] so that's one trul p outmp out of the
and marla said she -- by the way, rule of thumb. when you divorce a billionaire, make sure to tell your lawyer, i need enough money so i'll never have to be on a reality dancing competition show. but donald trump -- marla maples losing aside, donald trump is still very much focused on winning. >> we're going to start winning again. we're going to win so much, we're going to win at every level. we're going to win economically. we're going to win with the economy. we're going to win with military. we're going to win with health care. and for our veterans we're going to win with every single facet. we're going to win so much you may even get tired of winning! and you'll say please, please, it's too much winning. we can't take it anymore. mr. president, it's too much. and i'll say no, it isn't. we have to keep winning. we have to win more! we're going to win more! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: why even have a
you think he ever walks off stage and goes "what the hell was i talking about?" [ laughter ] that is the most fantastic imaginary conversation i think i've ever heard. trump -- that was in albany. while he was speaking a fight broke out in the crowd. somebody got video of these two guys went at it. it's unclear whether the fight broke out at the rally or if the fight started first and turned into a trump rally. but you know, when you see the footage from these rallies, i feel like there will come a day when a monster truck gets elected president of the united states. [ laughter ] at this point i'd be more surprised if a fight didn't break out at a trump rally. it would be like going to see sir mix-a-lot and he didn't play "baby got back." [ laughter ] a lot has been made about people hitting each other at these trump rallies, and the truth is it probably happens at every played. but we thought it would be fun to play a game tonight, to put your first impression powers to the test. the test is this. can you tell whether a person is the fighting type just by looking at them? we went out in the street today
punched someone in the face? okay? so we're going to see an individual, introduce him or herself, and then based on that very brief introduction we're going to try to guess if that person has ever punched someone in the face. you got it? okay. let's begin. here we go. >> i'm nicky black. i'm from new jersey. >> have you ever punched someone in the face? >> jimmy: has nicky black from new jersey ever punched someone in the face? a lot of yeses. all right. let's find out. >> punched someone in the face. no. [ applause ] >> jimmy: not even the person who colored that hair? [ laughter ] who do we have next? >> my name's kim. i'm from pennsylvania. >> have you ever punched someone in the face? [ audience responds ] >> jimmy: we have one no and everyone else says yes. has kim from pennsylvania punched someone in the face? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> who? >> a friend, you know.
whatever. they get drunk and confront me. >> jimmy: what lunatics are getting drunk and confronting him? let's see another one. >> marlene kaplan and i'm from mount laurel, new jersey. >> have you ever punched someone in the face? >> jimmy: what about marlene? has she ever punched -- yeah? everyone says yes. all right. >> have i ever punched somebody in the face? yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> who? >> well, actually, it was a friend, and she did something that i just didn't agree with. and i just went pow. >> jimmy: marlene is a loose cannon. you know, bingo can be a very violent game. [ laughter ] wholesale do we have out there? >> my name is adele and i'm from scotland. >> have you ever punched someone in the face? >> jimmy: has adele from scotland punched someone in the face? well, let's see. >> i have not. and i don't intend to. >> jimmy: that's why she had to move out of scotland. [ applause ] i like that you're applauding. who's next? >> jacob.
>> have you ever punched someone in the face? >> jimmy: hold on a second. i don't even care if he -- look at that -- i want to see more of that lady in the background. [ laughter ] go back a little bit. >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, there she is. that was captain america's grandma we got just -- >> have you ever punched someone in the face? >> yes. i don't know his name. >> what did he do? >> he was not being nice at my bachelor party. >> jimmy: you have to be nice at bachelor parties. all right. next up. >> i'm beck. i'm from sydney, australia. >> have you ever punched someone in the face? >> jimmy: how do we feel about beck? face puncher? and the verdict is? >> yes. >> who? >> my boyfriend. he didn't really do anything wrong. i was just pissed at him. >> jimmy: you know, that's love. love means never having a reason for punching someone in the face. who's up next? >> my name is ricardo and i'm from berlin.
>> jimmy: we've got a lot going on here, first of all. has ricard from berlin ever punched someone in the face? >> no. not really. i'm afraid that you will punch me now. >> no. would you consider punching yourself in the face? >> not really, to be honest. >> jimmy: it's a healthy response. you think he regularly dresses like that or he's just excited about guns and roses at coachella? [ laughter ] and i believe we have one more. >> my name is sid kaplan. i'm from -- i'm from new jersey. >> have you ever punched someone in the face? >> i can't hear you. >> have you ever punched someone in the face? >> jimmy: sid might punch someone in the face right now. all right, everyone -- has sid kaplan, the world war ii vet from new jersey, ever punched someone in the face? >> oh, many times. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was educational, right? we have to take a break.
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>> jimmy: what was that? >> dr. steven strange. wielder of the eye of dago movement oto. he who walks the plain between life and death itself and occasionally does bar mitzvahs and children's parties. >> like i said, a magician. you do do children's parties you said? do you do that kind of stuff? because my daughter would really love -- >> i was joking. that was a joke. i'm sorry. it's the dry english humor. i don't do children's parties. >> jimmy: okay. you don't have to get mad about it. but since you're here, though, i think we'd all love to see a magic trick. you want to see dr. strange-love do a trick? [ cheers and applause ] >> it's not strangelove. it's dr. steven strange. just strange. no love. well, there is love, but not in the name. it's just dr. steven strange. look, they're not tricks. they are -- they're ancient mystical incantations to defend this world against other dimensional threats. you can't just do those at a children's party. >> jimmy: oh.
can you like make balloon animals? like maybe you can twist up a giraffe or something? for us? yeah? [ balloon sounds ] oh. [ applause ] that's good. >> jimmy: oh. well, all right. don't do that at the party. okay? all right. thank you. that's dr. strange. [ applause ] he's magic. thanks to benedict cumberbatch. here is the world premiere trailer for marvel's "doctor strange." [ cheers and applause ] >> steven strange. might i offer you some advice?
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thanks for being here. you're like the meat in the middle of the captain america avengers sandwich this week. you know that? >> that sounds really good. i don't want to say too good. a little bit good. >> jimmy: as a member of the marvel family and really kind of a central figure, were you excited to see the "doctor strange" trailer? had you seen any of it before? >> i had not. i don't think anyone on the planet has seen it until you just showed that. >> jimmy: you were not privy to -- that is true. you were not privy to that? they don't run this stuff by you? >> now i feel kind of bad. no. no. but i also -- i had the same feeling i have every time. that guy's got a fantastic name. >> jimmy: benedict cumberbatch. it's the best name ever. >> clark gregg seems monosyllabic and lame in comparison. >> jimmy: it is. >> i want to change it to clark clarkledick greggleditch. >> jimmy: clarkledick.
what was the last name? >> greggleditch. >> jimmy: it looks good on paper. >> you took down the strategic homeland enforcement intervention and logistics division in an impressive way. >> jimmy: that's me and greggleditch, we do that together. >> i feel like thats going to follow me for a while. >> jimmy: i hope it does. >> you're not supposed to give yourself the bad nicknames you can't shake. >> jimmy: that's the genius of you. agent coulson, your character, appeared in which movie the first time? avengers? >> no, the first one was "iron man." >> jimmy: in "iron man." of course. and then a couple movies later you were killed. your character was killed by loki. >> i got a call. i met joss whedon at comic-con. and he said listen, i've been wanting to introduce myself. i'm making "the avengers," and i want agent coulson to have a big part. and at first i thought i was being pranked or i was dying soon and this is the make-a-wish foundation thing. [ laughter ]
be cool. and then i got another call from marvel a little bit later and they said, joss wasn't kidding, you have a great part in "at vejersvej the avengers." i said that's amazing. they said yeah, what happened to you is what brings the avengers together. i thought this got less cool. but then it turned out i was is on the dead and three season's later marvel's "agents of shield." >> jimmy: i'm sure you get asked this kind of thing a lot but what i'm wondering is your character has come back to life on television. are you alive in the tv marvel world and dead still in the movie or are you alive in the whole marvel universe? >> that's a really good question. we should ask dr. strange, who i feel like would have the answer. i'm told it's all connected. >> jimmy: okay. >> i certainly have some splaning to do. >> jimmy: you have been told you're alive. >> i've been told i'm alive. and maybe i appear in "captain america: civil war" which i'm going to see a little bit later this evening.
so i feel like it's getting a little close to the wire. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, since the premiere is tonight it seems unlikely. >> cgi. i don't know. >> jimmy: yeah. i saw it, and i don't -- it doesn't look good. >> i wasn't in it? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you were not in it. unless you were in some sort of a costume we didn't recognize. >> i was a storm trooper -- wrong universe. [ laughter ] i was a wookiee. >> jimmy: you came back to life because the fans demanded it. was that the case? >> yeah, i don't think there was any intention. they made it clear to me, you have an action figure, it's our parting gift because you're really dead. there was a lot of blood and loki seemed happy, and i was dead. and then i got a call -- and then people on twitter around the world, the fans i guess because he's the one guy in this world who doesn't have any powers and really kind of represents the fans. i'm kind of their avatar, kind of normal and not scary to anyone. and they started posting hashtag coulson lives.
it on bridges in vienna and all around the world. and it became this thing. >> jimmy: and when you say they were posting, you mean you were writing it on bridges -- [ laughter ] -- in vienna and all around the world. >> yes. i have more frequent flyer miles than anybody but i've got a show >> jimmy: that's pretty great. by the way, speaking of twitter, you posted a -- what year was this photograph taken? >> oh. that was -- wow. well, judging by the hair, i'm going to have to say that's the early '80s. because i have some. >> jimmy: were you really a drummer or are you fooling around here? >> well, i mean, technically you can see that i'm playing drums. so you'd have to say yes, i was. but only in the most rudimentary, bad punk new wave ska drumming tradition. >> jimmy: i assume you were part of a band and not just drumming on your own at parties? >> no, that was just me in the middle of a party hoping someone -- i had a thing out. it was just tubs like in times square. no, i was in a band.
clever name that i came up with, the squares. >> jimmy: oh, really? the squares. >> it was like a new wave thing. and we did kind of a lot of covers. >> jimmy: oh, you did. >> yeah. we did an upbeat that perhaps some of you gentlemen will appreciate, an upbeat cover of an eric clapton song that we lovingly called in the '80s "ska-caine." >> jimmy: oh, the song "cocaine" -- >> it was a little faster in our version. i don't know why. >> jimmy: that's a weird thing. is the band still together or have you broken out? >> they kicked me out early on. and they probably are still playing in central ohio. no, i dropped out of that college and -- i dropped out of that college and moved to new york city because i liked the music a lot better when i wasn't playing it, so i wanted to go to new york in the early '80s. >> jimmy: did you move to new york to become an actor? was that the plan? >> no, i wanted to go where bands like the talking heads and the specials and -- kids, look it up. some '80s bands were playing. and i liked it so much i just
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shoot anything that comes through that door. [ knocking ] >> hello? >> what the hell? >> mark. it's good to see you again. you look well. >> i'm doing real good now. >> that is "marvel's agents of shield," airing tuesday nights on abc. clark gregg is with us. will the events in the show be affected at all by the captain america movie? >> i believe so. i don't really know because i haven't seen it yet.
>> jimmy: so they really don't tell you anything -- they don't trust you at all. >> i mean, when you say it that way. no, in the past they've shown us stuff. like season 1 they said you have to see this now, we're going to take you to a screening, and we went and saw "captain america: the winter soldier." and at the end of it we walked out and shield didn't exist anymore so, we thought we'd have to change the name of the show. i don't think that it's necessarily -- i don't know. i may call you in tears in a few hours and find out i'm out of work. >> jimmy: do you ever worry you were -- you were killed once. are you invincible now? >> it seems like a big deal now. lot. on "game of thrones." "the walking dead." there certainly on our show as well. and people will be working and having a good day and all of a sudden you look and all of the executive producers are by the monitor and everyone's like don't look at him. don't look at him. oh, my god, they're looking at me. they're looking at me. and you think this is it. >> jimmy: when was the last time that happened?
>> jimmy: does that mean that -- but we've not seen it on the air yet? >> hey, you're squeezing spoilers out of me. >> jimmy: i'm sorry. >> my big mouth again. >> jimmy: i'm an attorney. i have to do what i have to do. >> you're very good. yes. it might be that someone's going to die. >> jimmy: oh, wow. it's fun. some shows people get killed off and they're like ha, ha, see you later suckers. but on our show they get along. >> jimmy: do you say to the person, hey, listen, i got kild killed and then i came back to life so maybe there's snoep. >> yeah, i say it wasn't that bad for me. i'll start the hashtag x lives. it's hard. bill paxton got blown to like weird ribbons of goo. he was like, i'm coming back. and i was like, i don't think so, pal. [ laughter ] you look like silly string. i don't see how that's going to work. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. thanks for coming. [ cheers and applause ] tuesday nights. "marvel's agents of shield" airs
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest has been in our lives at every time of day -- mornings, afternoons, evenings, and now she is available to you anytime online. she is the global news anchor for yahoo, and has a new documentary called "under the gun" premiering may 14th on epix. please say hello to katie couric. [ cheers and applause ] very good to see you, katie. >> i am so happy. i haven't seen you in so long. >> jimmy: it has been a little while. i think we're in new york the last time -- you got married since the last time i saw you. >> i did. [ applause ] >> jimmy: your husband john. i saw him at the pacquiao fight, actually. >> yes. he told me he sat next to you. he was with his son henry. >> jimmy: we sat next to each other. i was wondering at that time
did you move into his place or did he move into your place? >> he actually moved into my place. >> jimmy: he moved into your place. >> because he had a house in -- well, actually, he had an apartment in the village that was sort of a bachelor pad. so that wouldn't have really worked for me. so he moved to the apartment where i raised my girls. and now we're moving to a new apartment that we're sort of starting together. so he doesn't feel like he's had to absorb into my life so much. >> jimmy: neutral territory. >> exactly. >> jimmy: did you make him throw away everything he owns? >> he's kind of a minimalist. and i am not a hoarder but i'm an accumulator. i have so much stuff. i've started to go through stuff i've accumulated over the last 17 years since i moved to this apartment. so i've seen like "new yorker" magazines from 2010 that i know i'm going to read. or ointment from 1994. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. that's no good anymore. >> exactly. >> jimmy: all hoarders think they're not hoarders. they think they're accumulateors. right?
though. so anyway, we're going through that process and we're moving i think in september to a brand new apartment, which is nice. >> jimmy: that will be nice. [ applause ] >> oh, thank you. people are so happy that i've finally found someone to marry me. because it was a long time. >> jimmy: were people starting to worry about you? >> i think they were a little bit worried because you know, my husband passed away. and that was in 1998. and i had a series of boyfriends. and long-term relationships. but they never seemed to pan out. yrpt >> jimmy: why? let's go through each one. [ laughter ] >> let's not, jimmy. >> jimmy: well, you founded a great charity organization that cancer. >> yes. >> jimmy: that just honored you. [ cheers and applause ] in a way you became the most -- really you became the face of the human colon. >> i did. i'm like the colon queen. well, some of you might remember, but i think it was back in 2000 i did a colonoscopy
>> and you know, it's because i wanted to educate -- >> jimmy: i just bought it on dvd, by the way. [ laughter ] >> have you been watching it in slow-mo? >> jimmy: i have my ways. i won't reveal them. >> but anyway, after i did it colon cancer screenings went up 20% and the university of michigan called it's couric effect. >> jimmy: right. yeah. >> which was both flattering and creepy. and the incidence of colon cancer i think between 2000 and 2010 declined 30%. so it's a lot of lives saved. so stand up to cancer, which is an organization i founded with eight other women. we had a big benefit in new york on saturday, and they were very nice to honor me for my colon cancer work. but for cancer in general just that night we raised $42 million. >> jimmy: wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> and that's in addition to the -- that's in addition to the 370 million that we've pledged donations since we started the organization in 2008.
>> yeah. it's really -- it's a really -- i'm so proud of what this organization has accomplished because we work with all these doctors from different institutions and we force them, we mandate them to collaborate rather than compete. and two doctors spoke at this event on saturday and they said how they used to compete against each other and be rivals and then they decided let's not compete against each other, let's compete against cancer. and they joined forces. and they're really making incredible strides. >> jimmy: it never would occur to me, i guess it makes sense, that they would be competitors because you think oh, we're all -- you'd welcome any kind of input. well, you welcomed an input of a camera, for instance. >> i did. but institutions -- cancer like everything else is political and proprietary and people compete and they want to get credit for all the different things that they do and the developments they make. but with stand up to cancer i think they were first a little
now they're so jazzed and invigorated to work together. so people from m.d. anderson will work with people from sloan-kettering, you know, with -- so it's really a national effort. and we also have dream teams internationally as well in amsterdam and canada. >> jimmy: at what age are you supposed to get a colonoscopy? >> i'm glad you asked, jimmy because how old are you? >> jimmy: well, you tell me what the age is first. [ laughter ] >> at the age of 50 you should get a screening colonoscopy. >> jimmy: oh, god. >> unless you have a family history, and then you should get it earlier. >> jimmy: oh, what a birthday that's going to be. because i'm 48. >> you're 48. >> jimmy: it's coming up. >> all right. so in two years you and me -- it's in november, isn't it? >> jimmy: it is. >> i will take you -- i took al roker for a colonoscopy. i'm going to take you for a colonoscopy. [ cheers and applause ] i'm going to spend the night. i'll stay in your guest house if you have one. i'm going to have you drink the prep, which is called golightly.
beverage in america because it does not make you go lightly. i'm going to help you through it. >> jimmy: okay. >> really? >> jimmy: yeah. >> seriously? >> jimmy: can we bring mr. t to the event? that's a photograph from nancy reagan's funeral. >> yes. i went to mrs. reagan's funeral. we actually got to be quite close through the years. >> jimmy: did you ask mr. t why he dressed in his a-team outfit for the funeral? >> it was kind of incongruous to see him there with james baker and ed meese and all these former ambassadors. by the way, that's my cute husband next to me. >> jimmy: your husband john. he seems very happy to be with mr. t. >> he is very happy. but isn't that strange, that he was at nancy reagan's funeral? but they used to do a lot of just say no stuff together. >> jimmy: i remember that. >> and punky brewster. i was looking at the other celebrities. michael jackson used to do a lot of just say no stuff. >> jimmy: he was not there, though. he didn't show up. >> no. >> jimmy: that would have been something. [ laughter ] that would have been a hell of a picture. >> just mr. t. >> jimmy: your documentary, which i saw today, it's very powerful. >> thank you for watching it.
it's called "under the gun." >> yeah. it's going to be released as you said i think it's may 15th or may 14th on epix. and it's going to be free and then available on v.o.d. at the end of the month on itunes and amazon. and it's really a comprehensive look at the gun issue in america. and i think it will change the way you look at it. one of the exciting things we found, jimmy, is there is a lot of common ground. 74% of nra members actually favor universal background checks. many of them don't understand why you can be on the terror watch list and purchase a gun. and the nra represents only 5% of gun owners in this country. so we had a lot of people watch the film and say you know, i'm a gun owner, i believe in the second amendment, thank you for representing our point of view. so i think it's a very powerful film, and i think it will kind of set the table so we can have a reasonable and sensible conversation about common sense gun laws. >> jimmy: hopefully people will not have their minds made up before and they will watch it
we're hoping people will talk with each other instead of at each other because there is, as i said, a lot of gray and a lot of agreement and a lot of common ground, which is exciting. >> jimmy: will you hold my hand when we're in the hospital together and i'm getting a camera put in my rectum? >> if they let me. if they let me. >> jimmy: katie couric, everybody. "under the gun" premieres may 14th on epix. we'll be right back with deftones. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series is presented by samsung. make today smile with 6 dunkin' donuts for $4.49, powdered with sugar, layered with frosting, filled with jelly, or topped with sprinkles. share some smiles with 6 donuts for $4.49 today.
sip in a refreshing iced tea, iced green tea, or iced tea lemonade today. america runs on dunkin'. >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i want to thank clark gregg. i want to thank katie couric. benedict cumberbatch. i want to apologize to matt damon. we did run out of time for him. "nightline" is next. but first, this is their album. it's called "gore." here with the song "prayers/triangles," deftones!
beware i will never walk this street again the only time i feel i'm not alone i pull my heart out i wave it in the air prayers laid on the line you'll never be free you'll never be free triangles placed in your mind you'll never be free you'll never be free prayers prayers triangles triangles prayers
this street again the only time i feel i'm not alone i pull my heart out i wave it in the air i pull my heart out [ cheers and applause ] this is "nightline." >> tonight, skim bilk. the sophisticated and diabolical new ways scammers are helping themselves to your hard-earned cash. >> this is very easy, and it's a lot of money. >> and that chip that was supposed to do the trick? don't count on it. but there are new ways to