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allen, iwan rheon, and michael mcelhatton. plus music from shawn hook. with cleto and the cletones. and now, from now on, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: muchas gracias. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. [ cheers and applause ] it was a very hot day today. thank you for joining us. on what is primary night in new york. we're still in the primaries. it seems -- if you look, we should at least be in the secondaries by now. but there was a lot at stake tonight. the winner of the new york
delegates, momentum, and most importantly two tickets in the front mezzanine to see "hamilton." [ laughter ] because we have a time difference to contend with, we don't know who won, but all we know is that hillary clinton and donald trump won. [ laughter ] you do these polls, and it's like what's the point? it's interesting to see how many of the candidates in this particular primary have some kind of a home field advantage. bernie sanders was born in brooklyn. donald trump is from queens. and hillary clinton is from wherever you need her to be from. [ laughter ] she's a local too. donald trump had a bit of a stumble yesterday. you may have heard about this. he was giving a speech in buffalo and accidentally referred to the devastating terrorist attacks of 7/11. [ laughter ] instead of 9/11. and of course who can forget that fateful day when the coke-flavored slurpee machine broke and we were forced to settle for that blue raspberry stuff. [ laughter ] donald has actually been pretty quiet for the last week or so. and i don't like it. it's like when the kids stop making noise.
by the way, according to a new nbc/"wall street journal" poll more than half of voters say they wouldn't support donald trump, ted cruz, or hillary clinton. which is depressing because that's probably who will be on the ballot. it's like lunch in a middle school cafeteria. none of the choices are good, but you have to eat something, right? in washington, d.c. yesterday ben and jerry, you know, the ice cream guys, were arrested for being part of a political protest on the steps of the capitol building. they were speaking out against big money in politics, and they were arrested. which isn't great. it. they got a lot avenue tension for their cause. also, they got a new flavor of ice cream, which is toilet wine toffee crunch. [ laughter ] don't ask too many questions about the crunch. just eat it. [ laughter ] you know, from time to time on this program we pause to journalism, and this is one of those times right now. this is courtesy of the local cbs affiliate in pittsburgh. please enjoy tonight's edition
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we didn't include anyone who voted absentee. we asked people did they go in and vote? so the question is will people in los angeles claim they voted in the new york primary today? and the answer is yes. >> how was your polling place this morning when you voted in the new york state primary here in california? >> it was pretty great. very. >> what were the lines like? >> long. >> who did you go with? >> with my aunt. >> so big morning this morning obviously in the new york state primary here in l.a. >> yes. >> how was your polling place this morning? was it busy? >> yeah, busy. >> what were the lines like? >> kind of long. >> what borough did you vote in this morning? hollywood or queens? >> hollywood. >> yeah. did you take the long island ferry to get there or did you walk or -- >> i took the ferry. >> you took the ferry. was it choppy out there? >> yeah.
it was the new york state primary. how was your polling place this morning? was it crazy busy or were you okay? >> yes, it was busy. it was all right but i got there. >> were there a lot of new yorkers at the new york state primary today or -- >> yeah, there was. but it's okay. >> how could you tell who was a new yorker and who was a californian at your polling place? >> because i find us californians are more friendlier. >> did you register to vote in the new york primary here in l.a.? >> yes. >> what was that form like? was it crazy that they made you identify different types of pizza, different types of bagels? what did you pick? did you say you eat pizza with a knife and fork or -- >> honestly, i don't even remember when i put. i kind of like jotted through it. i really just tried to make sure i was eligible to vote. >> i appreciate your honesty. >> yeah. >> was it difficult to get to your polling place on time because of the different time zones? obviously the three-hour difference. >> yes. it's -- it's a lot of math you have to do to get there. [ laughter ] >> who did you go with to vote
>> i went by myself. my friend's going later. >> oh. is your friend also a lie? >> yes. >> i see. thank you so much. would you like a sticker? >> yeah, sure. >> okay. >> this morning in los angeles the new york primary. how was your polling place when you voted this morning? was it busy or -- >> it was packed. >> oh, really? >> absolutely packed. >> how long did you have to wait in line? >> probably two hours. >> obviously because it was the new york primary they were giving out cute little new york prize. did you get one of the statues of liberty they were handing out? >> i did not. but i did get a donut. >> you did get a donut? >> i got a donut. >> oh, what flavor donut? >> it was something that had sprinkles on it. >> did you get one of the complimentary slices of ray's pizza or did you take one of the bagels? >> i took a bagel. >> what kind of bagel did you take? >> raisin. >> oh, nice. did you put anything on it? >> cream cheese. >> oh, good. did they let you toast it or -- >> i just took it like that. >> just plain. yeah.
>> obviously, there were those new voting machines today where you swipe your metro card to vote. did you have to go somewhere to buy a metro card first or did you have one mailed to you? >> i actually had one already so it was pretty convenient. >> oh, that's good. how much did you pay to vote? was it the $2 or the $1.99? >> it was the $1.99. >> oh, you got a good deal. >> i did. >> oh, nice. what do you say to new yorkers who say it's not fair we can vote in their primary but they can't vote in ours? >> well, i think that they're living in the wrong place. but i'm grateful that they're living there. >> yeah. california's a truly magical place. >> absolutely. >> full of liars. would you like a sticker? >> absolutely. >> thank you. >> yay. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break. when we come back from the break, with the exception of guillermo, who i understand is drunk tonight -- yes? >> yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this might be the
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geena davis and actors from "game of thrones" are on the way. we still have six months until we elect a new president. and so far this has been a very contentious process. and i'd like to take a break from that for a moment to introduce something that i think will appeal to those on both sides of the aisle. we have a great wall right here.
on which technology from cisco allows us to connect with anyone from anywhere in the world. and tonight we decided to fill the wall with babies. but not ordinary babies. fat babies. okay? because tonight it's time to play "fat baby bingo." [ cheers and applause ] let's see the kids. and there they are. ha, ha! well, hello chubby children. oh, my gosh. [ baby noises ] ladies and gentlemen, welcome your 2016 los angeles rams. [ cheers and applause ] guillermo, bring me my fat baby bingo hopper so we can decide who to talk to. these aren't just fat babies. they're loud babies. thank you, guillermo. you are an adorable fat baby too. [ laughter ] drinking tonight, yes? >> just a little bit. >> jimmy: just a little bit. okay. all right. so what i'm going to do is here, am i doing it right?
am i going to use the bingo hopper and hopefully a ball will come out of this [ bleep ] thing. [ laughter ] what am i doing wrong? okay. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] all right. the first fat baby we're going to meet is smith. hello, smith. smith and his mom and dad. hi, guys. how are you doing? wow. now, how old is smith? >> smith is 8 months old today. >> jimmy: and what does smith weigh? >> he's a little shy about his weight. he weighs 31 pounds. >> jimmy: 31 pounds. >> all right here. >> jimmy: my daughter's almost 2. i think she weighs like 24 pounds or something. but not -- i don't want to insult smith there. what are you feeding him? what are you feeding the boy? >> you know, he's exclusively breast-fed. he hasn't even had any food yet.
here. >> jimmy: wow. looks like breast milk and cookies is what you've got going on there. [ laughter ] has he crushed anyone yet? look at those legs. oh, my god. i know this sounds weird but i would love to bite one of those legs. i really would. [ laughter ] is he a good sleeper? i imagine at that weight he would be. >> he is. he has been too good. he slept through the night from night 1. he's kind of a little all-star baby here. >> jimmy: has he ever -- wow, what's he eating there? is that wood? at this rate by the time he's 5 years old he's not going to fit in your house. you're going to have to move into another place. that is really something else. well, he's very, very cute. you must be delighted with all those rolls. [ laughter ] >> yes. >> very cute. >> jimmy: well, thank you very much. and very nice to meet you there, smith. [ cheers and applause ] smith is a cute fat baby. and then -- oh, all right.
here we go. all right. our next baby is jude. where is jude on the wall of fat babies? [ applause ] holy moly. wow. can you guys hold jude up so we can really get a look? oh, he's wearing -- yeah. see, now, that's america right there. [ cheers and applause ] why is this child so big and you're so thin, both of you? it's crazy. >> i'm 6'8". she's 5'1". so it's a little bit of -- >> jimmy: you're 6'8"? look at that. father. >> jimmy: what percentile is jude in? >> he's off the charts. >> jimmy: he's off the charts. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and what does jude weigh? do you know right now what his weight is? >> 32 pounds. >> jimmy: 32 pounds. wow. you know, we asked all the moms tonight to have a lemon standing by because i love it when babies eat lemons.
jude a lemon? in fact, everyone in the wall, give your child a lemon at this time because -- >> ready? >> jimmy: has he had a lemon before? >> he has. he didn't love it. >> jimmy: he didn't love it? all right. let's see what he thinks of this lemon. oh, wow. he's a picky eater, surprisingly. [ laughter ] you don't have to force it on him. but wow. look at all the kids that are really liking their lemons. they're not -- remy's got a good -- remy has a good lemon face over here too. wow. does he -- is there any danger that he might eat one of your pets? [ laughter ] wow. >> we used to have a cat. don't know what happened. >> jimmy: that is just my kind of kid right there. thank you guys. thank you, jude. and let's do one more. let's go to the -- [ applause ]
this out. all right. and the next baby is landon. landon, where are you? landon. oh, hello, landon. [ cheers and applause ] now, i know about this. first of all, landon, you definitely win best hair here during this competition. is landon enjoying that lemon? >> he looks like he is. >> jimmy: he's really digging into that. yeah. that's something else. oh, yeah. so anyway, landon is kind of a famous baby, actually. we found you on the internet. first of all, how much does landon weigh? i think it's important that we ask that. >> he's 27 pounds. >> jimmy: 27 pounds. not quite as big as the other babies. but this baby looks -- i don't know if you noticed. like a certain nba player. does this look familiar? [ cheers and applause ] uh-oh. look at that. he froze. he's -- that's a -- well, they both froze. steph curry is frozen as well. all right. well, landon froze. that's okay, though.
[ laughter ] well, i just want to first of all thank all the moms and dads. and we do have some gifts for all of you. first of all, we have a gift for the baby. each of our babies tonight will receive a baby sports bra. [ laughter ] and for the moms who have to carry these little sumo wrestlers around, we're giving each of you a massage. okay? [ cheers and applause ] thanks, guys. thanks, babies. look at this here. all right. tonight we have music from shawn hooks. from "game of thrones" the boltons and reek are here. and we'll be right back with geena davis. so stick around. >> dicky: "jimmy kimmel live" is brought to you by king's hawaiian sweet jalapeno rolls.
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and they have a very complicated relationship. they also have an exclusive clip from "game of thrones." released from the show. just a trailer. this will be exciting. vancouver. this is his single. it's called "sound of your heart." shawn hook from the samsung stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night on the show jessica chastain, from silicon valley kumail nanjany. and of monsters and men. thursday keegan michael key, jordan peele, and musical guest m83. our first guest tonight is the oscar-winning stars of beloved "beetlejuice," "tootsie," "a league of their own," "thelma she is also the founder of the bentonville film festival which of all places.
[ cheers and applause ] how are you doing? >> hi. >> jimmy: you smell very good. just fyi. >> thank you. >> jimmy: in case people at home are wondering, geena davis smells real good. >> excellent. >> jimmy: i was just reading your introduction. that's a really great list. and i know the list is much longer than that. what do people mention most to you? is it "thelma and louise" that they -- >> yeah. mostly "thelma and louise." [ cheers and applause ] yeah. but there's a phenomenon that happens also where very often somebody will say "i like your movie." and i'm like, okay, what is the one movie they think i made? and it's always "beetlejuice." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, if you're going to see one, that's a good one to see. >> it was very long ago, right? but they think i didn't work since then. >> jimmy: that's the one you can watch over and over and over again. this is from "harper's bazaar,"
there's you and susan sarandon in the classic -- [ cheers and applause ] why did susan get to drive? was there any discussion of who would drive? >> well, she -- you mean in the movie or -- because in the movie she mostly drives. >> jimmy: no, i mean in the movie. yeah. >> well, you know, she's the more -- that's her car. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a good reason. >> after -- she doesn't quite trust me. but after i put the cop in the trunk i take over and drive. >> jimmy: when you were shooting this, i assume this was outside? somewhere. >> that photo? >> jimmy: yeah. >> it was in times square. >> jimmy: did people freak out when they saw the two of of you in a car together? >> yeah. >> jimmy: they did. >> they did. i mean, we were all dressed up and walking around in times yeah. i mean, we each get recognized a certain amount in our daily life. nothing too drastic. but when we're together, it's a >> jimmy: are you together a do you guys -- >> we're really good friends
why does that comfort me in some way? [ laughter ] >> because even though we're dead we're still -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. even though you're dead you're still alive. even though your dead your friendship is still alive. >> that's right. >> jimmy: there could be a sequel where you're ghosts. it could be a combination of beetlejuice and "thelma and louise." some sort of supernatural type of thing. >> i've heard that pitch. >> jimmy: from a real -- from a producer? >> well, let's just say somebody in the industry. and then i've also heard a prequel, why don't we do a prequel. >> jimmy: okay. >> but nothing interesting happened to us before. [ laughter ] so that kind of doesn't work. >> jimmy: well, you let the audience decide that. now, i do want to mention this film festival. it's interesting that it's in arkansas, in bentonville, arkansas, which to be honest i had not ever heard of. why is there -- how many movie theaters do they have in bentonville?
because i'm from there. i'm from -- >> jimmy: you're from -- -- >> actually, no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're frn bentonville. >> we especially picked bentonville because it has no movie theaters, and we thought this is a perfect town to have a film festival in. [ laughter ] it's actually a little challenging. >> jimmy: it's a festival you don't have to bother going to see movies, which is actually the boring part of it. >> who wants to see movies anyway? actually our sponsor is walmart. and that's where walmart is. >> jimmy: oh. so they wanted you to come to them. >> but it's also -- mr. skeptical. [ laughter ] a lot of film festivals are in park city, utah, strange places. telluride. >> jimmy: right. >> so we wanted to be strange also. >> jimmy: you hit that one on the head. >> but also it's a really adorable like quintessential american town with a little square and all the stuff is
>> jimmy: do you have events, things? >> yeah. yeah. we're actually having -- we did this last year and it was such a success we're doing it again. we have a ball game -- "a league of their own" ball game where you know, random people play -- >> jimmy: oh, from the cast of "a league of their own"? >> yeah. but i'm going to be there. managed the teams. but this year rosie can't come but six of the peaches from the movie, of my castmates are -- >> jimmy: are they real baseball players or were they all actors? >> some of them could actually play. rosie was actually a really good ball player. >> jimmy: rosie was a good player. were you a good player? are you a good player? >> yes. [ laughter ] i didn't play baseball or any sport when i got cast in this movie. and -- because i was -- you know, i was very tall as a kid. as you can imagine. i was a tall baby. >> jimmy: baseball's not the best sport. but tall, though, you could play basketball.
basketball team, and i said, but i can't play basketball. they said just stand there. [ laughter ] you're so tall. >> jimmy: and you declined. you did not -- >> i declined. but i learned to play really good. really good movie baseball. >> jimmy: who taught to you play movie baseball? >> we had excellent coaches. >> jimmy: you had some like real -- >> major league coaches. >> jimmy: and they worked with you for a long period of time? >> like eight weeks i think. yeah. >> jimmy: and your arm is good? i feel like you can't learn to throw in eight weeks. like you can't learn that thing. i mean, although i never -- it never occurred to me you that weren't a baseball player and i've seen that movie a few times. >> some people can't learn. >> jimmy: some people can learn to throw in eight weeks? >> a lot of people couldn't. >> jimmy: you can. [ laughter ] well, you did obviously. >> let's just say -- >> jimmy: it went pretty well. >> any home run that i hit and my character pretty much only >> jimmy: yeah. right. >> i would of course dot mighty close-up of the swing and then
slingshot and it would send the ball hurtling over the fence. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: movies really aren't real it turns out. [ laughter ] >> they don't like you to hit a hard ball at the camera. >> jimmy: yeah, i guess it could hurt somebody. well, it all makes sense, i guess. well, congratulations. good luck with the film festival. it is in bentonville, arkansas. [ cheers and applause ] can people come to it? you can come to it if you want. the second annual bentonville film festival, may 3rd through the 8th. geena davis, everybody. we'll be right back. starting at $11.99. with three new irresistible dishes like chicken parmigiana lasagna. ravioli alfredo lasagna. and seafood lovers lasagna. all with our unlimited salad and breadsticks. and all starting at $11.99. you won't want to miss a single layer. so come in now.
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hook. two of our next guests are members of house bolton and the other is their castrated slave. normal. yes. season six of "game of thrones" premieres this sunday night on hbo. please welcome alfie allen, michael mcelhatton and iwan rheon. [ cheers and applause ] i'm sure you get this a lot but i cannot tell you how weird it is to see you all together in a casual setting in regular clothes. >> we don't get to wear them very often. >> jimmy: so for those who -- there are people obviously who do not watch "game of thrones," who don't know why this is unusual. but maybe explain what you did to alfie's character. [ laughter ] >> i think i really improved his life in many ways.
improve his life? >> well, he had an appendage that was removed. i think for pleasure really. >> i had my willie chopped off. all right? >> and sent in a [ bleep ] box to his dad. >> jimmy: and who informed you this would happen? did you read it in the script? was there an actual producer -- >> i was there at the table read. and i was just like, what? that's my willie. [ laughter ] no, at the end of the second series i went to one of the premieres and david and dan told me that was going to happen. i always knew about the torture aspect of it. >> jimmy: i see. and do you guys, do you read the books ahead in although i know now we're in uncharted territory. but do you care to kind of have an idea of what is going on on the show before it happens? >> yeah. first two books. and then kind of gave up. so we all just kind of work out the scripts in the reading. bolton. and you're michael.
i don't know if you ever -- [ laughter ] >> okay. >> jimmy: which is an unusual thing. have you seen the season premiere? have you all -- >> yes. >> jimmy: you were at that big screening event that they had? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how many people were at that screening event? >> it was two cinemas. it was quite full up. i'll just throw a name out there. >> 1500. >> two cinemas. 1501. >> jimmy: it seems that nothing has leaked from that screening. i haven't seen anything online that's ruined anything. which is really remarkable, isn't it? >> yeah. i think everyone's got a gun to their head. if you say anything about this -- >> the hbo snipers. >> jimmy: it seems more than that. that people don't -- genuinely don't want to ruin the show for other people because they like the show so much. >> yeah. >> hugely respectful, aren't they, on twitter. they go shuck all but they -- >> jimmy: are they respectful in real life when they meet any of you? >> the boltons, yeah. >> jimmy: i would be nervous -- i got a little nervous when you walked out.
i did. >> somebody came up to me in the street and he was like, are you that ramsey snow guy? it was in london. i was like, lord bolton to you. [ laughter ] and he was quite a big guy. and he did take it. i thought i was going to get punched. >> jimmy: no. no. nobody's going to punch you for a long time. are the fans in the united states different, the way they approach you, from the fans in the u.k.? >> they're a lot more nicer. yeah. a lot more optimistic. >> jimmy: nicer here in the u.s.? >> yeah. i would say so. definitely. >> jimmy: oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> usa! >> jimmy: nicer and more optimistic. that is unusual. >> they'll politely mention it afterwards. they might talk to you for a little bit and then by the way, we love the show. and back away nervously. >> jimmy: yeah, right. yeah. i mean, that's how i feel right now, actually. you guys, i know -- are you all friendly? do you socialize together? >> oh, yeah.
yes? >> we all live together. >> we have a lot -- we play a lot of pool when we're in belfast 37. together. >> do i. i like to knock my balls in. >> jimmy: at least you have them [ laughter ] >> exactly. >> jimmy: and when you are together, what kinds of reactions do you get from people? >> people sort of like -- i friends. and i just sort of politely point out that do you also believe in dragons? and that kind of breaks the ice it. i see. well, we have a clip from the show. i don't think any clips have been seen from the show. so this is very exciting. sorry, boltons, you guys are not in this. but you, alfie-r in this. do you know what this clip is? >> jimmy: you do. is there anything you would like to -- >> i would like to add that it's been put in the press, it's been said that i'm helping sansa out of the river, but i'm not. i'm actually helping her into the river. >> jimmy: into the river.
>> jimmy: from "game of thrones." >> we have to cross here. >> i can't! >> it's the only way to throw off the hounds. >> i won't make it. i'll die. >> i've seen what his hounds do to a person. this way is better. [ gasping ] >> oh! >> jimmy: look at that. that is sansa stark. >> can i applaud myself? >> jimmy: you can applaud yourself. you know what would be a nice thing really and really sell the whole idea that this is actually unpleasantness between the two of you. if you were to just hug between the two of you, i think would be a really sweet -- [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: aw. look at that. >> come on. [ applause ] >> jimmy: now it's starting to get a little too much. [ laughter ] well, i thank you guys for coming. i'm very excited about it. i don't know if you're aware but i'm a very big fan of the show and i'll be mapping my weekends around it for the next -- how many weeks? how many shows this time? >> oh, ten. >> jimmy: ten shows. ten more shows. "game of thrones" returns to hbo sunday night at 9:00. thank you, gentlemen. we'll be right back with music from shawn hook. [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: the "jimmy kimmel
>> announcer: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank geena davis, iwan rheon, michael mcelhatton, alfie allen and apologies to matt damon. we did run out of time for him. "nightline" is next. but first, here with the song "sound of your heart," shawn hook! [ cheers and applause ] you were my courage my sword and shield grace under pressure my wall of steel i was a stone
you were the angel i chained to the ground i miss the way you undress i miss your head on my chest can't stop this bleeding can't stop believing i'm missing the sound of your heart beating baby i'm in love with you oh, oh, oh i'm missing the sound of your heart beating mine to lose oh, oh, oh i'm missing the sound of your heart beating you showed me heaven you rang up bells i played with matches it hurt like hell asleep and awake you're all i see i can't escape you can't set you free i miss your full moon rising
breath in silence can't stop this bleeding can't stop believing i'm missing the sound of your heart beating baby i'm in love with you oh, oh, oh i'm missing the sound of your heart beating baby you were mine to lose oh, oh, oh i'm missing the sound of your heart beating missing you missing you i'm missing the sound of your heart beating missing you missing you i'm missing the sound of your heart beating baby i'm coming baby i'm coming tell me now baby i'll come running baby i'm coming baby i'm coming say the words baby i'll come running baby i'm in
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