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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's " jimmy kimmel live" ! tonight, jason bateman -- from " murder" , aja naomi king. unnecessary censorship -- and music from ceelo green with cleto and the cletones. and now, if there are no further
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thanks for coming. thanks for everything. we have so much to get to tonight. we have so many important things tonight. i'm going to solve all your problems tonight but first, i have a joke from my mother. my mother texted me a joke this morning. a donald trump joke. do you want to hear it? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the correct answer is no. all right. so this came in. it came in at 10:05:00 a.m. we used to love donald duck. now we have another donald that makes us want to duck.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now you see where i get it. she actually took time. oh i got a good one and typed it. sent it to me. but as funny as my mother is she has nothing on mitt romney. i'll tell you that. mitt romney this morning made a televised speech in which he went all-in after donald trump. he called him a phony and a fraud. he said he's playing the american public for suckers. i haven't seen mitt this fired up since that time he dripped mayonnaise on a new pair of chambray dockers. he had steam coming out. out of every orifice. i love him making the decision to speak out. mitt, don't do this. i'm sorry, ann, but someone has to step up and save this nation. it's like watching your dad march out to the blacktop to have a talk with the schoolyard bully. no good could come out of it. he went after him and the mitt hit the fan.
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fraud. his promises are as worthless as a degree from trump university. he's playing the members of the american public for suckers. he gets a free ride to the white house and all we get is a lousy hat. donald trump tells us that he is very, very smart. i'm afraid that when it comes to foreign policy, he is very, very not smart. thank you. >> jimmy: good one, mitt. mitt romney is the big gun the republicans sent in to stop trump, they're in a lot of trouble. it's like sending a meter maid in to break up a prison riot. trump of course responded as he often does by releasing this video from 2012 when romney was running for president.
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extraordinary ability to understand how our economy works, to create jobs for the american people. i spent my life in the private sector. not quite as successful as this guy but successful nonetheless. so i want to say thank you to donald trump and look forward to seeing you out on the trail. thank you, donald. >> jimmy: yeah, that's how -- we see more honest relationships between professional wrestlers than politicians and it's important to remember that. meanwhile donald trump is trying his hardest to be more presidential lately. he even started to offer specifics about stuff. he released his health care plan yesterday and it's pretty good. you have a protein shake for breakfast and another one for lunch and sensible dinner and it works. no, the plan claims it will reduce the number of individuals needing access to programs like medicaid. which i'm sure it will. if trump becomes president it will reduce the number of individuals living in the united states. here's trump touting his fantastic new health care plan.
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you'll love trump health care. treat yourself to the very, very best life has to offer. you can enjoy the world's greatest health care in your own home with family, friends, any time and believe me, i understand health care. it's my favorite food. when it comes to great health care, i've just raised the stakes. trump health care, the world's greatest health care. and i mean that in every sense of the word. and the sharper image is the only store where you can buy health care. >> jimmy: that seems inconvenient. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, you know el chapo is back in prison. back in the mexican prison from which he escaped. you know el chapo, right? fans? he wants to come to the united states. el chapo's asking to be extradited because the guards at his prison won't let him sleep. they move him around so he can't
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barking outside of his cell all night long and i guess it's driving him crazy. in a court document he's quoted as saying my head and my ears always hurt and i feel bad all over. oh, that poor baby. somebody needs to do something. why do i feel like this ends with el chapo crashing on a futon at sean penn's house? speaking of boisterous dogs, this is from fox 13 in memphis, tennessee. we had a good clip from memphis last night. they're in the spotlight for providing us this. a new edition of "excellence in reporting." >> a crazy weekend here. we got a dog, we're in frazier right now. go on. i got a dog that's apparently taken a liking to me. down boy, get out of here. it's a stray dog. i'm really kind of -- i tell you what, we're going to come back to you because i can't get this thing to leave me alone. we'll be back.
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[ cheers and applause ] that's why they say not to fill your jacket pockets with snausages. it's journalism 101. tonight in detroit there's another republican debate. this one hosted by fox news which reunited donald trump with megyn kelly for the first time since their feud began back in august. because of megyn kelly trump skipped the last fox debate so this was what they called the big rematch and i think it says a lot about this campaign in general that it's its front-runner's arch rival is the moderator instead of one of the other candidates. trump was there rubio was there, cruz was there, that other guy john something was there and dr. ben carson was not there. ben carson is giving a speech tomorrow at which he is expected to suspend his campaign. suspend means end. why they don't just call it end, i don't know. either way, all indications are that ben carson is out of the race for president. which is a shame. america needs a sleepy president. time. it looks like we're not going to get one this time around.
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forgotten and to make sure that he's remembered by the next generation we wrote a book to pay tribute to him. something for the kids. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you see it's called "good night ben." would you like me to read this to you? i would love to. all right. here we go. we'll put it up on the screen. in ben carson's bedroom there is a phone and a red balloon and ben and jesus jumping over the moon. good night, cap bell. good night, brain. good night pyramids filled with grain. good night, lion. good night, crab. good night friend he tried to stab. goodnight guns goodnight sled, goodknight crazy [ bleep ] he said. good night stars, good night sky, evolution is a lie.
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for ted. goodnight tree and goodnight stump. goodnight america because here [ laughter ] [ applause ] [ cheers and applause ] when we come back from the break the dumbest game show ever and "this week in unnecessary censorship" too, so stick around, we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] today' s the day! oh look! creepy gloves for my feet. see when i was a kid there was a handle. and a face. this is nice. and does it come in a california king? getting roid rage. hemorrhoid. these are the worst, right? i' m gonna buy them. boom. i' ll take them. impulse buy. ommmmmmmmmmm. american express presents the blue cash everyday card with no annual fee. it' s all happening.
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>> jimmy: welcome back, jason bateman and aja naomi king and music from ceelo green is on the way.
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game i'm excited about. it's a chance for people walking by our studio to win real cash. actual u.s. currency. all they need to know is who is on the currency. it's time to play "on the money." hollywood boulevard. cousin sal is standing by with our first contestant. hello, who is it? >> sal: meet jimmy. >> jimmy, jimmy. >> jimmy: how are you doing? >> doing good, how about yourself. >> jimmy: where are you from, jimmy? >> mississippi. >> jimmy: are you on vacation? look at that character behind you. are you here on vacation? >> yes. yes, yes, yes. >> jimmy: how long are you in town? >> for the weekend. i'm actually moving here actually from mississippi i'm here trying to get set up. >> jimmy: you're moving here for the weekend. this seems very sketchy already. >> i just moved in. i'm trying to pursue a career. >> sal: don't let him clown on you. >> jimmy: we have a whole show going on in the background
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just fyi. here's how the game works. we're going to start with a penny. please show the penny cousin sal. don't show it to jimmy, though. your job is to tell me who is on that penny, okay. >> look like abraham lincoln. >> jimmy: what do you mean looks like abraham lincoln? that is correct. now here's the big question. do you want to stop there and keep the penny or do you want to keep going and try your luck with a nickel. >> let's try our luck with the nickel. >> i just got to say if you get the nickel wrong you don't get to keep the penny, okay? >> okay. that's fine. >> jimmy: wow, he's going for it everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i like. all right who, jimmy, is on the nickel? >> looks like george washington. >> jimmy: why do you keep saying looks like? are you seeing a nickel right
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>> oh, man. >> sal: i think he's seeing a lot of things. >> i'm nervous, i'm nervous. right. >> jimmy: jimmy, i'm sorry. it's thomas jefferson. i'm so sorry to see that happen but we do have a consolation prize for you. it's "on the money: the home game." so you can take that home and play that back in mississippi, all right? all right. let's get somebody else in there. hi there. how are you doing? >> good, how are you? >> jimmy: i'm doing well. where are you from? >> houston texas. >> jimmy: so you're not with jimmy. >> i'm not with jimmy. >> jimmy: i just figured you were a duo. >> we're not a duo. >> jimmy: all right. what do you do for a living? >> i'm an architect. >> jimmy: very good, are you here on vacation? >> i am. >> jimmy: having a good time? >> having a great time. >> jimmy: what's been the highlight so far? >> got here last night and just took a tour so i know a little bit about all the areas in los angeles. >> jimmy: i like that. i do the same thing. start with a tour and explore from there. we're of the same mind. do you know your presidents? >> yes i do.
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so it's time to play on the money. the game works like this. we'll start with a penny. tell me who is on the penny. >> lincoln. >> jimmy: that is correct. abraham lincoln. now do you want to keep going? and do you want to guess who is on the nickel or do you want to take that penny home? >> i'll guess who is on the nickel. >> jimmy: he's going for it, everybody. i love it. have you thought about what you might do with the money if you win? >> well, in los angeles, not much. >> jimmy: all right. who kerry is on the nickel? >> jefferson. >> jimmy: that is correct. >> wow. >> jimmy: all right. do you want to try to double that money? what does the audience think? should he go for it? >> i'll do it. >> jimmy: he's going to go for
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he's going to go for it. >> sal: i don't know if you can tell from in there but i'm shaking right now. very exciting. >> jimmy: i can see that. kerry, who is on the dime? >> roosevelt. >> jimmy: are you kidding me? that's right. now you got a dime. do you want to take that dime and head back home or do you want to go -- do you want to go for the quarter? >> i'll go for the quarter. >> jimmy: he's going for the quarter. >> sal: may i say, i've seen too many people lose at this. are you sure? you have 16 cents. you can walk away a winner. >> i'll do it. >> jimmy: he's going to do it! [ cheers and applause ]
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quarter? >> god, it's -- franklin. >> jimmy: franklin? oh, no. that was the easiest one. oh, kerry, i'm sorry. but cousin sal is going to have to take all your money back. i'm so sorry but we do have a -- yes, we do have a consolation prize for you. >> sal: heartbreaker. i warned you, i warned you. >> jimmy: okay. well, you know what, that's all the time we have. that's a real shame but it gets wild. you know, it just shows. gambling is a -- that is ridiculous. i don't know why i felt the same emotions i feel watching "who wants to be a millionaire" there. well we'll do that again sometime. do we even have time for "unnecessary censorship" anymore? to hell with it, who cares. we have a good show for you here tonight. jason bateman is on the show and aja naomi king and ceelo green.
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>> jimmy: hi, gang. tonight, from " how to get away with murder," which aired earlier tonight on abc, aja naomi king. then his album is called " heart blanche," ceelo green from the samsung stage. his concert, " ceelo green, live in l.a.," airs march 11th on directv and u-verse. tonight he is doing a very beautiful song called robin williams. next week on the show we will have naomi watts, ray romano viola davis, john legend, connie britton, isla fisher, chloe bennett, louis c.k., plus, music from eliot sumner, the wild feathers, st. lucia, and the suffers. so please join us.
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a big special sunday night. " live after the oscars" special or only saw parts of it online, we're airing it again tomorrow night with ben affleck, chris rock, tracy morgan, nathan lane, matthew broderick, henry cavill, jesse eisenberg, hold on, i only have 13 more. sacha baron cohen, alicia vikander. and we tried to edit matt damon out of the show, but it screwed everything up, so that jerk will be on it too. that's friday night, tomorrow night, at our regularly scheduled time. our first best tonight has been entertaining us for more than 30 years, and frankly, he's exhausted, but he soldiers on, lending his voice and talent to new disney animated film, "zootopia "zootopia." >> well now wait a minute. polar bear fur, rat pack music, fancy cop. i know whose car this is. we've got to go. >> whose car is it? >> the most feared crime boss. they call him mr. big and he does not like me. we got to go. >> i'm not leaving, this is a crime scene. >> it's going to be a bigger
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here so we're leaving right now. here so we're leaving right now. >> raymond! is that kevin? long time, no see. speaking of no see how about you forget you saw me? huh? for old times' sake. >> that's enough. >> jimmy: "zoopotia" opens tomorrow. please say hello to jason bateman. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome. welcome. very good to see you. >> wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no belt huh? is that a new thing? no belt? >> i don't think you're supposed to do a belt, jimmy. >> jimmy: what do you mean? there are loops for a belt. why wouldn't you do a belt? >> i understand that but amanda tells me -- >> jimmy: your wife? >> that's my wife.
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that you don't need a belt anymore. >> jimmy: wow. >> molly does not hip you into the fashion 411. >> jimmy: i'm not as hip as you are. really, i'm not. >> molly is not as hip as amanda, sounds like. >> jimmy: i'm embarrassed now. in fact -- i'm going to take my belt off right now. >> let's do it. [ applause ] >> these guys missed a heavy bass line. >> jimmy: how you doing? >> you don't listen to what molly says. >> jimmy: she didn't tell me not to wear a belt. but yeah, i would. i would listen to her. if she told me not to wear a belt. sometimes she -- you know, i don't dress great. outside of this show i wear a suit for an hour and i'm a hobo the rest of the time. >> what about the beard? how does she feel about the beard? >> jimmy: she likes the beard. that's why it's still on the face. yeah. >> does jane like the beard? >> jimmy: my daughter, jane. >> ha -- your mistress. >> jimmy: figured i'd throw that in there so there's no confusion. i told you not to mention jane on the show! our weekends alone are our weekends alone!
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they bought it. >> jimmy: "zootopia," speaking of kids, kids are going to go nuts for it. rotten tomatoes, 83 reviews, all good reviews. 92 bad reviews. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's very good. >> i've never been in a 100% film. >> jimmy: it's your first 100%. wow. >> i'm not actually in it. you just hear me in it but i'll take the thumbs up. >> jimmy: you've been doing this -- how old were you when you started out in television? >> 10. >> jimmy: 10 years old. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and honestly. i'm not just saying this. you look the same as before you cracked puberty. you really do look very youthful. [ cheers and applause ] >> lot of work. lot of work. >> jimmy: is it just luck? >> it's a lot of work. i get a lot of cheap work done down in t.j. they put a velcro strap in here a couple of years ago and i cinch that up before i do tv and i listen to my wife. truly. >> jimmy: what does she tell you?
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all right? both with water, both with, you know, skin, lotion, toner crap. >> jimmy: you do all that stuff? >> and i don't want to do all of that but i live with her and if she's not happy i hear about it. >> jimmy: right. >> sometimes it can be dangerous. a couple of weeks ago -- she has been on me to get a facial, you know? >> jimmy: why? >> exactly. [ laughter ] she -- because she just thinks maintenance is like, you have to keep up with it. >> jimmy: okay. >> i consider myself a guy's guy. right? i'm not into the whole -- i do like a good massage. don't get me wrong. but the facials, the manicures and toe stuff, whatever that's called, i think that's -- that's not me. but she was persistent. >> jimmy: they're pedicures by the way. >> that's it. she and a buddy gang up on me and get me this facial for my
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it. and i walk in and the gal says, you going to want to go ahead put this robe on and meet me in the back room where the hot tub is. and i immediately want to quick dial my wife and ask her what's on this package. >> jimmy: is this a special birthday? >> exactly. but i go with it and i take my clothes off and put the robe on and go down to the room at the end of the hallway and there's nothing but a hot tub in there. this is high-end -- hills. so i'm trusting. just go with it. >> and she's in there, nice enough woman. the tub looks like a -- looks like a pot you put seafood in. it's bubbling and it's hot.
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and she's not leaving. and not only does it look hot but i've been married 15 years. no one's seen this -- anything -- for 15 years. and i'm a shy guy. so i try to position myself where she can't see me once i drop the robe and i find that position. but i'm not going to lally gag, i'm going to get right in the water. it's bubbling so i can get everything under and she can't -- she's not going to see it. so i jump in there. i lose a good layer of skin getting in there. so already the derma, first layer of derma is gone which is i assume part of the treatment. so i'm feeling pain but i'm assuming beauty, right? so i'm in there, it's really hot. i'm trying to smile. she says i'm going to see you in 20 minutes and then we'll continue with the rest of the program. so she leaves. i figure 20 minutes, that's a lot. five minutes goes by, ten
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i'm super hot. starting to see different colors. i power through it. so 20 minutes goes by. she comes in and she says, okay, next up. sorry i don't have a pair of disposable boxers for you. she said now i'm going to clean you. i said -- well. it's 10:30 on a wednesday. i'm pretty clean. i'm hot as hell. but i'm clean. and she says don't worry about it. she hit is the button, the bubbles stop. now i'm in an aquarium. [ laughter ] [ applause ] so now i'm sweating double because of the anxiety. she snaps on a couple of like loofa gloves and hits it with some liquid soap. she pulls a full leg up out of
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i've got left. and she starts making terrible small talk that's getting me more stressed. the other leg, she scrubs that. says now we have to hose you off with ice water. right? so like at this point i'm already feeling like a broccoli or a lobster or blanch it, right, with cold water? >> right? you off. cold water. everything is wrong. she hoses me off. she leaves. she says meet me down in the massage room. i get out. i start to towel off and i'm starting to feel terrible. i'm starting to really see spots now and i'm feeling nauseous. >> jimmy: for real? >> totally light headed. because i've lost a great deal of water. >> jimmy: you're not hydrated. >> she's boiled me like a clam. you know? and now i go down and i take a knee because i feel like i might -- the lights might go out. and i want to get closer to the ground. i see a chair in the corner.
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my knees and that's the last i remember. now i'm done. i'm out. i've completely dehydrated and i'm unconscious. because the next thing i know i wake up. i'm sitting in the chair much like this. my first image is just a hand towel or a face towel that's on my garbage. and there's cold water being poured on me by a coffee mug from three eastern european women now saying god is great. thanks god. he's still alive. and there's seven paramedics around me. i was unresponsive for seven minutes. this is what my wife has done to me to keep the elasticity going. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i had to get on the phone with cedars sinai saying that i'm refusing transport. i'm like, you're not taking me out on a gurney onto sunset
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afternoon. they're going to think i'm some guy on a bender that just wanted to get pulled on for the afternoon, you know? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: how was the facial? >> i didn't make it to the facial. >> jimmy: you didn't get a facial. >> but it was paid for so i had to return a week later to get the goods. >> i did. >> jimmy: wow. [ cheers and applause ] that's ridiculous. that's jason bateman, everybody. "zootopia" opens in theaters everywhere tomorrow. we'll be right back. "this week in unnecessary censorship." n suv? well, this is the time. and your ford dealer is the place, to get 0% financing for 60 months on a ford suv. that's right. just announced. ford explorer...edge...escape... and expedition... are available with 0% financing for 60 months. ford suvs. designed to help you be unstoppable. no wonder ford is america's best
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: before we march ahead it's thursday night. that means it's time to bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week whether they need it or not. it's "this week in unnecessary censorship." [ cheers and applause ] >> hollywood is still all abuzz after the academy awards and one of the biggest stories of the night was of course leonardo dicaprio's big [ bleep ]. >> trump, marco rubio, fighting [ bleep ].
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>> jimmy: our next guest is part of the most homicidal group of interns in the history of higher education. her show is called, " how to get away with murder." it airs thursdays at 10:00 on abc.
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king. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you look fantastic. thank you for coming. >> thank you. not too bad yourself. >> jimmy: your show "how to get away with murder" got picked up for a third season today. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: congratulations. i should say assuming you will make it to the end of this season alive. >> valid point, it's only congratulations to those that survive. >> jimmy: exactly. it's bitter for the others, isn't it? >> yeah. rat party hard. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> i'm from walnut, california. >> jimmy: where is walnut, california? >> walnut is southeast los angeles. like the 101 south to the 60 east. >> jimmy: i assumed it would be this northern -- >> there's a walnut creek up north. we're walnut without the creek. >> jimmy: you'll get a creek soon. don't worry. >> one day. >> jimmy: does walnut has a walmart?
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>> jimmy: that's all you need. >> that and target. >> jimmy: what was your first acting job? >> my first job -- well my first job out of school was working at disneyland. >> jimmy: what was that like? >> that was technically my first acting job. because i had to act very happy all the time. >> jimmy: you weren't? >> it gets a little crazy at disneyland. it's a little more hardcore than people would think. >> jimmy: when you're there every day it loses some of the charm. >> a little bit of the luster was gone. >> jimmy: what did you do at disneyland? >> i was an indiana jones cast member. >> jimmy: you were like on the indiana jones -- would you dress up in the thing? >> yeah, we had the skorts and the hats and the tie. right this way! >> jimmy: when you get a job at disneyland is that one of the costumes you hope you get to wear or hope you don't have to wear?
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are hot so it's not so fun to be that well-dressed. >> jimmy: you don't want to have that leather on. >> yeah. >> jimmy: then what are your responsibilities as an indiana jones? >> well, the biggest one is checking height requirements on kids coming through the park. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> yeah. it's a big safety issue. a lot of parents like to try and get their kids through the ride. >> jimmy: do you ever have adults -- for instance, we have a producer here at the show. his name is jason. and sometimes jason is -- i don't know if he would make the height requirement on the ride. if an adult didn't make it would you go, to hell with it, put him on and if he flies off what are you going to do? [ laughter ] >> there are like ten other safety checks. so if he came by me i would probably just let him go through. >> jimmy: you would let him go through. >> i wouldn't want to be the one to say i'm sorry, sir. young man. >> jimmy: but that probably does happen, doesn't it?
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nightmare that would be. and there's no height limit, right? you can be as tall as you want to get on the ride. >> that's a good question. >> jimmy: thank you. >> yeah. i don't know. >> jimmy: it's really only short people that get the short end of the stick. >> short end of the stick, yeah. >> jimmy: that's terrible. >> i know. >> jimmy: did you go from that job right into acting? >> i went to school for many, many years. >> jimmy: you went to school? did you quit? >> i did stop working at disneyland and quitting that job started a long line of me quitting by just not showing up anymore. >> jimmy: so instead of telling them i don't want to be here anymore you let them figure it out for themselves? >> yeah. like i guess she's not coming in today either. >> jimmy: so what did places do when you do that? i did do that once, actually. yeah but it was the first day and i just left at lunch and never went back.
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>> well, with disneyland i had to give the costume back but i could not bring myself to go and do that, so my father went for me. >> jimmy: oh what a bad lesson that is. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: what a very bad -- good father, bad lesson. that's a good father/bad father right there. >> he should have made me go but i wouldn't have gone. >> jimmy: he dropped off the costume? >> went and dropped it all off. hat? here it is. him. >> jimmy: that's interesting. what don't we know about disneyland. they say there's a jail there. a prison? >> i've never seen a jail there but there's a lot of intricate tunnels going throughout the park so that you can walk around what's called backstage without being on stage where the rest of the guests are. >> jimmy: they don't want them to see you. >> yeah. no one wants to see mickey with his head off. >> jimmy: yeah. well i do. i'd love to see mickey with his head off. for kids that could be terrifying. >> traumatizing, yeah. >> jimmy: you'd think a giant
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>> he's all soft and cuddly. >> jimmy: where do they put you? >> there's a couple of food places back there to eat. yeah. you just -- it's like being in the kitchen of a restaurant. it's not glamorous or anything. but yeah. >> jimmy: i got you. you're working for disney again now in a way. >> i know. i love disney. >> jimmy: i hope you don't get in trouble for this. [ laughter ] >> i love disney so much. >> jimmy: thon dewon't -- if you try to just walk off "how to get away with murder," she'll send huck to your house with a power drill. [ cheers and applause ] she won't tolerate it. congratulations on the show and all of your success. " how to get away with murder" abc. we'll be right back with ceelo green. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by
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>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i want to thank jason bateman, aja naomi king and apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, but first, his album is called " heart
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robin williams," ceelo green. oh what a night oh what a night tears in my eyes staring up at the sky in disbelief i've got a voice in my head voice in my head that's what it said all we really need is some comic relief
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what's life going to become once we don't have anymore heroes we don't know what the next man's going through wish i could say it in a plainer way i said we don't know life reminds me of robin williams we've got to laugh the pain away we don't know what the next man's going through wish i could say it in a plainer way i said we don't know life reminds me of robin williams we've got to laugh the pain away laugh the pain away john belushi knew you and me better than we knew ourselves and we all listen to richard pryor yeah i think don't make
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he's one of the things we lost in the fire but i'm afraid of not being able to laugh anymore ohh what's life going to become once we don't have any more heroes we don't know what the next man's going through wish i could say it in a plainer way i said we don't know life reminds me of robin williams we've got to laugh the pain away we don't know what the next man's going through wish i could say it in a plainer way i said we don't know life reminds me of david bowie
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can you hear me? maurice can you hear e? oh we don't know can you hear me oh, yes
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[ cheers and applause ] just a perfect day drink sangria in the park and then later when it gets dark we go home just a perfect day feed
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