tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC November 21, 2016 11:35pm-12:37am EST
from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, shia la buff. anna camp. music from green day. and now, here we go again, here's jimmy kimmel! ? la one of labeouf. >> jimmy: very nice. welcome. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for braving the elements to be here tonight.
thing happen here yesterday. it rained on us. down on us. it was rain. i was driving, there were literally dozens of raindrops on my wind shield. on the actual glass of my car. i had to pull over. it was crazy. and i'll tell you something, whenever there's precipitation of any kind here in southern california, our local weather men and women, i will say this much, whenever the sun does not shine, they do. >> the one thing we hardly ever california, rain. and quite a bit of it, especially here in pass dina. check this out, we actually have a small stream now that's running along the road here on the streets of pasadena. >> jimmy: good god, why are you just standing? get out of there! [ laughter ] i don't know. fortunately -- [ cheers and applause ] the rain did not stick around for another day. tonight we're having a big block party concert out back with
you'll have the time of your life. meanwhile, kanye west, i don't know if you heard, he canceled the remainder of his tour, the saint pablo tour, which was supposed to run through the end of the year. kanye grounded it after another crazy concert in sacramento over the weekend. 30 minutes into his show he went on a long tirade, then stored offstage and never came back. why this is news, i don't know. it should only be news if kanye offstage. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] it was strange because he only did two songs. but he did treat the audience to a ten-minute-long rant complaining about beyonce, jay-z, the election, mark zuckerberg, all sorts of other things bouncing around in his head. everyone in the crowd recorded it and put on it youtube where one of kanye's colleagues watched and weighed in on this.
like that. sacramento [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. should have had a bunch of [ bleep ] like you in there talking that weird [ bleep ]. that's just my thought. i smoke weed. what the [ bleep ] is he on? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: if you did have tickets to see kanye, you will not be see because donald trump is about to make him part of his cabinet. he would definitely do a good job running donald trump's twitter account. did you hear the president-elect's thumbs were very busy this weekend. you probably heard trump started a twitter feud with a broadway musical. he's fighting with "hamilton." that's right. the one thing everyone in this country loves, donald trump is fighting with it. on friday night his running mate mike pence went to see "hamilton" in new york.
afterwards during the curtain call the actor who played aaron burr read a message on behalf of the show. >> vice president-elect pence, we welcome you and we truly thank you for joining us here at "hamilton: an american musical." we sir are the diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. [ cheers ] our inalienable rights, sure. we truly hope this show has inspired you to uphold our american values and work on behalf of all of us. all of us. >> jimmy: all right, so that was friday night. the next morning trump got wind of this and started tweeting. he tweets, our wonderful future vp mike pence was harassed last night at the theater by the cast of "hamilton." the cameras blazing. this should not happen. then again, the theater must always an safe and special place.
man, mike pence. apologize! very rude and insulting of "hamilton" cast member to treat our great future vp mike pence to a theater lecture. couldn't even medical rise the lines. then the next morning, again the cast and producers of "hamilton" which i hear is highly overrated should immediately apologize to mike pence for their terrible behavior. not since john f. kennedy had that very public feud with the cast of "bye-bye there been such feeling between broadway and the white house. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i hope it stops soon, i don't know. who gets in a fight with a musical? how is it possible that donald trump can get along with putin but not "hamilton"? [ laughter ] and what makes this even stranger is mike pence didn't seem to mind at all. he said he was not offended by the speech, and in fact, he was
pence made the rounds on the sunday morning news shows yesterday. and this is what he said on both "face of the nation" and "fox news sunday." >> i can tell you, i wasn't offended by what was said. i don't know when it was the appropriate venue to say it -- >> that's how you memorize lines, by the way. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: mike pence updated and ready to go. so mike pence wasn't to see a lot more of this dynamic? trump still wants an apology and the cast of "hamilton" have agreed to apologize, as soon as trump apologizes to the following parties. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that could be awhile coming.
closely people are paying attention to the details. this afternoon we went out on the street, we asked people what they thought of the news that alexander hamilton was harassing mike pence. of course alexander hamilton has been dead for like 200 years. but did that stop people from nodding and knowing? let's find out in tonight's hamilton edition of "lie witness news." >> as you know the big news today, treasury secretary alexander hamilton is feuding with vice es mike pence after verbally harassing him. do you think mike pence unless the right? should alexander apologize? >> no, i do not think alexander should apologize to mike pence. i don't agree with a lot of the things that mike pence stands for. >> donald trump is now saying that alexander hamilton wasn't even born in the united states. do you think he should have to show his birth certificate? >> he definitely should have to show, yes. >> and death certificate? >> whatever it takes. >> sure. do you think being from the
alexander hamilton's petition? >> we go further when we reflect back in our history, i don't, so i don't know. >> that's beautiful. do you think mr. hamilton, being from the 1700s, has anything to do with his position or does it not really matter? >> i don't really find that to be relevant to anything that is currently happening in today's, you know, society. >> instead of staying dead and buried he should speak out? >> yeah, exactly. >> are you going to watch the duel live on tv? >> there's no doubt i >> what went through your mind when you saw him in that powdered wig on cnn? did you think that was offputting? >> yes, i can't believe he'd do something like that. >> describe that. >> just -- one of those things that was so childish and that. hard to describe. >> almost like it didn't even happen? >> yes. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we didn't even send anyone back to trump university to get our heads straight.
thursday. black friday is on friday. i think, you know -- i would love to see these stores combine thanksgiving and black friday into a single celebration where you go to the mall and you beat a stranger over the head with a turkey leg. but thanksgiving, of course, is a time where we travel long distances so that our families can annoy us with all sorts of passive aggressive questions. it can be a terrible, intrusive time. to head that off we went around our office, we gave our staffers a chance to answer the questions they expect to ge thanksgiving din they are year from their families so we can get this out of the way before they get home and sit down to eat. >> no, mom, phone's not broken. i'll definitely call more often. yeah, every day. >> yes, i am going to eat all that. >> yes, this is how much i usually drink. you're making it worse. >> yes, i'm still single. no i'm not a lesbian. >> no, i didn't end up sticking
>> no, dad, i don't need any money. actually, some money would be nice, so. >> yes, i honestly think she was more qualified to be president of the united states. no, i'm not -- yes. yes, i am a little drunk. >> no, mom, still not pregnant. really hope not. >> yes, grandpa, there are a lot of jew in the entertainment industry. including my girlfriend. >> sorry, mom, you're not getting a granddaughter. >> everyone pick up your phone, you go to settings. and then wi-fi. and then select a network. >> yes, i'm dating someone. no, you can't meet him. ever. oh, yeah, if we were really bummed you couldn't make it to our wedding too. >> no, grandpa, i didn't give
september me to give him, sorry. >> si, it does keep me warm. >> no, i can't get you tickets to metallica or coldplay. i'm not the [ bleep ] ticket master. >> yes, as jimmy's assistant i'm also his best friend. and no we cannot facetime him right now. >> jimmy nice? yeah, he's [ bleep ] nice. is jimmy always funny? yeah, he's always [ bleep ] funny. >> no, i can't give you tickets to "ellen" because i don't work at "ellen." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: makes sense, it really does. ha we have to take a break. we have especially when we come back, the first-ever politically correct thanksgiving pageant when we return. so stick around, we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ? oh, life-sized dragon hand back scratcher.
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>> jimmy: welcome back. shia labeouf, anna camp, music from green day is all on the way. i feel like i must share this. over the years we've seen a lot of videos of people passing out on roller coasters. this one is special. this happened in florida. panama city beach. a the slingshot ride. thank god they got this on tape because i think it says a lot. >> oh! oh my god! >> aah! >> [ bleep ]!
>> oh! >> aah! >> this view. >> no! >> jimmy: is she okay? are you okay? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is good. this is from the uk. a couple took their infant son out on some kind of a wildlife safari and it went like this. >> wow. i wouldn't mess with them guys, bro. it's going to -- >> oh my god! >> oh gosh. >> jimmy: how did that much liquid fit inside that child in the first place?
back to thanksgiving. most of us are familiar with the traditional tale of the first thanksgiving. you know how it went, the one we learned in school, heartwarming story. but this is not 1621, this is 2016. some of the story is out of date. we thought it might be a good idea to update the story of thanksgiving to reflect our modern sense differents. with that said we proudly present the students of edward james elementary school in the first-ever politically correct thanksgiving pageant. kids [ cheers and applause ] >> please don't applaud. it's insensitive to people with no arms. [ laughter ] the place, plymouth, massachusetts. the year, 1621. if you choose to believe in the culturally oppressive gr greco-roman calendar. [ laughter ] let us begin. ?
>> i am cold and hungry. >> me too. but last night this mystic experience of all those who are not cold and hungry. >> life partner, look, we have visitors. >> yes, i see. >> greetings, indigenous people. >> greetings, non-indigenous people. >> or should we say, how. >> please don't. it's cultural appropriation. >> your baby is very cute. is it a squaw or a brave? >> we're not using gender labels yet. we'll let it decide for itself how it identifies. [ laughter ] >> thank you for raising awareness! >> over the coming months the indigenous people taught the non-indigenous people how to hunt, fish, and grow crops.
don't know these things are somehow lesser than those who do. in august of 1621, they all met in a safe space and had a locally sourced feast. >> let's say grace. dear generic higher power. [ laughter ] who we choose to believe in. or not believe in. thank you. or never mind. let's eat. >> i've got a maize allergy, does anything here have maize in it? >> everything has maize in it. except for the turkey. >> whoa. we don't eat turkey. it's not morally justifiable. >> frankly, i'm offended by the sight of it. >> check your privilege, pilgrim!
pulp. >> exactly! you see, when we all come together and compromise and spend all of our time trying to please everyone, we end up with a lumpy knob of brown goo. now let us sing. ? ? we wish you a safe thanksgiving we wish you a nonconfrontational thanksgiving ? ? we wish you a non-anglo centric thanksgiving ? ? and a micro aggression-free new year ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks. thanks, kids. well done. very well done. thank you, thank you. thank you, thank you, thank you. beautifully done. how about those kids, everybody.
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>> jimmy: hi, there. tonight from the new show, streamable now on amazon prime, anna camp is here. and then their new album is right here called "revolution radio." green day from the outdoor stage. also we've had a lot performances on this show but none better than green day. so that will be great. this is special. tomorrow night our second annual red special with bono, julia roberts, channing tatum, kristen bell, neil patrick harris, halsey, the killers, and dj khaled too, all live in studio for a very good cause, please join us tomorrow night for that. our first guest tonight is a terrific actor who on the side leads a very interesting life. his new movie is called "man
2nd. please say hello to shia labeouf! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: very good to see you. i saw your movie this weekend and it's crazy to see you becae >> jimmy: well, you're kind of -- militaristic in a way, now you look like you again. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: which is a testament to your acting. my wife and i were going on and on and on about what a good actor you are, which is true. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you really do a lot of great movies. you did a weird thing, actually. you showed all your movies, correct me if i have this wrong, back to back to back to back in a theater, you stayed for the whole thing.
come. three days' worth of movie-watching. >> it was kind of crazy. it starts like an ironic, silly thing like most of the things i do, then it wound up in a cool, sincere place. >> jimmy: do you think to the end, as far as these things that you do, before you do them? or you just see how it goes? >> no, no. both. you set up boundaries then give it to everyone else and let them have it. >> jimmy: what were your boundaries? basically it seemed to me that you put a camera on yourself while you watched all your movies and anyone who wanted came in and keernd kind of did anything they wanted to. >> some people are exhibitionists who want to sit right next to you and dress and up do stuff. then some people want to lay in the cut, just be a part of it. so it's really, you know, open-ended. there's not a whole lot of boundaries other than you've got to kind of wait in line and that becomes its own thing. >> jimmy: we have a clip. this went on, as you said, three days. >> yeah. >> jimmy: which movie were you sleeping through? >> that was probably
>> jimmy: i don't know if there's an explosion or something -- there you go, you woke up. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: that seemed like fun. you do these crazy -- you did another thing where you told people where you were and asked them to come give you a ride. >> yeah. >> jimmy: then you just went with them. >> sounds crazy on paper. >> jimmy: sounds crazy verbally as well. [ laughter ] >> yeah, yeah. in most ways, yeah. but it really turns into something special, man. you know, people want to be a part of something. >> we started in colorado. we wound up in alaska. we hit every side of the nation. we went everywhere. >> jimmy: were people on their way to these places? or did people say, i want to take you to alaska? >> some people would quit their jobs ask and roll with you for three weeks. it started with the three of us like all the things we do. it wound up we had like 20 people rolling with us the louisiana week. until we got to canada and we had to lose a bunch of people
>> jimmy: were there people that you thought at some point, i got to get them off this trip, i can't spend another day in a car with this guy? >> no, no. it manages itself, you know. you'll never have to mouth up. the group manages s itself. you float, let people do their thing. >> jimmy: what are the other things you've done over the past year? >> we did a thing where we set up a telephone line where we asked people to call up and touch our souls. >> oh, yeah, right. you just took phone calls for a long time. >> five days, yeah. >> jimmy: for five days. [ laughter ] you have a lot of free time, it turns out. >> yeah, yeah. you get fired from a show then you float a little bit. >> jimmy: five days of phone calls. this is like the butterball turkey hotline right now. >> again, i know it sounds silly, but you know -- >> jimmy: did you learn anything tr during that time? taking all those phone calls? >> i'm enjoying myself. i find a lot of joy in it.
too. >> jimmy: do you remember any of them specifically? we still talk, yeah. you build communities. it doesn't go away, it doesn't die. you build groups. >> wow, that's something else. >> it's cool. >> jimmy: i know you love this kind of stuff. >> i do, i love it. >> jimmy: who do you do this with? >> nastia and luke, those are the people i collaborate with. >> jimmy: what do they get out of it? >> probably the same stuff i do. you go from self-examination to self-love to people love. then it's really joyful on the other side of these projects. >> jimmy: i love that stuff. i think it's very interesting. >> it is. >> jimmy: very creative. this is by the way your tenth appearance on this show. >> that's yes shaved, know what i mean? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the first time you were here, you were a kid. you were a teenager. and i got you a little something. we put something together special for you to celebrate. i know you just got married too. this can be kind of a -- this is the chemical rave plate
that's the first time. [ laughter ] july 2003. >> wow, man. >> jimmy: just over the years, you can just see us talking time and time again. >> wow, wow. >> jimmy: 2006. >> this is crazy, man. >> jimmy: who can forget 2008. do you remember that one? >> sure, of course. >> jimmy: and they go on and on and on. and they're really pretty much all the same. i'm just fatter and fatte but yeah, we don't have to go through all of them. this is something for you and your new bride. >> thank you, she'll never go for that, but that's very cool. >> jimmy: she won't go for that. [ laughter ] >> no way. that's where we cut the line. draw it off. >> jimmy: you were in alaska with strangers and she won't go for this? [ laughter ] >> yeah, that's rough. it's going to be tough to push through? you got married in las vegas? >> yeah, we did, yeah. >> jimmy: it was a real
>> no, no, no. my stuff's never trying to be tricky, you know. i'm really transparent. so yeah. we paid to get this wedding. with it came this live link. the live link somehow found its way to tmz. but that wasn't the goal? i see. >> but her dad saw it that way. >> jimmy: was he mad? he saw it on the internet? >> we had to have a talk for sure. >> jimmy: you didn't call him and say -- >> he was supposed to call but somehow -- >> jimmy: you were suppo >> he's an ice trucker, it's really tough -- >> jimmy: oh, no. >> might not be no more plates. >> jimmy: let's talk about this movie. this movie's really good. and very intense. your performance in it is -- well, i don't want to give anything away. i'm very careful about that kind of thing. people get mad at me. i'll let you explain. >> it's about a soldier who's
affected him. he's coming home, trying to make sense of what he's arrived in. >> jimmy: that's all you can say, really, about it. >> pretty much. >> jimmy: it's not what you expect it is. >> no, no. and calling it a war film feels like the wrong thing too. it's a people film. and it's a bit like "memento" and "coming home" and it's kind of a mind [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: it's a curse word. you'll hear a bleep at home [ laughter ] take a look at a clip from shia labeouf and "man down." >> we entered the first floor. cleared neutral as the first floor. then -- then went to the second floor. >> there was a room?
>> on the ground! on the ground! >> jimmy: that is called "man down." it opens in theaters december 2nd. very good to see you. i look forward to our next plate. shia labeouf, everybody. we'll be right back! place to stp and the best place to shop is kohl's black friday. shop black friday deals online all week long. $7.99 after rebate kitchen electrics. shop online for $24.99 boots sweaters just $19.99 $29.99 diamond and crystal earrings. and - stores open thursday at 6pm. plus only once a year everyone gets $15 kohl's cash for every $50 spent. the first place to stop and the best place to shop is kohl's black friday.
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dance and act but tonight we talk her new show "good girls revolt." all ten episodes available on amazon prime video. please say hello to anna camp! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: you just got married too, congratulations. >> i did, yes, thank you. two months. >> jimmy: your husband did you meet on "pitch perfect"? >> we did, yes. >> jimmy: did you have to invite the whole cast to the wedding? >> we didn't have to, but we did have a couple of people show up. >> jimmy: who did you decide not to invite? [ laughter ] >> um -- britney was a bridesmaid. >> jimmy: okay, all right. >> which was really great. >> jimmy: nice. it was awesome. liz banks came. she was there. >> jimmy: that's nice. >> it was great to have her. >> jimmy: did you all sing and to the whole thing at the
>> he actually sang, skyler actually wrote me a song. >> jimmy: he did, oh. >> yes. >> jimmy: this must be why he didn't invite me to the wedding. [ laughter ] >> maybe. you don't sing? >> jimmy: no, i enjoy watching grooms sing to the brides. >> you would have loved it, it's really, really amazing and beautiful. >> jimmy: doesn't he have friends who make fun of him for that kind of thing? >> there are a few. i love them. i take care of my man. >> jimmy: where did you go on the >> jimmy: nice. >> which was beautiful. >> jimmy: yes. >> absolutely stunning. >> jimmy: did you relax? sightseeing? >> we did a little bit of both. a lot of sightseeing. after a while i thought it would be great if we got a couples massage. >> jimmy: nice. >> getting cozy and relaxing and funny story. there was only one masseuse available at the place that we were staying at. i said, you go first, i'll take the next one. so he went in and about an hour later i came out to say how was it, was it great?
this wonderful woman, elena, did an amazing thing for him. so i went in. but first he said she uses a lot of oil, so please tell her not to use that much body oil on you. >> jimmy: oh. >> i said, okay. >> jimmy: this is headed a weird direction. [ laughter ] >> no, no. it gets weirder. >> jimmy: oh, good. >> a little bit, yeah. >> jimmy: okay, great. she take off my jacket? [ laughter ] >> maybe. actually, i would keep it on. >> jimmy: let me take off my shirt, kee we get in there. in america, as a woman, you're laying there, they normally cover this part of you with a sheet or something. >> jimmy: i know, yeah. >> as you do, as a woman, you know. >> jimmy: or a man with breasts. [ laughter ] >> a man with man boobs, yes. she doesn't, she removes the sheet. >> jimmy: it's italy, it's europe. >> right. so i kept saying, this is europe, embrace your body, everything is fine, get into it.
going to actually massage there. >> jimmy: oh. >> there's no way she would actually do that. so i'm like laying there. and i hear the oil start to go. she's getting ready. and boom! >> jimmy: oh, really. >> and then like -- boom! >> jimmy: really? >> oh, yeah, it's happening. it's happening. >> jimmy: wait. first there's a small boom. >> there's a little boom. >> jimmy: then there's a bigger boom? >> make contact. >> jimmy: wow. >> then they just get in there, yeah. i just let it happen. >> jimmy: wow! [ laughter ] >> i didn't know what to do, what do you say? do you stop? >> jimmy: you say boom, i don't know what you do. [ laughter ] >> so it ended. i think i said something like, can you please massage my feet? like over and over? >> jimmy: oh, really. >> the kicker though is that we came out and we both paid at one time. i got a discount. [ laughter ]
what? >> totally. got a discount. and i wanted to go, thank you? >> jimmy: either you got a discount or he had to pay a little extra for something. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> that's probably what happened, yes. >> jimmy: interrogation. wow, how about that. >> exciting times. >> what is "good girls revolt"? a stylish show set in the '60s, where this didn't happen, oil massages off each other back then. >> they did. the show is set in 1969. it takes place at "news of the week" which is like "newsweek." about the first sexual discrimination lawsuit filed. >> jimmy: the first one for real? >> yes. there wouldn't be female journalists if not for these women who stood up for themselves, stood up for their rights, said no to boob-touching. >> jimmy: is that what they did say no to? >> we deal with a little sexual
yeah. >> jimmy: that still goes to. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: allegedly, we hear that it still goes on. >> yeah. >> jimmy: all the time, yeah. is it fun to do a show like that where you're in a period, you're there in a different time frame? >> it's great. it's fantastic, yeah. "mad men" is one of my favorite shows of all-time. to go back into the day. they do a fantastic job with sets and hair and makeup. >> jimmy: do you wear the little hats ever on the show? >> i didn't. >> jimmy: you didn't, maybe next season that will be a fun thing. >> maybe, i will let them know. hopefully they will see this. >> jimmy: i was like -- in the '60s they wear the little hats. >> little tiny hats? >> jimmy: it looks like something a cupcake would come in, you know what i mean? >> very fancy. >> jimmy: now they use them for cupcakes. back then they would be for women and monkeys wore them too. >> i would love to wear one. >> jimmy: well, listen. you know what, if your writer --
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