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for ducis rodgers, cecily tynan, jim gardner, the entire "action news" team, i am r >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, tom cruise. from "mistresses," alyssa mylano. and music from boyz ii men. with cleto and the cletones. and now, right back at you, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. [ cheers and applause ] it's been a hot day.
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i've glad you've all cooled down and fired up. you picked the right night to be here. we have a big something for everyone tonight. each of our guests tonight has stood the test of time. alyssa mylano is here. boyz ii men is here. and a guy from that movie "cocktail," tom cruise will be here. [ cheers and applause ] or is tom cruise already here dressed in black and dangling from our ceiling? [ laughter ] no, he isn't. he is not. this is interesting. the university of illinois and arizona state teamed up for a study. they looked at statistics for the 47 most damaging hurricanes over the last 60 years in the united states. they found on average hurricanes with female names kill twice as many people. [ laughter ] for real. to figure out why they surveyed hundreds of people and figured out when a hurricane has a woman's name we take it less seriously, we don't prepare as well for it. [ laughter ] which is weird. either that or the female hurricanes are more destructive because they want to hang around and cuddle afterwards.
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i'm not sure. [ laughter ] isn't that interesting? my idea of giving them names like hurricane oh crap, here it comes. [ laughter ] or hurricane gary busey is a good name, too. so the message is don't be sexist or you will die. [ laughter ] apple made a big announcement yesterday. last week apple bought beats headphones for $3 billion. and guess what? they already lost it. yeah. they think they left it on the plane. yesterday at the worldwide developers conference in san francisco, this is an annual event where apple invites thousands of software developers to give them a look at the new stuff they're working on, they unveiled two new operating systems. one for the iphone called ios 8 and one for the mac called yosemite. ios 8 has a built-in app called health kit that monitors your heart rate, your weight, your sleep, and if you sit on it it can even give you a colonoscopy. [ laughter ] and they have a new thing called hand-off that allows to you make calls from your computer through your iphone. you can take and receive calls
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through your computer, which is a revolutionary way to annoy the people you share a ubic'll with at work. [ laughter ] the chief of software for apple a guy named craig federici did a demo of the feature yesterday. and he got some help from a very big name. >> i wanted to make a phone call to a new apple employee that's joining us. something we do from time to time. let me just bring up -- here we go. let's give him a wwc welcome. let's dial via my iphone. [ phone ringing ] i talk to people like him all the time of course. very normal for me. [ phone ringing ] >> hello. >> wow. hey. it's craig federici here. >> who? [ laughter ] >> hey, doctor. you're on speaker phone via my mac with over 6,000 amazing developers here at wwdc.
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we all want to welcome you to apple. [ cheers and applause ] >> who gave you this number? i was taking a nap. >> yeah. they have created some amazing apps. >> not apps, [ bleep ]. naps. every day after lunch i take a nap except when a stupid white [ bleep ] calls in the middle and [ bleep ] it up. >> well, dre', it's been great chatting with you. i'll see you around campus. [ dial tone ] >> all right. bye. [ cheers and applause ] >> they brought back the dial tone, too. how about is that? big news from the world of literature today. to a new book called "rebels city of indra" from kardashian sisters kylie and kendall jenner was released today. [ laughter ] that's right. kylie and kendall jenner wrote a book according to very loose definitions of the words "wrote" and "book." listen, i agreed to keep up with the kardashians. my contract said nothing about having to keep tabs on jenners
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too. [ laughter ] summer's almost here. it's happening again. seems to happen every year. a lot of kids are out of school already. and as soon as that kicks in, thousands of visitors from all over the world descend on our neighborhood here in hollywood. this is the time of year when hobos dressed as superheroes can rake in 30, sometimes $40 a day. it's also a time to play foreigner or not. my cousin sal, who i know is not a foreigner-s out on hollywood boulevard right now. [ cheers and applause ] >> thanks, jimmy. >> jimmy: bon giorno, sal. how are you? >> benes tardes, jaime. how are you? >> jimmy: we'll bring a pedestrian next to sal. they have been instructed not to speak. i will use my amazing powers of observation to guess based purely on their appearance whether that person is a foreigner or not. i'm very good at this. i get like 30%, 40% of them right. bring in our first contestant. >> you will do great. come on in. >> jimmy: all right.
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okay. very attractive young lady. wow, i'm already confused. let's take a look at her shoes. because i think those -- oh, boy. i've not seen shoes like that before. she shaves her legs. so that rules out a lot of countries. would you mind lifting your hands up over your head for a second? all right. well, i'll guess foreigner then. where are you from? >> i'm from russia. from moscow. >> jimmy: oh, well, welcome. don't go back. stay here. we're going to give you a nice gift. an american apple pie for your trouble. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] all right. that's nice. let's see. do we have another one there, sal? >> sure. >> jimmy: okay. i can't ask you what your name is because you will reveal where you are from. okay. i'm thinking foreigner just to start. but let's see the shoes. the shoes are usually -- oh. looks like nikes. that could be anything. yeah.
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okay. his shorts are of an unusual length. and they're cuffed, which makes me suspicious. but i'm going to say -- i'm going to say not. i'm going to say -- no. i'm going to say foreigner. >> show him your flag. >> jimmy: he is indeed a foreigner! [ cheers and applause ] >> congratulations. >> thanks so much. >> jimmy: are you here on vacation? >> i am indeed, yeah. >> jimmy: you having fun so far? >> yes. it's good. first time in l.a. so yeah, it's cool. >> jimmy: first time in l.a. what have you been doing so far? >> just been up and down the walk of fame and done a bit of a tour around the celeb houses, saw the big walls and their houses. >> jimmy: you know, those celebrity house tours, there are no celebrities living in those homes. >> that's what i thought. it's just basically a wall and like there's some -- >> i'll give you jimmy's address afterwards. >> thank you. >> jimmy: all right. well, sal, give him a pie. we'll check back in with sal and we'll keep playing. it's a fun game, right? [ applause ]
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fun for me. by the way, i don't know if you heard about this. the owner of the los angeles clippers, donald sterling, has another lawsuit on his hands. a woman named mico maya king is suing donald sterling. she claims they were in a romantic relationship from 2005 to 2011. you can sue for that? i wish i had known. anyway, king says that during that time sterling subjected her to a steady stream of "racially and sexually offensive comments." which the man is 80 years old. he hasn't had a steady stream in many years. [ laughter ] but this woman claims after she and sterling split up she became his personal assistant. she was paid $10,000 a month for that. and she got a $100,000 bonus if she would have sex with him. and now after accepting that money for six years she is suing him for pain and -- and guess who her lawyer is. that's right. gloria allred. like a rat scuttling into a fresh heap of rotten fruit,
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gloria allred is finally in the middle of this. donald sterling, he hasn't been lying low. he went to an african-american church on sunday. and on saturday they got him on video for "access hollywood." >> mr. sterling, you are not a racist, right? >> jimmy: i think yes? yes? is yes the answer? i say we throw donald sterling into a lake. if he sinks he's a racist. if he floats he's a potato. either way it's -- [ cheers and applause ] this story is causing quite a stir online. a woman, her name is shonah carter brooks, lives in jackson, tennessee, she got married last weekend. she accessorized her wedding dress. have you seen this? in a very unique way. she attached her 1-month-old daughter to the train. the baby was her something new. [ laughter ] and a lot of people on facebook awéqe6t=g the bride said she did nothing wrong. the truth is those long ruffled trains do attract babies.
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there's not much you can do about it. the baby wasn't harmed. she didn't drag her daughter down the aisle. it just looks like she did. in fact, everything was fine until the reception when she did the gangnam style dance and the kid went flying. that wasn't the worst thing. after the wedding i don't know what happened here. but if you look at the back of their car it's -- that to me is unacceptable. let's go back to my cousin sal for another round of foreigner or not. sal, okay. here we go. all right. okay. so you are our next participant. and we've had two foreigners so far, which leads me to believe that you are an american based on the way they stack these things for me. but i'm not sure that you are an american. you look like you might have some nordic background. looks like you might be from a cold country, perhaps. okay. we know you speak english now. so i am going to say not american.
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>> wow. good guess. >> i'm from ireland. >> jimmy: oh, you're from ireland. >> yeah. [ applause ] >> jimmy: in other words, every guess i made was wrong. well, welcome. welcome. what part of ireland are you from? >> i'm from the north of ireland. >> jimmy: the north of ireland. from northern ireland? >> yeah. >> is that a real part? >> well, i say i'm irish. >> jimmy: you're irish. you're not just doing a fake accent. you're really irish? >> no, no, i'm really irish. >> jimmy: enjoy a delicious american apple pie. have you had apple pie before? >> yes, i have. >> jimmy: all right. well, have another one. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you. we'll go back to sal. this is somewhat ingenious. an engineer got tired of playing fetch, i guess. so he built a contraption to play fetch for him and then he taught his dog how to use it. now, you'll see here the dog
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loads his ball into the contraption. and then he fires the ball into the yard. he fetches the ball. he brings it back, puts it back into the contraption. and he does it again. [ applause ] it's the greatest thing ever, right? it's a dog-a-pult is what it is. by the way, his owner's been dead for two years. all right. one more round of foreigner or not out on hollywood boulevard. we have somebody standing by. >> sure. come on. >> jimmy: we've had three consecutive foreigners. wow. now this guy looks like a foreigner to me also. but he could also be a stylish american. all right. okay. so i am not sure if he can hear me or not. do you mind just doing a little
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spin for us? oh no, wait, i'll see your flag if you do that. let me see the shoes if i could. okay. all right. oh, i have never seen that brand before. okay. all right. i'm going to say -- yeah, skinny, skinny jeans. i'm going with foreigner. >> oh, jimmy. >> jimmy: american. where do you get a pair of encore sneakers? >> melrose avenue. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> i'm from massachusetts. >> jimmy: all right. that is in america. all right. >> take two pies. you're wasting away. >> jimmy: yeah, put on a pair of fat jeans. all right. we have a great show tonight. alyssa milano is here. we have music from boyz ii men. and we'll be right back with tom cruise. stick around! [ cheers and applause ] two medium cappuccinos! let's show 'em what a breakfast with whole grain fiber can do. one coffee with room, one large mocha latte,
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, guys. tonight on the program, she has a show called "mistresses" that airs monday nights here on abc, alyssa milano is here with us. and she's very pregnant. and then this is their new cd. it's called "collide." it comes out september 30th.
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boyz ii men from the at&t stage. we have two new shows for you on thursday night. on thursday in primetime our first "jimmy kimmel live nba game night special" of the year with martin lawrence it airs at 8:00 in the east, 7:00 central, after game one on the west coast. i know you'll never remember any of this. then join us at our regular time with 50 cent, jenny slate, and one republic after that. if you look up "movie star" in the dictionary you'll get a very boring definition. so instead, you can gaze upon our first guest and take it all in. his movies have grossed more than $7 billion. his newest is the sci-fi thriller "edge of tomorrow." it opens in theaters friday. please welcome tom cruise! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] it's very good to see you. you exercise, don't you? i can tell. >> not much. >> jimmy: you're very solid. very solid. today what did you do the first thing you woke up this morning? what did you do? >> brushed my teeth. >> jimmy: okay. just like regular people. stars really are like -- >> got to floss. got to do the whole thing. get it over with. >> jimmy: do you shave yourself or do you have a team that does that? >> no, i have people that do that. >> jimmy: that's nice. >> if you ever need help. >> jimmy: i might need a little bit of help. you know what's weird -- >> they shave me. then i go in and they dress me. >> jimmy: they do. that's very, very nice. >> they don't do that for you? >> jimmy: next time you're here maybe we'll shave together. i think that would be a great thing. >> okay. that's a joke. you have to say that nowadays. >> jimmy: your co-star emily blunt was here two weeks ago.
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and she told me that -- >> she is great. >> jimmy: -- you came up with a plan to have three movie premieres in three countries in one day. >> no, what happened warner brothers and the gang -- >> jimmy: oh, that was their -- >> and i called emily and i said look, i'll do it. are you okay? she just had a baby and everything. do you want to do it? she said sure, she would do it. so we did three in one day. >> jimmy: three in one day. let's see. started in london, 7:00 a.m. >> yeah. >> jimmy: who comes to a movie at 7:00 a.m.? >> i didn't know if anyone was going to show up. there was a premiere. people came. >> jimmy: and they did. paris at 2:00 p.m. new york at 10:00 p.m. and you flew southwest, coach. >> yeah, exactly. a very good airline. >> jimmy: can you even, can you even focus, can you make sense of what you're saying? >> you know, i thought i was. i thought i was. but by the time we got to new york, i'm not responsible for
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what i said in that last premiere. i don't know what i said. my lips were numb. and i thought, you know, i'm still talking here. am i talking or -- >> jimmy: you are talking. i see words and -- you are making sense. >> it's not just in my mind? >> jimmy: we're here on the show right now, tom. >> where am i? >> jimmy: you're in california. >> i forgot. >> jimmy: how many hours a night do you sleep? is it more than two? >> you always want more. i sleep a few hours a night. >> jimmy: is that right? >> it depends. sometimes -- yeah. sometimes more, sometimes less. >> jimmy: when i hear about the things you're doing and i see how rugged you are and how many -- it always makes me feel bad about myself. it really does. it makes me feel like i'm not squeezing the bar rag as hard as you are. do you remember the first time you went on a world tour for a film where they sent you around to other countries to promote it? >> yeah. it was amazing. >> jimmy: movie was it for? >> "top gun." >> jimmy: "top gun." oh, wow. [ cheers and applause ] do you remember where you went?
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>> we traveled all over the world. and italy, paris, japan. i always wanted to travel foreign, and it was amazing. >> jimmy: would you stay there for three hours and then move on? >> in the beginning it took four months this tour. >> jimmy: really? >> we used to do these tours, foreign, it took months. you'd spend weeks in one place. which i loved spending that time. but i was working, we were editing -- you know, scorsese was editing "color of money." there was an early draft of "rain man." and i was there in paris. i thought i want to make movies. that's when i kind of came up with the idea of doing a country -- and i thought we'd do a country in a couple of days, you know. i like premieres. i like when i saw the old photos of of the grauman's mann's, grauman's chinese wonderful premieres. i came up with the idea of let's have premieres in different countries and do it that way. >> jimmy: you started that. >> yeah, came up with that.
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it took me a few years to get it going. >> jimmy: wow. so all these other actors must want to kill you. wow. >> you know, i never thought of it that way. >> jimmy: you know, we were talking about "top gun" in the office today. it's interesting, that's the movie you went on your first world tour. do you know how much "top gun" grossed the first weekend it opened? i looked it up on imdb today. i assume it's right. $2 million. >> it was 1.9. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and somehow -- >> i know. movies used to play for a year in the theaters. you'd release a movie and it would just play and play. now you've got an afternoon. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's like an afternoon. and that's it. >> jimmy: ultimately it made $350 million or something insane like that, but it turns out that big tour you did was really for nothing. it was a complete waste of time. but i hope you had fun. >> i did. i had a great time. i'll never forget. paris was amazing. >> jimmy: i have a quote from
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your friend will smith. he said "when i did i am legend i sent tom the script. he sent me back four hours of changes." is that true? >> we help each other. you know? friends will send me scripts. i send them stuff. we kind of go back and forth. whether they listen to it or not i don't know. >> jimmy: you give it that much thought. >> if someone asks me my opinion and wants to know i'll go through it for them and try to help them and give my own viewpoint. >> jimmy: can we go through my monologue for tomorrow? >> yeah, sure. >> jimmy: word for word. >> i'll probably read it and go -- >> jimmy: did will take notes? if you give me four hours of notes i would feel compelled to take all of them. i really would. >> i don't know. i don't know. >> jimmy: i heard also you watch a movie every day. >> yeah, try to watch a film every day. >> jimmy: for fun? >> i love it. i love movies. i grew up watching movies. >> jimmy: will you watch one later? or have you already watched -- >> i haven't decided.
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i will watch scenes of films the way some people will listen to just like tracks of music. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you'll have something cued up? >> i'll go and just pull up scenes just to look at how they shot it. >> jimmy: what kind of scenes in particular? >> well any kind of scene. the opening monologue of "patton" or the scene between brando and pacino. or any kind of movie. there's just different movies where i look at it and just kind of admire the structure of the scene and the performance. but i'll watch a movie a day. i'll watch most of the films that come out. all over the world. i try to watch a lot of those films. and he then i'll go back and look at -- you know. >> jimmy: so when you give notes, you know what's going on. you know what you're talking about. >> yeah. whether they listen or not. >> jimmy: what movie have you watched the most frequently? >> that's hard. because i don't know which one. because there are so many. you know, i'll go all the way back to buster keaton, charlie chaplin, lloyd, all that. i just love movies. >> jimmy: well, this new movie i thought was fantastic. there's a theme there of over and over again which we'll talk about in a moment. >> that's right.
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that's what the premieres are about. it was in the theme of the movie. >> jimmy: i see. >> let's do three premieres, in the theme of the film. >> jimmy: i got you. >> i'm a little slow still. like i missed my cue on that. >> jimmy: don't worry, i'm slow too. tom cruise is here. i know that for a fact. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] delta touch2o technology for your kitchen and bathroom. precisely in tune with every touch. see what delta can do. introducing nespresso vertuoline. now coffee becomes an experience like nothing you've ever had before.
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♪ stop. wait. wait, wait, wait. stop. wait, wait a second. wait a second. wait a second. i've been thinking. i mean, this thing's in my blood. so maybe there's some way i can transfer it to you. >> i've tried everything. it doesn't work. >> have you -- you know, tried all of the options? >> oh, you mean sex? yeah. tried it. >> how many times? >> all right. >> jimmy: tom cruise. emily blunt. and "edge of tomorrow." [ cheers and applause ] >> it's worth asking. you've got to ask. >> jimmy: i loved the movie. i thought it was great. i think it's going to be a huge, huge hit. maybe you'll even watch it one night by yourself.
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so the idea of the movie is similar, people keep mentioning "groundhog day" because there is a similarity to that movie. you had to shoot the scenes over and over again in a slightly different way each time. >> each time. >> jimmy: so in a way it's like you were living the plot of the movie. >> kind of like a video game. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's a hard film to describe to people. you've just got to experience it. >> jimmy: that's a good way of putting it. it's like playing donkey kong. >> yeah. you can see from that scene, you're going to different levels. >> jimmy: yeah. you're doing the same thing and you hopefully will get to the next level. >> and she's training me and she just crushes me in the film. she's training me there and i'm trying to give her the -- give her the power at that point. >> jimmy: right, yeah. >> she didn't accept it. >> jimmy: very gentlemanly. you were wearing -- >> i play wile e. coyote in the film. >> jimmy: -- these big heavy costumes. >> yeah. >> jimmy: why were you wearing
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big heavy costumes? couldn't they make that out of plastic? >> can't figure that out. >> jimmy: that would have been my first demand. >> when i got it on i was like, there was no way to make it any lighter. it was plastic. >> jimmy: it was? >> yes. >> jimmy: what kind of plastic is that? >> that was my first question. but i didn't tell anyone because blunt hadn't showed up yet. she trained three months for it. i knew it was going to be challenging. it just looks cool on film. but we've got to act in this stuff. so i asked all those questions. immediately. and i'd never told her how heavy the suit was. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> i made sure i was there the first day that she tried it on when she was doing her stunts. >> jimmy: and what was her reaction? >> she cried. she cried. i was standing there -- all the stunt guys left and she cried. you know, i'm friends with her husband, john. i'm going, like her first stunt film, doing it. just looked at her. what do you say at that moment? i just looked at her, i thought, i just have to try to make her laugh. so i just was very serious. i said, don't be such a wuss. and she just stopped for a second.
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looked at me like, you're not giving me any -- just burst out laughing. >> jimmy: that's one of those things that when you're doing it it's hard for other people to complain about it. that's why you ruin everything for everyone. >> no one was allowed to complain about it. >> jimmy: do you actually like it or are you secretly going oh, this is terrible but i'm just going to try to be positive and motor through it? >> you know, i like -- i enjoyed it. and i feel like i've got to power through it, motor through it. but you have to enjoy the challenge of it. to be able to act. and when you see there's physical comedy that we have in this film, and it's enormously entertaining. and to figure out what we can do, and it's something you don't see today. it was worth it. you know, there was one time, emily was constantly -- you know, we had this deal, nobody's allowed to complain about the suit. of course after the film everyone said they complained about it. >> jimmy: not to you. >> not to me. not in front of me. no problem.
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i don't want to hear it. but yeah. so there was a time we were on the drop ship. there's this cool drop ship in the film. and she's just like this is hard, this is hard. and we were just in this -- we were like sardines in this can. and i just said, it's a challenge. it's a challenge. >> jimmy: that's all you would give. >> that's all i gave. but she took that as a victory. she's like i got you. >> jimmy: do you have the same philosophy with your children? no complaining? or at least dad doesn't get to hear it? >> no. >> jimmy: complaining is allowed at home. >> whatever. >> jimmy: whatever happened, it was worth it for us. because it came out really great. and i hope that tonight when you go home and click on a tyler perry movie or whatever -- or whatever you will watch tonight you will take some satisfaction in that. tom cruise, everybody. the movie is called "edge of tomorrow." it opens friday. we'll be right back with alyssa mylano and boyz ii men. [ cheers and applause ] >> the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by
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i don't know. the shoe thing is not so reliable anymore. the purse looks kind of regular. the dress could be american. i don't -- okay. i'm going to -- okay. she speaks english. so that is going to be -- i am going to say not. >> show the flag. >> you're right. i'm brazilian. >> jimmy: oh. >> world cup. >> go brazil! >> jimmy: and of course by right you mean wrong. >> oh. >> jimmy: what is your name? >> denise. >> jimmy: oh. you've got the world cup coming there, right? >> exactly. and we're going to win it. >> jimmy: good luck to you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: we have a special gift for you. it's an apple pie. >> i'm going to eat the whole thing. >> jimmy: eat the whole thing. we'll be right back with alyssa milano. the lowest price
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please welcome alyssa milano. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. hello! >> jimmy: hello. >> wait. i have to try to get comfortable. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. what happened? you got pregnant? >> it's a big dinner. had a big dinner. that was it. >> jimmy: you've got to take it easy. i mean, that hometown buffet -- >> got to lay off the carbs. >> jimmy: you look great. >> thank you. >> jimmy: congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: i meant on the kings getting in the stanley cup. >> so did i. >> jimmy: i know you're a rabid los angeles kings fan. >> yeah. i'm very excited. >> jimmy: you speak about it a lot on twitter. you're very, very excited. >> i'm very excited, yeah. >> jimmy: maybe too excited even. >> some might say too excited. perhaps. >> jimmy: are you more excited about the baby or the team? >> well, right now? >> jimmy: yeah. >> well, the baby's far away.
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i've got some time. right now i'm pretty excited about the kings. >> jimmy: is your family into the kings? >> yeah, we've been a big hockey family forever. >> jimmy: you have. >> this is going to be a tough series because i have the new york family that are the rangers fans. >> jimmy: oh. ooh. >> i know. i'm really -- i'm torn about it, actually. it makes me a little sick. >> jimmy: are you guys fighting about it? >> well, not yet. >> jimmy: not yet. you will be, yeah. >> i think so. and we're italian. so it's like -- it's the elephant in the room right now. nobody's really talking about it. >> jimmy: hair will be pulled. >> and then we won't talk to each other for like ten years. it will be a disaster. >> jimmy: that seems extreme. but you have to do what you have to do. now, this is a real thing in your house. this is not a setup. this is not especially for the playoffs. this exists at all times in your home. this is a little shrine to the kings. >> okay. >> jimmy: tell us what we have there. >> this is my bob miller
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autographed picture. he's the kings' announcer. this is my kopistar stress ball. get it? this is my luc robitaille rookie card. this is some weird gretzky giveaway thing they did in the '90s. it's like some weird -- >> jimmy: tiny legs wayne? >> a body pillow maybe you're supposed to cuddle with. my kopitar bobblehead. >> jimmy: what's with all the money? >> that's offerings to the hockey gods. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: don't the hockey gods only accept canadian money? >> well, i have some canadian money in there. there's a canadian $5 bill. right there. >> jimmy: you better put more than that canadian in there. this is a very big series. so is your husband, is he okay with all this stuff? >> yeah, he's okay. he likes it. i think that's why he married me. >> jimmy: you're superstitious as well. typically a lot of guys are superstitious, and i'm like this to a certain extent. >> i think all sports fans are, right? >> jimmy: i don't know too many women that do this sort of thing. >> maybe they don't admit it. but come on.
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>> jimmy: what are your superstitions? what will you -- >> my husband has to wear a specific sweatshirt and hat. i make him wear it. he's not superstitious. >> jimmy: i see. >> you know, and then just the shrine. i have to light candles and do all that. >> jimmy: good. >> is that weird? >> jimmy: it's a little bit weird, yeah. it's not bad, but it is weird, definitely. >> a little weird. >> jimmy: you feel the team will do poorly if you don't obey these rituals or whatever you want to call them? >> yeah. no, they do do poorly if i don't obey the rituals. it's not a question. >> jimmy: but if you do everything right sometimes, the team doesn't win. true? >> yeah. but then there's always something off that i can find. like, you know. >> jimmy: i see. >> some little thing that i forgot. >> jimmy: do you think this is related to being a sports fan or to having obsessive compulsive disorder? >> it might be a little bit of both.
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>> jimmy: i'd love to see if god forbid the kings lose during the post-game press conference the coach goes you know, if alyssa milano's husband wore the right sweatshirt maybe we wouldn't be in this fix right now. how old is your son now? >> he's 2 1/2. >> jimmy: does he participate? he's not interested, is he? >> no, he really likes hockey. but he's at this age now where if we cheer too loud he just starts crying. you can't contain your enthusiasm when you're watching hockey. not like baseball, where you can not like baseball, where you can not like baseball, where you can go -- you know, you have to scream when they score a goal. and so he starts crying. but he understands it's a happy moment. so he does this like crying and cheering at the same time. he'll be like -- go kings, go. go, kings, go! it's the sweetest thing ever. and we just look at him like, you know, at some point you're going to have to get over this. you don't even try to be quiet. >> jimmy: some guys never get over it. how is your pregnancy going for the second time? is it better? worse? the same?
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>> you know, it's not as -- it's not as romantic. >> jimmy: really? >> yes. like the first time you have all of this -- these sort of romantic views of what it's going to be like and you're a little bit more paranoid because you're checking everything on the internet. this time it's kind of like, you know, i have this 2 1/2-year-old who my focus is still on. and everything's a lot more realistic. >> jimmy: i see. you realize you're kind of a delivery system in a way. >> yes. an incubator. like the vessel. >> jimmy: a nesting egg. >> yeah. the other thing is because it's my second i'm sure any woman can relate to this. you get so big so fast with your second. like i'm going to need help getting out of this chair. >> jimmy: i will give you a good tilt on the way out. on your show, which your show's shooting right now, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's airing and shooting at the same time. "mistresses." >> yes. >> jimmy: your character's not pregnant. >> correct. >> jimmy: so how do you -- what, do they have you buried up to your neck?
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>> basically, yeah. you'll see as you watch the season progress, first they started with purses that were like normal size purses and i'd carry those around, and then the purses got like bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger. and then like on the table if i was behind a table there would be like a fruit bowl. and in the beginning of the season it was like filled with apples. and now it's like all melons. like, the fruit got bigger. like who has melons, like a bowl of melons on their kitchen counter? >> jimmy: well, if you want to see alyssa and her melons, the show is called "mistresses." it airs monday nights at 10:00 here on abc. congratulations. i hope it goes great. alyssa milano. we'll be right back with boyz ii men. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world.
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thanks to alyssa milano. apologies to matt damon. we ran out of time. "nightline" is next. but first, their album is called "collide." it comes out september 30th. here with the song "diamond eyes," boyz ii men! >> l.a., how y'all doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] i said how y'all doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ when we were young our hearts were strong ♪ ♪ and they beat as one till the day had come when i thought that you were gone ♪
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♪ then the sun broke and our bodies unfroze it turned us both gold ♪ ♪ your diamond eyes glowed when we were young ♪
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♪ our hearts were strong ♪ and they beat as one ♪ till the day had come ♪ and i thought that you were gone ♪ ♪ and then the sun broke ♪ our bodies unfroze ♪ and it turned us both gold ♪ your diamond eyes glowed ♪ i would search the near and far drag the seas and mine the dark ♪ ♪ search through every place i think you are ♪ ♪ i would search the near and
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far drag the seas and mine the dark ♪ ♪ never losing hope that you'd be found ♪ ♪ and then the sun broke ♪ and our bodies unfroze ♪ ♪ and then it ♪ and then it ♪ it turns us both gold ♪ your diamond eyes glowed
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♪ your diamond eyes glowed ♪ ♪
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this is "nightline." tonight -- >> we have two officers down. >> murdering cops at point blank range was just the beginning. >> it was a revolution and he had just killed two cops. >> this killer couple wanted to start a revolution. as we go on air, new details about the shooting spree that left three innocent people dead. their shocking message -- >> where are you going, where are you coming from. >> and how the wife finished it all. plus, second chance for a first lady. >> we came out of the white house not only dead broke but in debt. >> now does hillary clinton want back in? she sits down with our diane sauer for an exclusive interview. and nothing's off limits. >> monica lewinsky. >> hm.

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