look at billy joe's face, yeah, kid, you're doing it. saw this video, loved it, thought we need to track this kid down, so "right this from chicago. >> i feel like i should throw underwear or something at you. >> thomas, tell me about this moment. this had to be just a crowning moment of your life so far. >> honestly, best moment of my life. before the concert i was telling literally all my friends i would try and get on stage and do exactly that. it felt like a dream. >> any moment of stage fright? >> five seconds where he handed me the guitar, oh, boy, but as soon as i saw the monitor on, this is magical, i'm in my bedroom, like you said, i've been practicing for years. >> he ended his song with a true rock star moment. >> i didn't know if i was going to make it. stage is pretty high and that was a pretty long jump. i just flew. i was so surprised i made it. it's just insane. i was the last person out of the venue. everyone wanted selfie or high five. >> did you get back stage or anything? >> no, i didn't. i did what i tremt of doing.
. >> yes, on november 8th, you, joe blow, steve blow, bob blow, billy blow, billy bob blow, all the blows. get to go and blow up the whole [ bleep ] system. because it's your right. >> reporter: but it's a protest vote moore argues we'd regret. >> so when the rightfully angry people of ohio and pennsylvania and wisconsin find out after a few months in office that president trump wasn't going to do a damn thing for them, it will be too late. >> reporter: i was surprised to discover just how deeply moore's views over the years clashed with clinton's. >> you were never a hillary supporter. even through the primary. >> right. no, no, i didn't vote for her in '08, i voted for obama. >> thank you all very much! >> this year i voted for bernie. i didn't vote for bill clinton. back in the '90s. conservative democrat. i've never been a fan of them politically. but i've always admired and respected them as people. as human beings. >> universal coverage now -- >> reporter: he says he grew to admire the former first lady's passion for universal health care. the topic of moore's own 2007 film "sicko."
>> i know you could. >> joe butt. jane pauley went to indiana. she did okay. where'd you go to school? >> i went to northwestern. >> northwestern? what the [ bleep ] are you doing here? >> didn't work out. >> i guess. >> jimmy: "goliath" premieres october 14th on amazon. please say hello to billy bob thornton! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: thanks for coming. by the way -- >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: the show is really good. i watched it and i thought, oh, in a way it's a burden for me because there are now too many good shows for me to keep up with. and i watch it, there we go, i have another one on my schedule. coming out next year. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: good, i'm looking forward to that. how are you doing? >> i'm good. >> jimmy: is this the first time you've played a billy in a movie? or a tv show i guess. or anything. >> i guess so. i think it is. it's in my contract now. >> jimmy: is it now? >> yeah. from now on i have to be billy in everything. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it makes it less confusing. >> it does. >> jimmy: i'm distracted by a big p
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